According to a North Korean run publication, Kim Jung-un has weapons aimed at Washington, the Pentagon and other vital locations, promising to kill more people than the attacks of 9/11.
It read: “If three civilian airplanes’ attacks from 15 years ago resulted in 3,000 deaths and brought a nightmare to life for the US, the outbreak of our final war will wipe the country from history, leaving no time (for them to) even regret or have nightmares about it,” read the bulletin, seen by NK News.
“Being beaten by only three civilian airplanes, the US was ashamed in front of the world and has suffered incalculable psychological and economical damage,” the article added.
The provocative article comes soon after Kim Jong-un defied a UN weapons ban to oversee the testing of North Korea's new surface-to-air missiles – the country's state media has reported.
North Korea asserts that it is in a state of “semi-war” and has threatened hostilities against the surrounding countries and the U.S.
Kim Jong-Un, 33, recently threatened ‘nuclear storm' against the country's enemies after it was subjected to strict UN sanctions – which includes a ban on any missile tests.
“The North Korean leader regularly threatens to destroy South Korea and Japan, as well as the U.S. He would be smacked down like a pesky mosquito except for his patron-saint China, so mostly the world just ignores his temper tantrums. The latest one resulted from his reaction to South Korea and the U.S. holding joint war games on the Korean peninsula,” reports Truth and Action.
The official news agency of Pyongyang claims Jung-un has “guided the test of a new-type anti-air guided weapon system” to “estimate its performance”. The communist leader's threats and ballistic missile launches cannot be ignored, yet John Kerry's statement, “refrain from actions that further raise tensions in the region and focus instead on taking concrete steps toward fulfilling its international commitments and obligations”, is a far cry from taking a strong stand against the angry little Korean dictator.
The “robust” new sanctions, imposed on the heels of a UN resolution condemning Pyongyang’s recent nuclear test, also block US individuals and entities from the exportation or reexportation of any goods, services or technology to North Korea, as well as new investments.
Washington also said that it will honor its “commitments to the defense of its allies, including the Republic of Korea and Japan.”
At the same time the Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said that Tokyo contacted the North Korean embassy in Beijing, saying the missile fire violated UN Security Council resolutions.
Truth and Action points out that “sanctions and lectures from Kerry will not stop the tiny and insane dictator, Kim Il-sung, from playing with his ballistic missiles and Kerry is just whimpy enough to lose this pee-ing match.