North Korea Cultivating Marijuana To Fuel Military Drones


As per government insiders in North Korea, Kim Jong-un is developing cannabis plants to use as fuel for military automatons. 

Experts in North Korea have requested nationals to develop cannabis plants, revealing to them that hemp oil can be utilized to make cooking fixings. 

Be that as it may, insiders guarantee that the genuine explanation behind the large scale manufacturing of the plant is to set up the item as fuel for military utilize. 

A source in North Hamgyong Territory revealed to RFA cannabis plants are being utilized mostly to meet focuses for cooking oil creation.

Upi.com reports:

“But basically the purpose of planting cannabis is to extract fuel for drones,” the source said.
The source added it is not clear why state authorities are choosing to use hemp oil, possibly mixed with linseed oil, in order to provide fuel for unmanned aerial vehicles.
In April, Chinese state media reported several fueling stations in Pyongyang had been shut down and the price of gasoline had nearly doubled.
RFA’s source did not say whether the decision was the result of tighter sanctions against the Kim Jong Un regime, because of its avowed refusal to denuclearize.
The order to replace soybean fields with marijuana plots came in March, a source in Yanggang Province said.
“The order was for each member of the North Korean Women’s Alliance to plant 33 square meters of marijuana,” the source said.
The state organization claimed the hemp oil made for better cooking oil than soybean substitutes, because “it has a lot of fat.”
Farmers were told they could produce 22 pounds of cooking oil and 22 pounds of animal feed from 33 square meters of marijuana, according to the report.

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