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North Korea has been constantly taking a threatening stance in their continued missile and air defense system tests. They have threatened war against the United States, promising a ‘big package’ sometime soon. Many believe the ‘big package’ refers to a nuclear attack, most likely aimed at Hawaii or the US West Coast. So why are they upset over the US testing a missile interceptor system?

North Korea on Saturday reacted to the United States’ successful missile interceptor test over the Pacific Ocean on May 30. The reclusive state said Washington will be unable to intercept its nuclear weapons and called the test a military provocation.

“Such a risky act is a sign that their (U.S.) preparations for unleashing a nuclear war against the DPRK [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea] have reached the final phase,” a spokesman for North Korea’s Strategic Force told the country’s official Korea Central News Agency (KCNA).

“Their foolhardy moves go to clearly prove that the DPRK’s step for bolstering the nuclear force for self-defense is entirely just,” the spokesman told the news agency…

After making the numerous threats against the United States and testing their weapons and defenses if North Korea expected the US to just sit back and do nothing to prepare a defense against their attack, then Kim Jong-un is dumber than anyone thought. He is calling the US defense test an act of aggression so what does he call his own actions?

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