Kim Jong’s New Toy Missiles Can Hit What?

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North Korea Stirs the Pot with Kim Jong's New Toy Missiles

We must conclude that  Kim Jong-un  (# 2) , the revered leader of North Korea,  doesn't want any friends. Or thinks he doesn't need any.  North Korea has once again  stirred the pot and raised red flags everywhere with Kim Jong's new toy missiles.  Korean versions of ICBMs  have been once again been  test-fired, successfully, setting the world on edge.  Red flags were raised internationally when Kim Jong announced that long-distance launches on the U.S. territory of Guam were supposed to be his next target, which would precipitate an understandable and in kind response  from U.S. President Donald Trump.

 Kim Jong's new toy missiles can  hit  what?  Really...

The latest test was pushed to an altitude of 3700km and at that steep angle and  altitude, a range of 1,000 km was achieved.   A matter of simple physics, it hasn't taken the world long to do the rest of the math.  Toronto and perhaps half of the continental United States is now within range of Kim Jong's new toy missiles. How concerned should the world be at this time?  Very. Kim has announced that NK is now capable of mounting small nukes on the same missiles.  The resulting hit on any population would be disastrous. Is the world suddenly  at risk of a nuclear war because of this madman? Not impossible.

Kim Jong II  displays instability, a reckless abandonment of responsibility to the world of nations —and disregard for humanity itself.

Have you noticed how Kim claps like an excited child when his  soldiers are paraded past, or his toys  are launched?   **We would not be surprised if Kim  would clap equally enthusiastically sitting  in a sandbox  with Justin in Canada, both dramatically knocking down sand castles, comparing  pee-pee's, and playing with plastic pails, shovels,  toys whilst taking grinning ga-ga selfies.

**It seems Kim and Justin  have much in common; both display childish, unhappy, gigantic egos,  and appear to have equally unstable, unpredictable minds  The only differences is that Kimmy has bad hair,  a million-man standing army, murders uncooperative  relatives,   and  does not have a sock fetish.  Yet, that is. (Oops, yes, we do tend to digress upon occasion. Is it any wonder?)


Kim Jong's new toy missiles can hit what? Where? 

ICBM's can hit a lot. Far away, too.  And do a lot of damage, especially if equipped with nuclear warheads.   They can be used to strike almost anywhere on the globe if trajectory is perfected and both power and accuracy issues are resolved. Innocent populations, cities, and infrastructure can all be destroyed at the push of a button by any madman.    Try these distances from Pyongyang, North Korea,  to North American and major international cities and sites for purposes of comparison:


From: North Korea to Toronto,  it is:                10, 288 km.

From North Korea to Vancouver, it is:                  7733  km

From N. Korea to *Fort MacMurray it is:             7893 km.

From N. Korea to Calgary  it is :                               8,225 km.

*Why is Fort MacMurray included in this list?  The crippling of  major energy sources  and self-sufficiency of an 'enemy'  can be a significantly desirable advantage  in times of international warfare.


To The United States

From N. Korea to Honolulu, Hawaii it is                7,386 km

From N. Korea to Chicago, it is                            10, 205 km

From N. Korea to Washington, it is                    10, 850 km

From N. Korea to New York N. Y.  it is               10, 737 km

From N. Korea to Los Angeles it is                         9,343 km

From N. Korea to Missouri  it is                            10, 425 km



From N. Korea to Seoul, South Korea  it is                  194 km

From N. Korea to  London, England     it is                 8687 km

From N. Korea to Tokyo, Japan,  it is :                               1280 km

From N. Korea to Moscow, Russia,  it is                        6400 km

From N. Korea to Paris, France, it is                               8728 km


The all-important Chinese Factor

Can Kim Jong's new toy missiles gob-smack 'big brother in China'?  Yes.  At these distances? ICBM's  and even shorter-range missiles with modern electronic guidance can now achieve these puny  distances easily:

From N. Korea to Beijing, China, it is                               944 km

From N.Korea to Hong Kong, China, it is                      2358 km

China  is clearly and easily within range of the unstable Kim Jong's new toy missiles.  Traditionally  N. Korea's ally, it seems logical that China, now arguably a major world power,  should take responsibility,  move in and  and  immediately remove the unstable Kim's Jong's new toy missiles from his sandbox before Kim does something really stupid.

Will China act?  Not likely, at least not spank Kim in a public forum.   China and N. Korea have been allies. With Kim Jong's extreme commitment to militarism,  his million-man standing army  could come in handy in any dust-up with the U.S.A., Russia, or other major world powers.   China is unlikely to upset Kim Jong with anything other than ancient words of wisdom: "Keep big NK secrets in  fortune cookie and please, no clapping to look like Canada Trudeau-fool".

China's response, by the way,  was "If Kimmie fires any missiles at Guam that initiate, 14 minutes later,  any scuffle with the U.S. of A.,  he would be on his own. "

Isn't that priceless fortune-cookie slap-down  encouraging? 

Only time will tell if Kim Jong's new toy missiles can or will ever hit anything—or even be used to do anything other than delight fools,  help starve more of the  N. Korean economy —or perhaps shoot the arrogant Kim Jong II  in the foot.  How appropriate.

Justin in Canada must be green with envy...



Is that Incoming I hear? 


About Raymond Alexander Kukkee

A published author and freelance writing professional, Raymond lives and writes in Northwestern Ontario.
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