North Korea Confirmed To Have Weapons Capable of Reaching Japan and Guam

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Thanks to experts from South Korea and Japan, North Korea is confirmed to have developed the technology to deliver a “hypersonic warhead” to Japan and Guam. Identified as an intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM), it flew into the Sea of Japan on the east side of the islands. Landing in the water without any damage caused, it is just another in the laundry list of provocations by leader Kim Jong-Un since Biden took office.

Given the three documented ballistic missile tests, the country looks to be preparing for another armed conflict. Kim’s regime has also provided unconfirmed reports that the nation is developing a nuclear weapons system designed for underwater launches. They are also persistently claiming to have some of the most advanced tanks in the world, and now they are begging for some attention to be paid to them.

Since taking office Biden has been giving Kim nothing but disrespect and ignoring him. While Trump tried to reason with the dictator and get him to see the faults in his ways by coming to the negotiating table, Biden has consistently refused any discussions. In turn, the hermit regime is lashing out for the attention it craves. For what it’s worth, Kim has said he will do everything he can to destabilize South Korea, and that unification is no longer possible.

South Korean news outlet Yonhap published reports from South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) confirmation of the IRBM. Per the JCS documentation of the launch, it traveled for less than 10 minutes before splashing down. “North Korea appears to have put a hypersonic warhead on top of the delivery system used in the engine test last month,” an anonymous military source was quoted as saying.