North Korea launched a missile on Sunday – and that went about as well as expected. For a bazillionth time, their missile launch failed “almost immediately.”
That came after the communist regime held a military parade the day prior to showcase their military strength. Some foreign journalists couldn’t help but notice that a number of their weapons (missiles in particular) looked fake.
In all fairness, giving us paper-cuts is probably their best bet at this point.
Regardless, as they continue to try to scare us with their military “strength” (generating more laughter than fear in the process), they’re now upping the threats in other areas.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has a diabolical plan in case tensions with the U.S. continue to escalate, according to a defector.
Ung-gil Lee, a former clandestine special operator who escaped the Hermit Kingdom, told The Mail on Sunday that if the United States attacks the isolated nation, “diplomats, tourists and foreign businessmen” in South Korea will be at risk. Lee said his his former unit is trained and prepared to retaliate by kidnapping foreigners from South Korea, bringing them to the North and ultimately killing them.
The defector said that as part of the 11th Storm Corps, he stole across the border into South Korea unnoticed, carrying both traditional weapons and nerve agents in what he called “suicide missions” to capture foreigners. He said that the 11th Storm Corps is only one of several units, ready to act, in the event of an attack by the U.S.
Michael Malice, author of “Dear Reader: The Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jong Il,” told Fox News that the report seems to be in line with what is known about the mysterious regime.
“North Korea has been kidnapping people for literally decades for various reasons,” he said. “They’ve also repeatedly send people to the south to assassinate various people.”
When asked if he had a message for North Korea on Easter, President Trump responded with two words “just behave.” He’s been working with China for them to cut off trade with North Korea, which would further devastate the nation economically (on top of the damage their communist regime has already inflicted).
Vice President Mike Pence was in South Korea over the weekend to show support for them as tensions with North Korea flare. “We’re going to abandon the failed policy of strategic patience. But we’re going to redouble our efforts to bring diplomatic and economic pressure to bear on North Korea. Our hope is that we can resolve this issue peaceably,” Pence said in an interview at the demilitarized zone.
Breitbart reported last week that Seal Team 6 has been deployed to South Korea, with South Korean newspaper JoonhAng Daily reporting that the Seals are simulating drills in which they would take out Kim Jong Un, as well as neutralize their weaponry.
H/T Fox News
Given how North Korea’s threats have played out in the past, they have more to worry about than we do.