Expert: North Korea Appears To Be Able To Develop Thermonuclear Weapons
On Easter Saturday North Korean illegitimate regime forced its citizens to take part in carefully choreographed show Juche Festival 2017, named after North Korea’s state ideology, to ensure its control and monopoly.
Festival explained by Western media as Birthday of Kim IlSung was in fact a religious act since North Korean ideology declares that there is no god but Kim Ilsung, the country’s “Eternal President”, which makes North Korea the world’s only country governed by an embalmed dead body.
Regime demonstrated its power displaying a few pieces of unseen earlier weaponry from its arsenal during the military parade.
Military experts were surprised by big canisters, which resembled the Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles canisters. “So. The last 30 seconds of missiles shown off at the NorthKorea parade took things to the next level”, senior Editor at Diplomat and military analyst Ankit Panda twitted. “The monster canistered unknown-and-untested (as far as we know) ICBM NorthKorea just revealed”, he stated. Other expert Joe Cirincione, President of Ploughshares Fund and author of Nuclear Nightmares” was not certain whether these missiles were authentic. “Parade unveils several new missile designs & one big surprise: what appears to be at least a mockup of an ICBM”, Cirincione said.
North Korean regime displayed also a new ballistic missile Pukkuksong 1/KN-11 launched from Gorae-class submarine.
Dr. David Albright, president of the Institute for Science and International Security, a Washington-based think tank that has closely followed the North Korean nuclear issue, warned that North Korea aims to develop thermonuclear weapons, which allows weapons developers to create more warheads with less material.
“It is far more likely to be working on one-stage thermonuclear weapons rather than traditional two stage thermonuclear weapons, or “H-Bombs’, Dr. Albright said, a UK website Report UK reported.
According to the expert, By 2020, North Korea will have enough fissile material for 25 to 50 nuclear weapons, but could extend to 60.
Juche religious ideology that was celebrated on Saturday in capital of North Korea characterizes racism. According to its creed the pure Korean race is absolutely virtuous and supreme over other races. Japanese and Americans are being perceived as the most evil nationalities. North Korean propaganda constantly refers to Non-Koreans comparing them to animals, and the death of a non-Korean is always described in a derogatory terms.