ROCKET MAN: North Korea's Kim Jon Un launches HUGE ballistic missile test in show of force against South Korea | The Gateway expert

North Korean dictator Kim Jon Un is once again flexing his ballistic muscles in a threat to South Korea and the US.

We have been monitoring the 'Rocket Man' activity for the past few years and it is becoming increasingly disturbing.

For starters, we know that North Korea has sent Moscow SEVEN THOUSAND CONTAINERS of missiles and ammunition.

Then, how North Korea says missile launch sends nuclear 'warning signal' to US.

Days ago it was reported: BREAKING – North Korea launches ballistic missile towards Japan – Okinawa residents told to hide in shelters.

It turns out it was in fact a botched spy satellite launch.

But yesterday (May 31), Kim Jong Un oversaw a HUGE exercise in which multiple nuclear-capable rocket launchers were fired.

kim jon un missile test

North Korean state media emphasized that this is a way to “show the country's ability to carry out a preemptive strike” on rival South Korea.

“North Korea has simulated nuclear attacks on South Korea numerous times, but the latest exercises came after increased hostility on the Korean Peninsula due to North Korea's recent failed launch of spy satellites.

The official North Korea Central News Agency reported that the missile drills were intended to demonstrate North Korea's determination not to hesitate in launching a pre-emptive strike on South Korea if it was threatened. It quoted Kim as saying the drills “will serve as an opportunity to clearly demonstrate the consequences our rivals will face if they provoke us.”

Events on the Korean Peninsula always unfold as an endless series of provocations and responses.

This time the exercises came in response to a South Korean air exercise.

North Korea responded angrily to criticism of the launch of its satellites, arguing that the country has the sovereign right to put satellites into orbit.

“Also this week, North Korea flew hundreds of huge balloons into South Korea carrying manure and other waste, reportedly blocking GPS navigation signals in the south. There have been no reports of substantial damage.”

nk missile test on sk tv

For its part, South Korea may resume loudspeaker broadcasts to North Korea.

The sonic weapon for psychological warfare includes criticism of the human rights situation, world news and K-pop songs.

“The North Korean firing exercises appeared to be test launches of short-range ballistic missiles, which South Korea observed from the North Korean capital on Thursday. Experts say North Korea's large artillery missiles blur the line between artillery systems and short-range ballistic missiles because they can create their own thrust and are guided during launch.”

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