Last week, I was visited by a friend from Washington DC who has good contacts in the intelligence community. As good, old friends, we talked about many things. The most interesting topic, however, was North Korea, the drills and the greatest leader of all times, Kim Jong-un. No, the Supreme Leader is not a problem. If Washington asks China to solve the problem, he will be removed within hours. However, my friend added, the problem is that for the past two years the Americans, the Chinese and other interested parties, are looking to find a replacement, but they cannot. Even a temporary substitute. Kim Jong-un obviously did a very good job by vanishing from the face of the earth any possible potential successor. However, it seems that the Supreme Leader has transgressed all red lines possible and his finale is rather imminent. Regardless of replacement.