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    Today's Pyongyang NDP parade video:








    Kim Jong Nuke is very confident, not afraid that USA could get away from any form of attack. Because 3~5 NK subs with nuke missiles are already very close to Ang Moh Turmp's cities, should be able to kill millions of Americans within 3 mins of strike time. They are hidden safely in the seas / oceans, awaiting for Km Jong Nuke's command.

    Ang Moh Trump can play any game, he will cause only USA to suffer unbearable losses and unfordable painful memories. Superpower status of USA will be GONE INSTANTLY after getting nuked by Kim Jong Nuke.

    In this kind of SLBM counterstrike mission when Pyongyang is under the DECLARED INTENTION of WAR by USA, the subs should had received LAUNCH STANDING ORDER ON PERIODIC REORDERING. That means an order to strike a set of given targets is issued to each submarine, to be executed by countdown of say 6hours precisely, unless a re-newed order is received before the 6hours expired. When it is renewed only the Count Down is Reset to restart counting again. That means, if time is counted down to ZERO and unable to get any new order, the last standing order of strike will be immediately executed. So even if Ang Moh Trump leveled Pyongyang completely with nuke, within less than 6 hours he will also get nuked from NK submarines from surprised locations under the ocean waves.






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    Kim Jong Nuke NDP better than SG52 Loong's grand and impressive, trying to copycat Beijing. KNN!

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    All of this is because the fucking bastard Barack Obama allowed North Korea 8 years to do their nuclear research. Worst USA president ever.

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    http://www.news.com.au/world/asia/a-...81e0e6b38e7e1d


    A defiant North Korea flaunts army and missiles in major parade in Pyongyang

    April 16, 201712:16am

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    NORTH Korea held a massive parade in its capital Pyongyang on Saturday to mark the 105th anniversary of its founding father Kim Il Sung — and to showcase its military might.

    The secretive state has displayed what appears to be new long-range and submarine-based missiles as part of the major parade that began with thousands of soldiers marching at Kim Il Sung Square in front of leader Kim Jong Un.

    The festivities take place amid concerns that North Korea is possibly preparing its sixth nuclear test in a decade or a rocket launch of significance, such as its first flight test of an ICBM.

    Kim, a 30-something leader who took power in late 2011, emphasises nuclear weapons as the foundation of his national defence strategy.

    The country under his watch has been aggressively pursuing a goal of putting a nuclear warhead on an ICBM capable of reaching the continental United States.

    North Korea has another big military holiday on April 25, when its army marks its anniversary, that international leaders believe is possible Kim could use to test a nuclear device.
    Missiles are displayed during the parade at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang Picture: KRT via AP

    Missiles are displayed during the parade at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang Picture: KRT via APSource:AP
    North Korean state television showed Kim saluting his honour guard before walking down a red carpet

    North Korean state television showed Kim saluting his honour guard before walking down a red carpetSource:Supplied
    In this image made from video broadcast by North Korean broadcaster KRT, soldiers take part in a parade at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang.

    In this image made from video broadcast by North Korean broadcaster KRT, soldiers take part in a parade at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang.Source:AP
    A portrait of the country's founder Kim Il Sung is carried during the parade.

    A portrait of the country's founder Kim Il Sung is carried during the parade.Source:AP

    SHOW OF FORCE

    Prototype intercontinental ballistic missiles have highlighted a broad range of military hardware.

    North Korean state television showed what appeared to be several KN-08 and KN-14 missiles rolled out on trucks at the parade.

    Kim Jong Un stepped out of a limousine in a black suit and white shirt and walked onto a red carpet. He then watched the parade in delight from a podium, clapping alongside officials as the weaponry was rolled out for the world to see.

    Military analysts say the missiles could one day be capable of hitting targets as far as the continental United States, although the North has yet to flight test them.

    North Korean soldiers also rolled out another large rocket that appeared to be the size of an ICBM, but what a South Korean military analyst said hasn’t been seen before.
    North Korean soldiers carry flags and a photo of late leader Kim Il Sung as they march across Kim Il Sung Square. Picture: AP

    North Korean soldiers carry flags and a photo of late leader Kim Il Sung as they march across Kim Il Sung Square. Picture: APSource:AP
    North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un waves from a balcony of the Grand People's Study house following the military parade. Picture: AFP.

    North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un waves from a balcony of the Grand People's Study house following the military parade. Picture: AFP.Source:AFP

    Other military hardware at the parade included tanks, multiple rocket launchers and artillery guns, as well as a solid-fuel missile designed to be fired from submarines. Also on display was a powerful midrange missile, which outside analysts call “Musudan,” and which can potentially reach U.S. air bases in Guam.

    A senior North Korean government official says the country is ready to stand up to any threat posed by the United States as he spoke at an immense parade celebrating the birthday of the country’s founder Kim Il Sung, the grandfather of current ruler Kim Jong Un.

    "This is tailor-made for the rest of the world to see" @willripleyCNN, in Pyongyang for No. Korea's #DayOfTheSun https://t.co/VaHB4IjV1y
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    Choe Ryong Hae, who some presume as the second-most powerful official in North Korea, said Saturday that the new U.S. government under Donald Trump was “creating a war situation” in the Korean Peninsula by dispatching strategic military assets to the region.

    The United States a few days ago dispatched what Trump called an “armada” of ships in a show of force, including an aircraft carrier, into waters off the peninsula amid fears that North Korea was preparing another round of nuclear or missile tests.

    “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 said during the parade.

    Kim saluted as ranks of goosestepping soldiers followed by tanks and other military hardware paraded in Pyongyang for a show of strength with tensions mounting over his nuclear ambitions.

    After inspecting an honour guard, Kim, in a black suit, watched the parade pour into Kim Il-Sung Square, accompanied by top military and party leaders, state television showed in a live broadcast.

    Led by rows of military bands, columns of troops toting rifles and a troupe of sword-wielding female soldiers marched into the vast square in the heart of the city which was festooned in the national colours of blue, white and red.
    A woman walks past a television screen broadcasting live footage of the parade.

    A woman walks past a television screen broadcasting live footage of the parade.Source:AFP

    “Today’s parade will provide a chance to display our powerful military might,” a male voiceover said on the TV broadcast.

    Ostensibly the event is to mark the 105th anniversary of the birth of Kim’s grandfather, the North’s founder Kim Il-Sung — a date known as the “Day of the Sun” in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the country’s official name.

    But it is also intended to send an unmistakeable message to Washington, Seoul, Tokyo and other capitals about the isolated, nuclear-armed North’s military might.
    North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un applauds during the parade

    North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un applauds during the paradeSource:AP

    NUCLEAR SITE ‘PRIMED AND READY’

    Pyongyang is under multiple sets of United Nations sanctions over its atomic and ballistic missile programs, and has ambitions to build a rocket capable of delivering a warhead to the US mainland — something US President Donald Trump has vowed “won’t happen”.

    It has carried out five nuclear tests — two of them last year — and multiple missile launches, one of which saw three rockets come down in waters provocatively close to Japan last month.

    Speculation that it could conduct a sixth blast in the coming days to coincide with the anniversary has reached fever pitch, with specialist US website 38 North describing its Punggye-ri test site as “primed and ready” and White House officials saying military options were “already being assessed”.

    Trump has dispatched the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson and an accompanying battle group to the Korean peninsula.

    “We are sending an armada. Very powerful,” Trump told the Fox Business Network. “He is doing the wrong thing,” he added of Kim. “He’s making a big mistake.”

    China, the North’s sole major ally, and Russia have both urged restraint, with Beijing’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi warning Friday that “conflict could break out at any moment”.

    The North has reiterated its constant refrain that it is ready for “war” with the US.

    Its army vowed Friday a “merciless” response to any US provocation but diplomats in Pyongyang are more sanguine, pointing out that the North raises its rhetoric every spring, when Washington and Seoul hold annual joint exercises that it views as preparations for invasion.

    None of the North’s five previous nuclear tests has taken place in the month of April.
    Kim Jong Un salutes during the parade.

    Kim Jong Un salutes during the parade.Source:AP

    ‘TOUGH MESSAGE’

    Military specialists keep a close eye on Pyongyang’s military parades for clues about developments in the North’s capabilities. Jeffrey Lewis, of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies said he was looking out for “the possibility of a new ICBM”, adding: “There may be some surprises.”

    The 1950-53 Korean War ended in an armistice rather than a peace treaty and Pyongyang says that it needs nuclear weapons to defend itself against a possible US invasion.

    The US cruise missile strike on Syria vindicated its stance, it said last weekend.

    According to diplomats, North Korean officials have described the US president as “unpredictable” and been unnerved by his comments and actions.

    Pyongyang could use the parade as a show of strength in preference to a nuclear test, analysts said.

    It wanted to send “a tough message to the United States in response to the Trump administration’s recent rhetoric and the military steps the United States has taken”, said Evans Revere of the Brookings Institution in Washington.

    Another missile launch or nuclear test “can’t be ruled out”, he said, but the Syria strike and Washington’s implied threats “may give Pyongyang some pause”.

    “A parade is a highly visible but non-kinetic way of showing off capabilities,” he told AFP.

    The North is aiming its message at China as well as the US, analysts say. Beijing has made clear its frustration with Pyongyang’s stubbornness but its priority remains preventing any instability on its doorstep, and it has been unnerved by the sabre-rattling.

    Pyongyang was “upset with all of its neighbours”, said Bruce Bennett of the Rand Organisation and Kim needs to “demonstrate defiance”.

    North Korean culture is that its leaders “are supposed to reign by power”, he said. “He cannot back down without looking weak and thereby facing the prospect of a coup.”


















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    Many good pics to see all click here:

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    Kim goes ballistic: North Korean dictator threatens 'nuclear justice' as he shows off new missiles and submarine arsenal at Day of the Sun parade led by tens of thousands of goose-stepping, fanatically-chanting troops




    Kim saluted thousands of soldiers at Kim Il-sung Square during the Day of the Sun celebrations
    A top official vowed at the parade to 'beat down enemies with the power of nuclear justice'
    Choe Ryong Hae also said the country would 'instantly counter with an annihilating strike' if the US attacked
    US officials feared Kim Jong-un would mark the national holiday by launching sixth nuclear weapons test
    A worrying number of weapons were on display, including prototypes of intercontinental ballistic missiles
    Large crowds cheered as sword-wielding soldiers marched in a perfectly choreographed display
    The country's goal is to put a nuclear warhead on an ICBM capable of reaching the continental United States
    Submarine-launched ballistic missiles were also on show for the first time, indicating advancing technology
    The regime has accused Trump of provoking armed conflict and issued multiple warnings of retaliation

    By Dailymail.com Reporter and Dave Burke For Mailonline

    Published: 02:58 BST, 15 April 2017 | Updated: 13:42 BST, 15 April 2017

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    North Korea leader Kim Jong-un gleefully applauded as he watched a display of the country's military might during the secretive state's Day of the Sun - and his regime warned of an 'annihilating strike' if the US attacks.

    Kim, wearing a Western-style suit at Kim Il-sung Square, saluted formations of soldiers who yelled out 'long live' to celebrate the 105th anniversary of his grandfather's birth.

    The dictator has accused President Donald Trump of provoking his nation towards armed conflict with a series of increasingly aggressive moves, including sending the USS Carl Vinson to the Korean peninsula.

    US officials feared Kim Jong-un would mark the national holiday by launching North Korea's sixth nuclear weapons test, since the country has used previous holidays to showcase its military prowess.

    The despot, who did not speak during the annual parade, flaunted prototypes of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM), which experts fear could one day be capable of striking mainland America.

    One of Kim's top officials, Choe Ryong Hae, today vowed North Korea would 'beat down enemies with the power of nuclear justice'.

    He told the packed-out square: 'If the United States wages reckless provocation against us, our revolutionary power will instantly counter with annihilating strike, and we will respond to full-out war with full-out war and to nuclear war with our style of nuclear strike warfare.'

    Submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBM) were also among the sophisticated military hardware on show for the first time, indicating an improving technological capability that could help it evade anti-missile systems.

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    Smiling dictator: Kim Jung-un was noticeably relaxed and appeared happy as he attended the 'Day of the Sun' military parade in Kim Il Sung square - which celebrates his grandfather - the founder of North Korea

    Smiling dictator: Kim Jung-un was noticeably relaxed and appeared happy as he attended the 'Day of the Sun' military parade in Kim Il Sung square - which celebrates his grandfather - the founder of North Korea
    Thousands of North Korean troops armed with rifles took part in the show of force, which saw North Korea flaunt sophisticated new military hardware

    Thousands of North Korean troops armed with rifles took part in the show of force, which saw North Korea flaunt sophisticated new military hardware
    North Koreans carry flags in front of statues of the country's founder Kim Il Sung (left) and late leader Kim Jong Il in Pyongyang today

    North Koreans carry flags in front of statues of the country's founder Kim Il Sung (left) and late leader Kim Jong Il in Pyongyang today
    Men beat drums as they parade through Kim Il Sung Square during military drills to mark the landmark date

    Men beat drums as they parade through Kim Il Sung Square during military drills to mark the landmark date
    North Korean soldiers march and shout slogans during a military parade at the 'Day of the Sun' to mark the country's founder's birth anniversary

    North Korean soldiers march and shout slogans during a military parade at the 'Day of the Sun' to mark the country's founder's birth anniversary
    Tanks rolled through the capital city of the secretive state, which was marking the 105th birthday of Kim Jong-un's late grandfather

    Tanks rolled through the capital city of the secretive state, which was marking the 105th birthday of Kim Jong-un's late grandfather
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    The display of patriotism came on a day which US experts fear could be used to carry out further missile testing in North Korea

    The display of patriotism came on a day which US experts fear could be used to carry out further missile testing in North Korea
    Soldiers march through Pyongyang as officials look on at the celebration event, a national holiday in North Korea

    Soldiers march through Pyongyang as officials look on at the celebration event, a national holiday in North Korea
    COULD THIS NEW MISSILE NUKE THE US? EXPERT SAYS MYSTERY WEAPON COULD BE A 'GAME CHANGER'

    North Korea unveiled what appeared to be new intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) at its Day of the Sun parade, amid increasing fears it is trying to develop a model that could hit the United States.

    The secretive state showed off two new kinds of ICBM enclosed in canister launchers mounted on the back of transporter erector launcher trucks, or TELs.

    The larger missile was similar in appearance to the Chinese DF-41, which can fly 9,000 miles.

    Melissa Hanham, a senior research associate at the US-based Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, California, said: 'However, North Korea has a habit of showing off new concepts in parades before they ever test or launch them. It is still early days for these missile designs.'
    Crowds cheered as a missile was driven past the stand where North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and other high ranking officials looked on

    Crowds cheered as a missile was driven past the stand where North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and other high ranking officials looked on
    An unidentified rocket is displayed during today's parade, with experts voicing fears that it could have a range of 9,000 miles

    An unidentified rocket is displayed during today's parade, with experts voicing fears that it could have a range of 9,000 miles

    If the Korean missiles actually work, and have a similar range to the Chinese missile, they could hit the continental US. But it's very unlikely that North Korea has that technology at this stage.

    Pyongyang has yet to formally announce it has an operational ICBM, but Chad O'Carroll, managing director of specialist service NK News, said the new rockets could be liquid-fuelled intercontinental ballistic missiles, or an early prototype.

    These long-range missiles would be 'a big game-changer once it is deployed in service', he said but added there would be a long testing schedule ahead before a trial launch of the missile itself.

    But liquid-fuel missiles also 'take hours to fuel up and if there is intelligence that they were doing that it would be quite easy to stop it before it was launched', he told AFP.

    In his annual New Year's address, Kim said North Korea's preparations for an ICBM launch had 'reached the final stage'. Recent satellite imagery suggests the country could conduct another underground nuclear test at any time.

    Solid fuel ICBMs are a 'much more difficult threat to prevent', O'Carroll said, adding that risk was still "many many years" away.

    Also on show for the first time was the North's submarine launch ballistic missiles (SLBM).
    Arrival: Military vehicles carrying the KN-11 missile - which can be launched from a submarine - and potentially gives the country a limited nuclear second strike capability

    Arrival: Military vehicles carrying the KN-11 missile - which can be launched from a submarine - and potentially gives the country a limited nuclear second strike capability
    The parade was held at a time of heightened tension with the US, 24 hours after China warned war could break out 'at any moment'

    The parade was held at a time of heightened tension with the US, 24 hours after China warned war could break out 'at any moment'

    Tensions have been mounting in recent weeks, and North Korea has issued several warnings threatening to 'pulverize' US troops and retaliate in response to any military action.

    Kim Dong-yub, a North Korea expert at Seoul's Institute for Far Eastern Studies, said the canisters and trucks suggested that the North was developing technology to 'cold launch' ICBMs, ejecting them from the canisters before they ignite.

    This would allow North Korea to prevent its limited number of ICBM-capable launcher trucks from being damaged during launches and also make the missiles harder to detect after they're fired, he said. Cold launches would also allow the missiles to be fired from silos. Kim said that the North is also likely developing solid-fuel ICBMs, and that some of the rockets paraded inside canisters on Saturday might be prototypes.
    Thousands of soldiers marched during the parade today, on a day of heightened tensions between North Korea and the US

    Thousands of soldiers marched during the parade today, on a day of heightened tensions between North Korea and the US
    Soldiers marched and shouted slogans in a patriotic display to mark the anniversary of Kim Il Sung's birth

    Soldiers marched and shouted slogans in a patriotic display to mark the anniversary of Kim Il Sung's birth
    US officials feared Kim Jong-un would mark the national holiday by launching its sixth nuclear weapons test, since the country has used previous holidays to showcase its military prowess

    US officials feared Kim Jong-un would mark the national holiday by launching its sixth nuclear weapons test, since the country has used previous holidays to showcase its military prowess
    Performers play the drums at the parade today, where North Korea gave a show of its military might in Pyongyang

    Performers play the drums at the parade today, where North Korea gave a show of its military might in Pyongyang

    Tensions between the US and North Korea have been mounting in recent weeks, and yesterday Pyongyang issued a series of menacing threats to 'ravage' US troops and 'go to war if they choose'.

    China warned the region could go to war 'at any moment'. US President Donald Trump is monitoring the emerging crisis from his Mar-a-Lago resort this weekend without the company of his top advisers.

    North Korean state television showed Kim, wearing a black suit and white shirt, stepping out of a black limousine.

    He saluted his honor guard before walking down a red carpet to a podium and clapped with senior government officials to address the massive crowd taking part in the parade.

    Goose-stepping soldiers and marching bands filled the square as tanks, multiple launch rocket systems and other weapons waited to parade.

    Kim, a 30-something leader who took power in late 2011, emphasizes nuclear weapons as the foundation of his national defense strategy.

    The country under his watch has been aggressively pursuing a goal of putting a nuclear warhead on an ICBM capable of reaching the continental United States.
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    Like a celebrity: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un waves during his military parade on Saturday in Pyongyang

    Like a celebrity: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un waves during his military parade on Saturday in Pyongyang
    'DAY OF THE SUN': CEREMONY THAT ENFORCES CULT STATUS OF THE KIM PARTY RULING NORTH KOREA

    Hundreds of thousands of jubilant North Koreans today lined the streets of capital Pyongyang hoping to get a glimpse of despot leader Kim Jong-un.

    The country held its annual Day of the Sun celebration, an annual holiday to mark the birthday of the nation's founder - and Kim's grandfather - Kim Il Sung.

    Crowds waved flags and flowers in a colourful display of patriotism captured on camera in front of the world's media - a rare public display by leaders in the secretive state.
    Smiling North Koreans watch the parade in capital Pyongyang today, on a day which reinforces the cult of personality around the Kim family

    Smiling North Koreans watch the parade in capital Pyongyang today, on a day which reinforces the cult of personality around the Kim family
    North Korean men waving pom poms at the parade in the nation's capital today, at a celebration to mark the 105th anniversary of Kim Il Sung's birth

    North Korean men waving pom poms at the parade in the nation's capital today, at a celebration to mark the 105th anniversary of Kim Il Sung's birth
    A North Korean woman cries as she looks towards her country's leader Kim Jong-un during a military parade today

    A North Korean woman cries as she looks towards her country's leader Kim Jong-un during a military parade today

    Kim did not address the rally himself on Saturday, instead waving and smiling as ecstatic crowds - men in suits, women in traditional hanbok dresses - filed past him behind the military display.

    'Long live!' they chanted, some in tears.

    Such pageantry reinforces the cult of personality around the Kim family, three of whom have ruled North Korea with a vice-like grip.

    When foreign journalists visit North Korea, their movements are closely managed and they are usually restricted to Pyongyang. Conversations with people are monitored by government 'minders', who also provide translations into English.

    Near the birthplace of Kim Il Sung, a pilgrimage spot for North Koreans, commuters yesterday moved briskly on and off the subway, young women holding umbrellas walked by, clasping arms, while two children in blue school uniforms shuffled down the street holding a flower basket almost their own size.
    Large groups of women joined in the show of patriotism today in Pyongyang in a display during which the country flaunted its military might

    Large groups of women joined in the show of patriotism today in Pyongyang in a display during which the country flaunted its military might
    Crowds waved flags and flowers at a parade overseen by despot leader Kim Jong-un in the North Korean capital today

    Crowds waved flags and flowers at a parade overseen by despot leader Kim Jong-un in the North Korean capital today
    Large crowds waving flags, banners and flowers lined the streets as the parade was held in Pyongyang in front of a gleeful Kim Jong-un this morning

    Large crowds waving flags, banners and flowers lined the streets as the parade was held in Pyongyang in front of a gleeful Kim Jong-un this morning

    Unlike at some previous parades attended by Kim, there did not appear to be any a senior Chinese official in attendance - which did not appear to bother him one bit

    'If the enemies want to wage war with our leaders, we have nothing to fear because we will win,' said Jon Myon Sop, who works at a bus station.

    'I know about how tensions are rising on the Korean Peninsula and how the U.S. and its puppet countries have brought their military assets to the region.'

    Cho Hyon Ran, a tour guide at the site, said: 'We don't want war but we are not afraid of war because we have strong power, our country is the strongest one in the world now.

    'You can see all people are laughing, all people are singing, all people are celebrating the Sun's day,' she said in English. 'We are not afraid of anything.'
    Dancers carried sheets in the colour of North Korea's national flag during the military parade in Pyongyang

    Dancers carried sheets in the colour of North Korea's national flag during the military parade in Pyongyang
    The colourful parade was held in the North Korean capital to mark the 105th anniversary of Kim Il Sung's birth

    The colourful parade was held in the North Korean capital to mark the 105th anniversary of Kim Il Sung's birth
    Tens of thousands of North Koreans lined the streets of Pyongyang to watch the parade and get a sight of despot leader Kim Jong-un

    Tens of thousands of North Koreans lined the streets of Pyongyang to watch the parade and get a sight of despot leader Kim Jong-un
    North Korea soldiers marched through Pyongyang, 24 hours after China warned the region could go to war 'at any moment'

    North Korea soldiers marched through Pyongyang, 24 hours after China warned the region could go to war 'at any moment'
    Military vehicles carry missiles with characters reading 'Pukkuksong' during a military parade marking the 105th birth anniversary of country's founding father, Kim Il Sung in Pyongyang

    Military vehicles carry missiles with characters reading 'Pukkuksong' during a military parade marking the 105th birth anniversary of country's founding father, Kim Il Sung in Pyongyang
    Soldiers shouted patriotic slogans during the parade, which was held in the North Korean capital today

    Soldiers shouted patriotic slogans during the parade, which was held in the North Korean capital today
    Goose-stepping soldiers and marching bands filled the square as tanks, multiple launch rocket systems and other weapons waited to parade

    Goose-stepping soldiers and marching bands filled the square as tanks, multiple launch rocket systems and other weapons waited to parade
    Military vehicles carry missiles during a military parade in North Korean capital Pyongyang today

    Military vehicles carry missiles during a military parade in North Korean capital Pyongyang today

    North Korea's state news agency said the Trump administration's 'serious military hysteria' had reached a 'dangerous phase which can no longer be overlooked'.

    The United States has warned that a policy of 'strategic patience' with North Korea is over. U.S. Vice President Mike Pence travels to South Korea on Sunday on a long-planned 10-day trip to Asia.

    China, North Korea's sole major ally and neighbor which nevertheless opposes its weapons program, on Friday again called for talks to defuse the crisis.

    'We call on all parties to refrain from provoking and threatening each other, whether in words or actions, and not let the situation get to an irreversible and unmanageable stage,' Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told reporters in Beijing.

    North Korea on Friday denounced the United States for bringing 'huge nuclear strategic assets' to the region as the USS Carl Vinson strike group with a flag-ship nuclear-powered aircraft carrier steamed closer, and said it stood ready to strike back.

    'The Trump administration, which made a surprise guided cruise-missile strike on Syria on April 6, has entered the path of open threat and blackmail,' KCNA quoted the military as saying in a statement.

    'The army and people of the DPRK will as ever courageously counter those who encroach upon the dignity and sovereignty of the DPRK and will always mercilessly ravage all provocative options of the U.S. with Korean-style toughest counteraction.'
    North Korean soldiers on mobile missile launchers as they are paraded across Kim Il Sung Square during today's military parade

    North Korean soldiers on mobile missile launchers as they are paraded across Kim Il Sung Square during today's military parade
    Power play: The festivities, celebrating the 105th birthday of Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong-un's grandfather, took place amid concerns that North Korea is possibly preparing for its sixth nuclear test or a significant rocket launch, such as its first flight test of an ICBM

    Power play: The festivities, celebrating the 105th birthday of Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong-un's grandfather, took place amid concerns that North Korea is possibly preparing for its sixth nuclear test or a significant rocket launch, such as its first flight test of an ICBM
    China, North Korea's sole major ally and neighbor which nevertheless opposes its weapons program, on Friday again called for talks to defuse the crisis. Pictured, preparations ahead of the parade

    China, North Korea's sole major ally and neighbor which nevertheless opposes its weapons program, on Friday again called for talks to defuse the crisis. Pictured, preparations ahead of the parade

























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    I hope Kim does us a favour and nuke Texas. It's full of rednecks. When Texas gone, the Democrats should win the next elections easily.
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    JohnTan just imagine giving all the anti-PAP nuclear warheads. They will nuke PAP. You give madman dictator nuclear weapons? He will sell to ISIS also. Imagine if it was Hitler who won the nuclear race instead. Democrats? Republican? It doesn't matter anymore. It is the sane vs the insane. Obama created ISIS and the Third World War.

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    I dare Mee Siam Hum Loong & his SAF Generals to still hold NDP Parade at Marina Bay when Xi Jin Ping openly threaten to missile them sky high. They can hide inside Terrex still fucking totally vanish when struck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nayr69sg View Post
    JohnTan just imagine giving all the anti-PAP nuclear warheads. They will nuke PAP. You give madman dictator nuclear weapons? He will sell to ISIS also. Imagine if it was Hitler who won the nuclear race instead. Democrats? Republican? It doesn't matter anymore. It is the sane vs the insane. Obama created ISIS and the Third World War.
    The SAF needs to buy the MOAB. We may need it for the liberation of the oppie-occupied areas if the need arises. The grassroots leaders are ready to lead the first charge after the MOAB destroys all the tunnels that the oppies have build in the occupied areas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by war is best form of peace View Post
    Latest New Hair Cut!
    He looks so much like Eric Cartman from Southpark!

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    Anywhere along the thousands of miles of USA's coast, there are endless possibilities for these SLMBs to emerge from Kim Jong Nuke's submarines, and nuke millions away in each coastal or even in-land cities in USA.











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    mor tings 2 c dan sinkielanz ndp anytime! ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by po2wq View Post
    mor tings 2 c dan sinkielanz ndp anytime! ...
    Kim copycat Ah Tiong very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HongKanSeng View Post
    Kim copycat Ah Tiong very much.
    not surprising lor ...

    dey both signed ze sino-north korean mutual aid n cooperation friendship treaty which is valid til 2021 ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnTan View Post
    I hope Kim does us a favour and nuke Texas. It's full of rednecks. When Texas gone, the Democrats should win the next elections easily.
    I'd prefer him to nuke California because that's where all the fucktard liberals and faggots are.

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    I only see a bunch of clowns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralders View Post
    I only see a bunch of clowns.
    The missile launch failed miserably about an hour ago or so
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    Iran joined NK and Middle Finger to USA right now!





    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/...s/3680574.html



    Rouhani says Iran needs 'no one's permission' to build missiles

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    DUBAI: Iran will ask "no one's permission" to build up its missile capability, President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday, in what appeared to be a defiant response to U.S. efforts to hamper the Iranian military.

    Facing an election in May where he hopes to secure a second four-year term, Rouhani has had to defend himself from opponents who say he has been too eager to appease the West, after agreeing to curb Iran's nuclear programme in exchange for the lifting of sanctions.

    U.S. President Donald Trump has criticised the nuclear deal and said during his election campaign he would stop Iran's missile programme. After Iran test-fired a new ballistic missile in January, Trump tweeted that it was "playing with fire".

    Addressing an event showcasing some locally built military hardware, broadcast on state TV, Rouhani said: "The strengthening of the capability of the Iranian armed forces ... is only for defending the country and we will ask no one's permission to build up the armed forces, and to build missiles and aircraft."

    He said Iran has never had "aggressive aims, but peace is not a one-way road and if we decide to be peaceful the other party ... may not. So there is a need for vigilance."

    A bill to impose new sanctions on Iran over ballistic missile launches and other non-nuclear activities has been delayed in the U.S. Senate due to concerns about the presidential election.

    Iran says its missile tests are not covered by the nuclear deal.

    (Reporting by Dubai newsroom; Editing by Robin Pomeroy)

    - Reuters

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    Enough of Brirish Empire bully. World united behind Russia China and NK bring dowm the bully British Empire dominance.

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