North Korea Military Parade. Noma sanaaa!

[SIZE=6]Kim shows off the weapons he believes will ‘annihilate’ the West: North Korean dictator declares he can take on Trump in nuclear war as he surprises experts by revealing new ‘game-changing’ missiles [/SIZE]
By Dailymail.com Reporter and Dave Burke For Mailonline02:58 BST 15 Apr 2017, updated 18:53 BST 15 Apr 2017

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North Korea unveiled ‘game-changer’ ballistic missiles during a display of the country’s military might as Kim Jong-Un warned of an ‘annihilating strike’ if the US attacks.

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Crowds cheered as a missile was driven past the stand where North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and other high ranking officials looked on
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An unidentified rocket is displayed during today’s parade, with experts voicing fears that it could have a range of 9,000 miles
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Arrival: Military vehicles carrying the KN-11 missile - which can be launched from a submarine - and potentially gives the country a limited nuclear second strike capability

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Smiling dictator: Kim Jung-un was noticeably relaxed and appeared happy as he attended the ‘Day of the Sun’ military parade in Kim Il Sung square - which celebrates his grandfather - the founder of North Korea
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Thousands of North Korean troops armed with rifles took part in the show of force, which saw North Korea flaunt sophisticated new military hardware
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North Koreans carry flags in front of statues of the country’s founder Kim Il Sung (left) and late leader Kim Jong Il in Pyongyang today
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Men beat drums as they parade through Kim Il Sung Square during military drills to mark the landmark date
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North Korean soldiers march and shout slogans during a military parade at the ‘Day of the Sun’ to mark the country’s founder’s birth anniversary
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Tanks rolled through the capital city of the secretive state, which was marking the 105th birthday of Kim Jong-un’s late grandfather
Military parade honours 105 years since birth of Kim Il Sung

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North Korean soldiers carry flags as they pass an image of Kim Il Sung as they take part in a parade in capital Pyongyang
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Thousands of troops took part in the parade on a day to mark what would have been the 105th birthday of the country’s founder, Kim Il Sung
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Thousands of troops from the Korean People’s Army (KPA) took part in the parade to mark Day of the Sun in Pyongyang
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North Korea has warned that Donald Trump’s ‘troublemaking’ and ‘aggressive’ tweets have pushed the world to the brink of thermo-nuclear war
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Commandoes wearing camouflage gear were on parade as soldiers yelled out ‘long live’ to celebrate the 105th anniversary of Kim Jong-un’s grandfather’s birthday

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Rows of North Korean soldiers marched through Kim Il-Sung Square today on the national holiday, which marks the 105th anniversary of the nation’s founder’s birth
A total of 56 missiles of 10 different types were displayed, culminating in enormous rockets on articulated trailers and on 16-wheeler vehicles.

Single-engine propeller-powered planes flew in a 105 formation overhead.

However, Melissa Hanham, a senior research associate at the US-based Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, California, said that Pyongyang’s parade did not mean that a missile attack was imminent.

She said: ‘North Korea has a habit of showing off new concepts in parades before they ever test or launch them. It is still early days for these missile designs.’

If the Korean missiles actually work they could have a similar range to a DF-41 Chinese missile, which can fly 9,000 miles, and could hit the continental US. But it’s very unlikely that North Korea has that technology at this stage.

Chad O’Carroll, managing director of specialist service at NK News, said the long-range missiles would be ‘a big game-changer once it is deployed in service’.

However, he added there would be a long testing schedule ahead before a trial launch of the missile itself.

Liquid-fuel missiles also ‘take hours to fuel up and if there is intelligence that they were doing that it would be quite easy to stop it before it was launched’.
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The display of patriotism came on a day which US experts fear could be used to carry out further missile testing in North Korea
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Soldiers march through Pyongyang as officials look on at the celebration event, a national holiday in North Korea
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The celebrations culminated in a mass dance in the heart of North Korean capital Pyongyang, after a display of the nation’s military might
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Women wearing traditional outfits looked jubilant as they passed by despot leader Kim Jong-un at the parade in Pyongyang
In his annual New Year’s address, Kim said North Korea’s preparations for an ICBM launch had ‘reached the final stage’. Recent satellite imagery suggests the country could conduct another underground nuclear test at any time.

Solid fuel ICBMs are a ‘much more difficult threat to prevent’, O’Carroll said, adding that risk was still ‘many many years’ away.

Also on show for the first time was the North’s submarine launch ballistic missiles (SLBM).

Tensions have been mounting in recent weeks, and North Korea has issued several warnings threatening to ‘pulverize’ US troops and retaliate in response to any military action.

Kim Dong-yub, a North Korea expert at Seoul’s Institute for Far Eastern Studies, said the canisters and trucks suggested that the North was developing technology to ‘cold launch’ ICBMs, ejecting them from the canisters before they ignite.

This would allow North Korea to prevent its limited number of ICBM-capable launcher trucks from being damaged during launches and also make the missiles harder to detect after they’re fired, he said.

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‘If the enemies want to wage war with our leaders, we have nothing to fear because we will win,’ said Jon Myon Sop, who works at a bus station.
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Lines of uniformed female soldiers joined in the flamboyant display of patriotism in the heart of the North Korean capital

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Si Trump angeangusha MOAB kadhaa kwa hii parade when everyone is assembled together wamalize hii story

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The only way for Lil’ Kim to survive is to ‘out-crazy’ Donald Trump. Trump has already shown he’s not a rational person, so I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s seriously considering striking North Korea (remember his strange fascination with America’s nuclear weapons?) Kim should therefore up the ante. Keep firing his missiles and testing his nuclear weapons. Maybe even allow a few million North Koreans to ‘escape’ to the borders of China and South Korea. Just give his neighbors a taste of what would happen if his country went to shit. That might make more level headed countries (Japan, South Korea, China) to chicken out of any plan to attack the hermit kingdom.

Not that easy. Akiangusha bomb yoyote North Korea attacks neighbors South Korea and perhaps Japan.

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I was told by a knowledgeable army man that North Korea holds America by the balls. America has huge bombs that cannot help them when fighting North Korea. Because North Korea is only a small country sandwiched between South Korea and China. If America drops a nuclear bomb, it is very likely that it will affect the two neighboring countries.

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Clones

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Deterrence

Very interesting times ahead.

that imagery is evocative of late 1930s NAZI Germany. Is another Korean war in the offing? i hope not. its going to be a mess. I hope sober heads in Washington, Seoul, and Tokyo prevail. You cant trust Trump or Kim.

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I have a feeling that Tokyo will back stab Washington should a war emerge. The Japs cannot forget the Hiroshima Nagasaki shiet.

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this is the country who after sanctions printed US dollars… and deliberately made very high quality notes maybe to send a message to US. why plant coffee to sell to earn foreign exchange? print dem cash… if u think sunnymango is cheating just google “super dollars”

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Missile launch by North Korea fails ‘almost immediately’

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Imagine the logistics involved in assembling and choreographing such a multitude! This one day parade, were it done by Kenya, it could have costed the whole of our last year’s national budget, perhaps even more than 2.3 trillion Kshs!

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He he, cheating?

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Interesting times ahead, how is their economy doing because I guess they are so much embroiled in military and war affairs

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Being a reclusive nation, every aspect of the lives of the citizens is Hard to analyze by outsiders. Then, everyone of all the citizens lives for the government and, therefore, they live on the government.

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Wueeh! A parade of airmen in flying suits? This is a first i think[ATTACH=full]94729[/ATTACH]

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This one also was a FIRST for North Korea. And it is exciting the American press like crazy!

A new rocket – believed to be North Korea’s first ICBM – was displayed in a huge military in Pyongyang this morning.

Kim’s military has been trying to develop a missile capable of reaching mainland America.

And the world may have just got its first look at the new projectile.

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EXTRA LONG: The missile’s length was a clue to its range
A huge truck carrying the missile-shaped object rolled through the main square of the capital in front of the Dear Leader and other top officials of the communist regime, TV footage showed.

South Korean military officials said they regard it as a new type of ICBM.

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FIRST LOOK: The missile may be capable of hitting the US[/I][/I]

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