"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Thursday, April 5, 2012

N. Korean missiles can hit the U.S.

Can't afford a trip to the South Seas?
Then visit Seattle and get a special suntan courtesy of North Korea.

Communist North Korea's missiles can hit Hawaii, Alaska and the west coast of the U.S.

  • And the morons in the U.S. government effectively subsidize North Korea's military by providing the Communists with "free" food (paid for by the American taxpayer.) 

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is preparing to unveil a missile capable of striking mainland U.S., according to government sources in neighboring South Korea.
The missile has been spotted by reconnaissance satellites on a government base near the North Korean capital Pyongyang reports the UK Daily Mail.
Experts who have analysed footage of the missile say it is 130 feet long and equipped with boosters that would give it a range of 6,200 miles.
Pyongyang is less than 6,000 miles from the coast of California.
According to South Korea's Chosun Ilbo newspaper, experts are unable to confirm if the missile is functional, or a very realistic fake.  But the discovery will concern neighboring countries, already alarmed by Kim Jong-un's plans to launch a rocket in mid April.
Sources believe the Unha-3 rocket is being prepared for launch at the Tongchang-ri aerospace facility in the far north-west of the country.
The launch date, thought to be sometime between April 12 and 16, will coincide with the 100th anniversary of the birth of North Korean founder Kim Il-Sung.
(UK Daily Mail)

March 20 satellite image shows a North Korean rocket launch pad in Tongchang-ri. It's feared the launch will be used to test a long-range missile.

Close-up view of the same launch pad prompted the Japanese Government to assemble troops, weapons and threaten to defend its airspace.

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