Now North Korea is actually threatening to launch a nuclear attack on the United States. Now normally this would be laughable at any other time. North Korea has at the best 10 nuclear warheads while the United States has thousands of nuclear warheads. But then again we have President Barack Hussein Obama.
North Korea is threatening the US with a nuclear attack, claiming it has long-range missiles with atomic warheads capable of reaching the American mainland.With any other President such an attack would result in a retaliatory strike that would level that nation to a glowing parking lot. And China would do nothing to stop us. But with Barack Hussein Obama we are assured that first he will talk to North Korea, then surrender to them.
The open threat appeared in an editorial posted this week on the country’s Uriminzokkiri state news and propaganda website, which recently posted a video depicting a North Korean dreaming of a nuclear attack on New York City and President Barack Obama in flames.
In the article written by a member of the “Korean National Peace Committee” the government claimed North Korea is a “fully independent rocket and nuclear weapons state.”
Moreover, “The United States should be acutely aware that the US mainland is now well within the range of our strategic rockets and nuclear weapons,” the editorial warned.
Although the threat is being taken seriously, analysts say Pyongyang still has far to go before it will be capable of carrying out such an attack.
Although North Korea successfully tested a small nuclear device last month, it must still be able to develop technology capable of protecting its equipment from being burned up upon re-entry into the atmosphere from space – “ an engineering challenge in itself,” according to the Russian RT news site.
“Without it, even a small nuclear device would not survive an intercontinental ballistic delivery system,” the website’s military writer observed, adding, “The Taepodong rocket is also far from perfect, as its only test in 2006 failed.”
The United Nations is currently discussing a resolution to impose additional sanctions on North Korea for its most recent nuclear test, the launch of a rocket into space that was more likely to have been a surreptitious test of a long-range ballistic missile.
Somebody must teach this upstart idiot Kim Jong-un a lesson in first manners than not to tempt a sleeping giant. The Japanese learned that one the hard way.
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I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.
--Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto