North Korea May Come to Russia’s Rescue With 100,000 Soldiers For Ukraine War

The increasingly desperate dictatorship of Russian tyrant Vladimir Putin is mulling seeking 100,000 heavily armed troops from North Korea to overwhelm Ukraine.

War Gone Terribly Awry For Russia

Ukraine managed to destroy at least one-third to up to one-half of the entire original Russian invasion force of 200,000 that Putin sent in on February 24.

Therefore, Putin has been going for covert mobilization and recruiting mercenaries, Syrian Arabs, and prisoners as cannon fodder to supposedly overwhelm Ukrainian defenders, so far to no avail.

In spite of gaining territory at a small pace, Russians have been struggling to make any kind of a breakthrough.

Putin’s commanders have been forced to move much of their remaining troops from the main focus of attack in the Donbas region to the southern regions of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia.

Here, Ukrainians have been gaining traction and gearing for a massive counter-offensive.

Russia Won’t Be Ashamed to Get Aid From North Korea

North Korea, an isolated communist totalitarian monarchy, is one of the most heavily militarized nations in the world.

Reports in Russian media cited by The Daily Mail now claim the Putin dictatorship is seriously mulling asking North Korea’s no less murderous dictator, Kim Jong-un, to come to Russia’s rescue by providing 100,000 heavily armed “volunteer” troops.

In exchange, Russia would provide the permanently starved North Korean regime with energy resources and grain.

According to the Russian news agency Regnum, the North Korean dictatorship told Moscow through “diplomatic channels” that it’s prepared to give Russia a “vast fighting force” to tip the scales in Putin’s favor in the Ukraine war.

The report by the pro-Kremlin agency claims the potential force of North Korean troops would be sent to the two Moscow proxy statelets – the Donetsk People’s Republic and the Luhansk People’s Republic – in the Donbas region.

Reservist Col. Igor Korotchenko, a Russian military expert known for his rabid pro-Kremlin propaganda, told a state TV channel that Moscow should readily accept the hand that’s been extended by North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

Korotchenko, who is also the editor-in-chief of a program called National Defense Journal on the Russia 1 channel, praised the North Korean fighters who may come to Putin’s aid.

He also praised the quality of North Korean-made artillery systems and multiple rocket launchers.

According to the Putin propagandist, by providing hundreds of thousands of troops to Russia to fight in Ukraine, North Korea would be fulfilling its “international duty.”

It would be fighting “fascism” – as the Moscow dictatorship, which is itself a fascist-communist state, has been falsely declaring the population of Ukraine to be “Nazis.”

When Putin attacked Ukraine back on February 24, North Korea was one of only five countries that voted in favor of Russia on a UN resolution to denounce the invasion.

North Korea is the third country – after Russia and the Russian client regime in Syria – to recognize the Russian proxy statelets in Ukraine as independent states.

This article appeared in BeyondNews and has been published here with permission.