Concerns grow regarding North Korean’s miniaturized nuclear weapons and submarine-launched ballistic missiles

With all 100 U.S. senators invited to a rare briefing on White House grounds Wednesday on North Korea, it’s hard to overstate how concerned officials are about the technological advancements out of Pyongyang. While North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un has a reputation for bizarre behavior, the nuclear arsenal and aspirations of the Republic are being taken seriously. North Korea has conducted five nuclear tests in the past 11 years, the last several being the most destructive –

and now they are threatening a sixth. North Korea’s official Rodong Sinmun newspaper also said in a front-page editorial that its military is prepared “to bring to closure the history of U.S. scheming and nuclear blackmail.” The editorial said, “There is no limit to the strike power of the People’s Army armed with our style of cutting-edge military equipment including various precision and miniaturized nuclear weapons and submarine-launched ballistic missiles.” It is that miniaturized nuclear weapon that is the biggest concern to the United States, and the rest of the world. READ MORE

2 Comments on "Concerns grow regarding North Korean’s miniaturized nuclear weapons and submarine-launched ballistic missiles"

  1. So-called End Times own by ALex Jones? 27 September 2017?

    North Korea has one workable submarine with sole vertical launcher hopinh it can sneak close enough to California coast without having detected. Oh well I hope DRPK has dud SLBM and dud nuke warhead.

  2. Patrick J Stranad | April 27, 2017 at 2:35 am |

    James
    Sorry to hear that the DRPK would attempt a strike on the west coast. Sub will never make it to the coast. Just the way it is.

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