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Saturday, April 15, 2017

Kim shows his missiles and stuff at annual parade of miscreants

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North Korea celebrated the 105th birthday of Kim Jong Un's grandfather Kim Il Sung, the country's founder, at the national parade in central Pyongyang, as tensions rise across the land.

Sporting his signature idiot haircut, the current Kim didn't have anything to say to his captive fans as the military paraded its intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of flying over tall buildings in a single shot.

A top Kim official warned the world that North Korea would stand up to any threat, fight any foe, fee any fi, especially by the United States. 

Choe Ryong Hae claimed that President Trump was guilty of "creating a war situation" on the Korean Peninsula by sending U.S. forces to the region. He spoke as if North Korea's violation of testing nuclear devices was just for building highways. 

Choe is considered to be the number two official who has yet to be anti-aircraft gunned to death by Kim. Choe is on a strong regimen of No Doze anti-sleep pills to avoid that fate.

"We will respond to an all-out war with an all-out war and a nuclear war with our style of a nuclear attack," Choe bragged. Their style of nuclear attack is to try and sneak into South Korea with a nuclear warhead in a wheelbarrow and detonate it in Seoul (at least until they develop a missile that can carry it by itself).

The normal people of the world were concerned of a growing threat that North Korea is preparing for its sixth nuclear test or a major missile launch, particularly of one that can reach the U.S.

And while they say their goal is peace and their own survival, their growing military strength signals the opposite.

The U.S. strike against Syria over the chemical weapons attack on civilians along with Trump dispatching what he called an "armada" [when he meant a carrier group] of ships to the region in a show of force, touched off fear in South Korea that we were preparing to strike militarily in North Korea. That would be disastrous for South Korea because of the close proximity to the North. 

President Trump is hoping to enlist the aid of China to get North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons program. 

An anonymous U.S. military official said that we don't intend to use military force against North Korea should they do another nuclear test or missile launch. But I suspect someone here will 'condemn it in the strongest possible terms' because that's usually what we do.

When corpulent Kim arrived at the parade at Kim Il Sung Square, he was greeted with thunderous applause--not that the crowd had a choice.

The parade included large rockets covered by canisters, possibly KN-08 missiles that could one day reach our shores (and take out mostly liberals), rocket launchers, tanks, artillery and a solid-fuel missile designed to be launched from submarines.

Also on display was a midrange missile that analysts call a "Musudan" which can potentially reach our base in Guam, and a new solid-fuel midrange missile that's hard to detect before launch because it's fired from mobile land launchers.

Satellite imagery indicates that North Korea is prepared to conduct another underground nuclear test at any time.