North Korea Says New Missile Technology Imminent

North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-un reminds me of Adolf Hitler, who became insane with the power of heading a nation. Both men were determined to start a war with other nations and expand their empire. Despite efforts from around the world to stop the aggression, Kim has announced that his nation is about to reveal brand new missile technology that could put them closer to a nuclear strike against the United States.

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…

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I truly feel sorry for the North Korean people. If Kim follows through on his threat to launch a nuclear strike against the US, it’s certain that US retaliation will result in the deaths of thousands, perhaps millions of North Koreans who are nothing more than pawns to Kim. Such a war could have a devastating impact worldwide and even lead to a third world war that will be far more damaging than the first two world wars combined.




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