The Korean Central News Agency, North Korea’s equivalent of CNN has said that a government spokesman has said that North Korea would utterly destroy the United States and South Korea with 5 million nuclear devices carried by children. The warning goes out just as North Korea put on a display that proved they could fire a couple of rockets before becoming a parking lot. Experts studied pictures from the military exercises and determined most of the weapons carried by soldiers were fake and even the special forces commandos were wearing sunglasses that are not combat ready.
It’s obvious that there are no military geniuses in North Korea. To fire off so many munitions when they are not exactly overstocked and you plan on taking on the 800 pound gorilla in the world, doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in their ability to actually carry out even a small war. And the thought that North Korea could come up with 5 million nuclear devices will go down in history along with the phrase “The Mother of All Wars.”
North Korea’s state-run Korean Central News Agency reported a spokesman saying the youths were ‘keeping themselves fully combat ready to mercilessly wipe out with five million nuclear bombs the group of devils who are trying to bring a nuclear disaster to the inviolable country.’
The warning comes as North Korea fired rockets and torpedoes at mock enemy warships during its ‘largest ever’ live-fire artillery drills on Tuesday.
Kim Jong-Un’s army readied for war as they fired rockets and torpedoes at mock enemy warships during North Korea’s ‘largest ever’ live-fire artillery drills on Tuesday.
Hundreds of tanks were lined up along the eastern coastal town of Wonsan in a show of military strength to celebrate 85 years since the North Korean army was created.
And in a defiant bit of timing, South Korea have announced that key parts of a contentious US missile defense system have been installed.
The South’s trumpeting of progress in setting up the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense system, or THAAD, comes as high-powered US military assets converge on the Korean Peninsula and as a combative North Korea signals possible nuclear and missile testing.
On the same day, a US guided-missile submarine docked in South Korea.