Welcome Back to the News, North Korea!

by eluxenberg on December 10, 2015 - 12:42pm

So after almost a year of not trending on Twitter, North Korea decided to anounce that they have a hold of a hydrogen bomb. What does this mean? Well, for one, this means that North Korea's nuclear program has taken a GIANT step forward. Not good, because they have been threatening the USA and South Korea with these bombs for years. Hydrogen bombs are deadly and the fact that North Korea is capable of develloping one is very bad news. However, experts say that North Korea is actually lying. They have a history of not telling the truth all the time, so it's reasonable to be sceptical. But why would they lie? Well, it scares and intimidates all of their enemies. It also puts them back in the media, making the public even more scared and spreading the word of their intentions. North Korea is very dangerous, and they want to make sure the world knows this.

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Honestly, at this point no thing North Korea says should be taken very seriously. They have had countless empty threats and claiming they have all these bombs and they will attack the United States. Now, they have a hydrogen bomb? Just like experts say, I also believe North Korea is lying and until they release proof I will not feel threatened.

There are so many previous cases about North Korea stating one thing, meanwhile, it's not even close to true. I believe that North Korea just wants attention from the world, and the only way they can do this is by releasing "threats" which end up to be nothing. Don't you find it weird how whenever North Korea starts to lose it's attention, they release new information about how they are the all-powerful, meanwhile they've never done anything yet. I think that the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-Un, is just an adult size baby who is selfish and wants all the attention he can get.

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