Kim Jong-Un’s Sister Swapped Pen Provided For Signing The Agreement, & Then THIS Happened (Photos)

North Korea’s government put on a display of what could be germaphobia, paranoia or a grounded fear of snooping as an aide carefully swabbed a pen before Kim Jong-un signed a joint statement in Singapore.

North Korea’s government put on a display of what could be germaphobia, paranoia or a grounded fear of snooping as an aide carefully swabbed a pen before Kim Jong-un signed a joint statement in Singapore.

In the moments before Kim sat down with President Donald Trump to ink a joint statement after the first meeting between leaders of the two countries, a male security aide wearing white gloves grabbed the black pen laid out for Kim’s use.

As the world watched at around 2 am New York time, a member of Kim’s security team swabbed the instrument repeatedly with a white cloth of some kind.

Then, when Kim and Trump entered the room, Kim’s sister, Kim Yo-jong, reached in front of her brother and provided him with a different pen that she took from a pocket in her jacket.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (R) and North Korean leader’s sister Kim Yo Jong (L) look on as US President Donald J. Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un sign a document during their historic DPRK-US summit, at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa Island, Singapore, 12June 2018.

The pen assigned for use by North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un, but was left unused after a different pen was provided for Kim, is seen following a signing ceremony with US President Donald Trump during their historic US-North Korea summit, at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa island in Singapore on June 12, 2018.

‘They are extremely careful about making sure that nobody gets any biological samples of him,’ said Pike.

‘Kim even reportedly travels with a portable toilet to prevent foreigners from getting hold of a stool sample that might reveal information about him.

Having reportedly murdered his uncle and banished political rivals to work camps, Kim also must take care to avoid threats to his own security.

 

At 30, Kim’s sister is a trusted advisor, and traveled to North Korea to represent the regime at the Olympics.

Kim’s care for his own personal security is also revealed in the retinue of armedbody guards who travel with him.

They formed a phalanx around him in Singapore and have been pictured surrounding his armored Mercedes limousine.