North Korea’s Kim’s Sister Issues New ICBM Threat; United States flies bombers, stealth planes
The United States Military made a show of force with a series of nuclear-capable bomber planes and stealth planes after alleged saber rattling by the hermit country’s regime.
The United States deployed B-52 bombers and F-22 stealth jets to conduct drills with South Korean forces on Tuesday after North Korean Officials said they successfully tested an intelligence-gathering satellite that rivals fear was a covert test of the missile’s capabilities.
“Can you put a satellite into orbit with a balloon and not with a carrier rocket?” Kim Yo Jong, the younger sister of dictator Kim Jong Un, asked in a comment to state media. “If we were to develop an ICBM, we would test it without disguise.”
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North Korea bragged about the launch on sundaysaying the test satellite successfully tested technology that would enable reconnaissance and information gathering via a military satellite.
The country provided two images taken with the technology, which south korean officials assessed it as of very low quality for espionage and claimed the project was intended to facilitate expanded use of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).
“Didn’t you think your assessments are too inadequate and reckless when you commented on our satellite development capability and preparations related to just two photos we published in our newspaper,” Kim Yo Jong complained via state media.
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“I think you better stop talking nonsense, be careful and think twice,” he added.
Kim Yo Young He has repeatedly dismissed claims by rival powers that North Korea’s ICBM technology remains unproven and possibly unable to provide the firepower North Korean officials boast about.
North Korea claims to have recently built a solid fuel engine capable of increased mobility for ICBMs.
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The dictator’s sister has reacted harshly to the doubts that North Korean ICBM they lack the re-entry capabilities necessary for a precise attack, threatening: “I can clear your doubts about that. You will recognize it immediately in case we launch an ICBM in the path of the real angle firing directly.”