As Americans prepare for the joy of the Christmas holiday, some within the US military are scrambling to discern exactly what North Korea meant when they offered to send the nation a “Christmas gift”.
The DPRK, led by dynastic dictator Kim Jong Un, has been playing a game of aggression and capitulation for decades in an attempt to weasel his way out of international sanctions against his impoverished nation. As the latest round of diplomatic talks between North Korea and the United States falter, Dear Leader has made some wild threats, including a recent holiday allusion that could foretell a major military maneuver.
A new satellite image of a factory where North Korea makes military equipment used to launch long-range missiles shows the construction of a new structure.
One of the satellite images taken on Dec. 19 shows the completion of a new structure at the March 16 Factory near Pyongyang, where North Korea is believed to be developing and manufacturing vehicles used as mobile launchers for long-range ballistic missiles.
There is truly no telling what Kim is up to, or whether or not whatever he’s cooking up will even come to fruition given North Korea’s long history of failed military testing.
The Pentagon is said to be on “high alert” for the possibility that North Korea could attempt either a long range ballistic missile launch, or perhaps even a nuclear test.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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