North Korea Missile Launch: ICBM Sets Flight And Distance Record [VIDEO]

North Korea Missile Launch: ICBM Sets Flight And Distance Record [VIDEO]

North Korea Missile Launch: ICBM Sets Flight And Distance Record [VIDEO]

North Korea’s puny little dictator aptly nicknamed as WHOA Fat! by Ace of Spades, decided to flex his missiles again and launched an ICBM towards Japan. 

Here’s the deal on this.

This missile went much further and higher than any missile launches in the past.

North Korea has fired another ballistic missile, which flew for 50 minutes, travelling around 620 miles, before landing in Japanese waters.

The missile was launched eastward from Pyongsong in North Korea’s South Pyongan Province in the direction of the Sea of Japan at around 3.30am local time (6.30pm GMT).

South Korean and American officials are currently working together to confirm the missile’s trajectory and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has ordered an emergency cabinet meeting.

Needless to say, this news isn’t good. Not good at all.

Meanwhile Japan  responded to the launch.

“A missile was launched from North Korea which appears to have landed within Japan’s exclusive economic zone,” Abe’s office tweeted. “As soon as new information comes in, we will let you know.”

South Korea responded by conducting what is called a ‘precision strike’ missile exercise.

This missile launch takes place two and a half months after the last missile launch.

Keep in mind folks, just because Kim Jong Un goes quiet, doesn’t mean he isn’t plotting.

This ICBM flew for 50 minutes and went over 2800 miles into space.

In other words, this is NOT good news.

Furthermore, South Korea issued this statement earlier today prior to the Norks ICBM launch.

South Korean unification minister Cho Myoung-gyon told foreign correspondents in Seoul on Tuesday that North Korea is on the verge of achieving full nuclear capability with an intercontinental ballistic missile that could carry a nuclear warhead, according to Yonhap News Agency.

“North Korea has been developing its nuclear weapons at a faster-than-expected pace. We cannot rule out the possibility that North Korea could announce its completion of a clear force within one year,” Cho said.

It’s highly evident that North Korea has absolutely zero intentions of backing away from their nuclear weapons program. That’s been obvious for the last few years. Yet just yesterday Hillary Clinton blasted both China and President Trump for how they are handling the issues with North Korea. Seems they are supposed to stop with being so blustery and quit taunting that poor little dictator. In fact, China’s secret military buildup is really problematic according to Hillary. The U.S. and China are making things worse according to that failed Presidential candidate.

Uh huh…right. I’d say North Korea launching a major ICBM is a helluva lot more problematic than diplomacy or the lack thereof.

North Korea is dangerous. Make no mistake about it. This ICBM flew higher and further than any before. The reentry issues are problematic for them. However, it’s highly evident that the technology is being fine-tuned.

One of these days a missile launch will be 100% successful. It would be great if North Korea and their pudgy little dictator could be stopped in their tracks before that happens.

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  • Timmy says:

    We will obviously have a war. The world economy will collapse If South Korea takes any damage.

  • KenH says:

    The numbers are a bit misleading; they have only lofted a 150kg payload. There is no way the NKs have developed a nuke that weighs that little. If they somehow, using magic, get one down to 350kg? Seattle is MAYBE in range. And I doubt they have even achieved that

    • Nina says:

      Yes, that information regarding the payload wasn’t available when I wrote the post.

      However, the point is, Norks missiles are continuing to better their performance each time one is launched. I’d rather we figure out a way to shut them down NOW before they launch one with a live payload on it.


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