North Korea

North Korea Claims Frightening New Missile Technology Is Imminent

Kim Jong Un and his rogue nation of North Korea certainly seem hellbent on hitting the United States with a nuclear-tipped missile, despite majorly embarrassing failures during the early part of 2017.

The bizarre tyrant has been defying international decorum and the threat of further sanctions to continuously test short and medium range ballistic missiles, although, a great many of these attempts have been the victim of premature payload expulsions.  In layman’s terms, the things blew up before they even got to altitude.  These failures haven’t deterred the diminutive dictator from threatening the United States with total annihilation, however, and his latest claims are more of the same.

“North Korea says it is ‘not far away’ from test-firing an intercontinental ballistic missile that could strike the United States.

“’U.S. President Donald Trump has said the world will never see North Korea reach the final stage of developing nuclear weapons that could reach the U.S.,’ the state-run Korean Central News Agency said, citing a commentary in the Rodong Sinmun newspaper, according to Bloomberg News.

“‘But recent strategic weapon tests have proved the country is “not far away” from testing an ICBM.’

“The commentary said the end of the U.S.’s policies against North Korea are ‘near reality.’

“A report last week said North Korea launched multiple land-to-ship missiles.”

North Korea is believed to employ the world’s 4th largest army, thanks in no small part to mandatory military service of its citizens, but a land war with the United States is something that even the most foolish of military strategists would advice against.  After all, America not only possesses the most powerful army on the planet, but we are also blessed with the power of the 2nd Amendment which has armed a great many citizens as well.

While Kim’s latest threats have yet to be determined plausible, the time for action against North Korea is certainly not moving farther into the future by any means.  The nation’s human rights violations alone should have warranted international action decades ago; this further provocation of the United States, under the direction of Donald Trump, no less, will certainly see the hermitic kingdom facing U.S. military action in the near future.

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