North Korea tried to make a big splash as they celebrated the 105th Anniversary of the birth of founding Dictator Kim Il-Sung, but they failed once again. An attempted missile launch blew up almost immediately! Bless their hearts!
With the kind of fanfare that only a totalitarian state can muster, North Korea on Saturday flaunted missiles that can theoretically reach the United States and defiantly stated that it was prepared to counter any U.S. attack with “a nuclear war of our own.”
But it soon looked like a case of style over substance. North Korea somewhat ruined the impression created with the parade, which took place on the most important day of the year for Kim Jong Un’s regime, with a failed missile launch Sunday morning.
The ballistic missile was fired from the Sinpo area on the east coast shortly before 6 a.m. local time, U.S. Pacific Command said. It blew up almost immediately, complicating efforts to identify the missile’s size and range. North Korea fired a land-based version of its medium-range, submarine-launched ballistic missile from the same area earlier this month. That exercise also failed.
The missile was fired as Vice President Mike Pence took off from Alaska on his way to Seoul, where he is expected to issue a strong warning to North Korea to stop its provocative behavior or face consequences. . . . Read More
Meanwhile, in North Korea… pic.twitter.com/qTOYdWQ5ab— Matthew (@Matthops82) April 15, 2017
"Now… enter the floppy disk, type load "*" ,8 ,1 and then we will reach nuclear capability." pic.twitter.com/1gIEAGeLCM— Matthew (@Matthops82) April 15, 2017
Statement by Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis on North Korea Missile Test https://t.co/0aHyapC8Vw— Sean Spicer (@PressSec) April 16, 2017