North Korea Accidentally Reveals First Nuclear Target After Test Run

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Kim Jong-Un isn’t messing about anymore.

Over in North Korea, the state-run Rodong Sinmum newspaper has printed some photographs of supreme leader Kim Jong-Un watching a missile test a couple of days ago, and these photographs have inadvertently revealed the first target North Korea will fire its nuclear weapons on in the event of a launch.

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The photographs picture him in front of a chart that illustrates the trajectories of three nuclear strikes. The test launch was partly designed to ‘test nuclear detonators at the designated altitude over the target area’ and so South Korea’s Chosun Ilbo researched what the ideal altitude for detonation was and compared it with the targets displayed on the map to discover the likelihood of where their first nuclear weapon would attack.

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And it turns out that the target would be the South Korean city of Busan, which is home to several million people and likely to be the city that the USA would send troops to, were North Korea ever actually to invade the south. Sounds like Kim Jong-Un has a plan there, right?

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In all seriousness though, this is quite concerning as hostilities have recently developed between North Korea and the rest of the world since North Korea successfully tested a hydrogen bomb earlier this year. America sanctioned Kim Jong-Un for the first time by freezing his assets overseas and North Korea are now refusing to communicate with them except on wartime terms.

South Korea have also been fearful of attack in recent times, which has led to the US deploying their Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) over there. That hasn’t done anything to placate North Korea either and has only served to infuriate them further.

Let’s hope the shit doesn’t hit the fan over there. In the meantime, check out the internet trolling him about the time he bent over a bed to try and make you feel like this idiot couldn’t possibly be responsible for nuclear war. It might make you feel better.


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