North Korea claims they plan ‘high-level’ nuclear test aimed at United States

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kim-jong-un-300x225North Korea reportedly claimed on Thursday that they plan to conduct a nuclear test as well as more rocket launches aimed at its “arch-enemy,” the United States.

The veracity of this claim is highly questionable given that North Korea regularly makes threats that they never follow through with, although, as I reported in April of 2012, reports emerged indicating “North Korea allegedly might have a missile which is capable of delivering a payload to the continental United States.”

Those reports were highly dubious since analysts couldn’t even tell if what they observed in imagery captured by satellites was an actual missile or a life-size mock-up.

According to AFP, this latest test is being done in response to new United Nations sanctions, although no timeframe has been provided for the test.

“In the new phase of our century-long struggle against the United States, we do not hide the fact that various satellites, long-range missiles that we will continue to launch and high-level nuclear test we will conduct will target our sworn enemy, the United States,” the North Korean National Defense Commission said in a statement according to reports. The statement was apparently originally reported in English by South Korea’s Yonhap.

The National Defense Commission statement came after the UN Security Council condemned North Korea and expanded sanctions over the rocket launch in December, according to the Associated Press.

While North Korea maintained that the launch was actually just a peaceful satellite mission, Western powers like the United states maintained it was actually a test of long-range missile technology.

According to another Associated Press report, North Korea threatened to wage a “full-fledged confrontation” against the United States over what they call continued hostilities.

After the vote was held to approve expansion of UN sanctions on North Korea, the U.S. ambassador to the UN Susan Rice said, “This resolution demonstrates to North Korea that there are unanimous and significant consequences for its flagrant violation of its obligations under previous resolutions.”

“More importantly, the provisions of this resolution — both new sanctions and the tightening and expanding of existing measures — concretely help to impede the growth of North Korea’s (weapons of mass destruction) program and reduce the threat of proliferation by targeting entities and individuals directly involved in these programs,” Rice said, according to CNN.

The UN Security Council resolution specifically targets a North Korean bank, the North Korean space agency and a handful of other companies. In addition, four individuals were added to the so-called blacklist.

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  • idiotacters

    Time to take out fat boy.

  • Stef

    Funny how we don’t see the usual suspects require immediate military action against this “potential” weapons of mass destruction threat. While Iran has never uttered a direct threat to the US, this asian monkey overtly calls for a nuclear attack on his arch-enemy … yet no call to war.

    Such a joke.

    • Josh

      I agree, why not take some of these countries we supply billions of dollars to, and weapons and fighter plans and make them attack North Korea for us? KICK THEIR ASSES!

    • Lutz

      A war with North Korea is a war with China. And nobody wants that.

  • Ron Jones

    Well. You really want to not hang around very long don’t you? The USA seems to want to do into massive debt before they let anyone mess with them so watch out. You might be getting some drone visits soon.

  • Anonymous

    that’s because it’s alllllll propaganda – of course.

    One of the few countries that haven’t been “toppled over” and forced to a “regime change” to the Central Banking Warfare model – Big Bank.

    Wasn’t Iran one of the last few too?

    So, of course, let’s use the nuclear threat media manipulation.
    The United States of Corporate Media = Mental retardation.

    North Korea, stick to you guns and tell the U.S. to f**K themselves.

  • fake news

    “asian monkey”?

    how stupid are the comments on this false flag post.
    conquer and divide is the tactic.

    shame on daily sheeple. you just became one.

  • Anonymous


    let’s see. will DS censor this one too?

  • Red Scare

    How about we just try to ban N Korea’s missiles? That sure seems to work with everything else. I’m sure N Korea will see the error of their ways and fall back in line (sarcasm).

  • red28

    Looks like they finally have enough phone books to stand on so they can reach the firing button.

  • Jeff

    guns loaded with small nukes are concealed in mountains within striking range of seoul. we cannot possibly get them all.
    seoul is doomed either way.

  • Tom

    Maybe Obama should go over, bow down and kiss the ring, it’s worked so well with other world leaders.

  • The Arizona Patriot

    To hell with seoul or N korea or any other BS that does not help America. We need to take care of our own first.

  • Locus

    Risk assessment low.

    North Korea is steeped in a patriarchal rooster culture which thrives on braggadocio. This rhetoric coming from the NK defense ministry is no different from that of Kruschev’s minions during the cold war. It is to be expected and in itself is not a real threat.

    The United States seems to be hysterically nervous, darting around the world this way and that to stomp on anything that looks like a snake, with a hawkish international press and corporate defense culture that loves to fan both sides. Now they’re pointing at NK and shouting ‘snake!’ and off we go.

    Nuclear weapons are out there on the open market. Long range missile technology is just part of the package available to any modern society. Inevitable and necessary for launching satellites and yes, a reasonable tool of defense against potential invaders.

    It is high time for us to pull our troops back within our borders, disarm the damned drones and get on with the business of rebuilding our industrial base and economy to become self-sufficient, once more. Disband the spooky Department of International False Flag Meddling.

    And of course — be prepared to meet any -real- attack or clear and present danger with a show of hellwind and overwhelming force.


    “If we think that we can do what we want around the world and not incite hatred, then we have a problem. They don’t come here to attack us because we’re rich and we’re free. They come and they attack us because we’re over there.” ~~Ron Paul to Giuliani who just did not get it.

  • Cody

    He looks like his father. I wonder if he also likes watching cartoons in the nude with 16 year old girls while drinking good scotch whiskey.

    His father was quite the party boy.

    • Anonymous

      and how about the pedophile ring in your own congress.

  • Anonymous

    And the United States of Drone Murder and NDAA doesn’t have
    ANY, ANY nukes pointed at ANY state in this world?


    USA = hypocritcical, childish, dictator.

    It’s a ‘free market” – if US of Corporation can have nukes, then so can any other country.

    US of Corporation and Genocidal and Zionist Israel are the only two countries that have utilitized the nuking of other countries.

    No other has. Not even Korea.

  • Raalf

    North Korea has the same rights to develop nuclear capabilities as any other country. However, that gives them the same expectation of nuclear retaliation as any other country. Their most likely attack would be a nuclear EMP, based on their current technology. ” A space launch gone bad.” Our response should be to change the Korean Peninsula into the South Korean Island.” Just one opinion.

  • Lutz

    “North Korea claims they plan ‘high-level’ nuclear test aimed at United States”

    Translation: We need more foreign aid from the US, who will stupidly give it to us.