North Korea just made a shocking claim… They have a hydrogen bomb connected to a ballistic missile, and they are ready to send it to New York City… in the heart of Manhattan.
American intelligence officials claim North Korea is exaggerating their technical abilities to launch an attack. This is horrible!
North Korea has warned it could ‘burn Manhattan down to ashes’ by firing a hydrogen bomb in to the heart of New York City.
Kim Jong UN’s regime said it was capable of sending the weapon to America’s East Coast using one of its ‘intercontinental ballistic missiles’.
Pyongyang’s state-run media outlet claimed the country’s hydrogen bomb was ‘much bigger than the one developed by the Soviet Union’.
The Washington Post quotes DPRK Today as saying: ‘Our hydrogen bomb is much bigger than the one developed by the Soviet Union.
‘If this H-bomb were to be mounted on an intercontinental ballistic missile and fall on Manhattan in New York City, all the people there would be killed immediately and the city would burn down to ashes.’
DPRK Today say it bases its report on information from a nuclear scientist named Cho Hyong Il.
Many experts remain skeptical of North Korea’s technical capabilities.
But the latest claims come two months after the country conducted its fourth nuclear test, followed by its launching of a long-range missile the following month.
Today, the United Nations human rights investigator called for Kim Jong Un and senior officials to be prosecuted for committing crimes against humanity.
Marzuki Darusman said North Korea was devoting huge resources to developing nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction while many of its citizens lack sufficient food.
Via Daily Mail
North Korea has shown itself willing to commit the worst kind of human rights abuses, and continue to run political prison camps where inmates are tortured and treated like slaves. It is a dangerous regime, and we do not have someone in the White House willing to stand up to this despotic regime!
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