North Korea Missile Launch

by alexRN on December 5, 2017 - 8:50pm

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This article talks about what several commercial flights have witnessed when flying near North Korea’s airspace on November 29th, 2017. So far, 3 USA-China flights have reported and commented on what they say looked like missiles in provenance of North Korea and exploded near their position at the time. Since then it has been confirmed that it was in fact North Korean missiles but according to the government in question they were rockets aimed at the atmosphere and the explosion was the separation of the different parts of said rockets. However, it has been reported that North Korea has been doing some unannounced missile tests in the pacific for years and their hatred for the USA is well known to everyone, this hatred is the main reason why people aboard the 3 plains who commented on the situation said that they feared for their lives and thought that they wouldn't even make it to Hong Kung. The fact that the missiles’s launch was celebrated by a military parade in the heart of Pyongyang only reinforces the speculations that these were in fact ballistic warheads although their intended target still remains unknown to everyone but the North Korean government. In my opinion we should tolerate these spontaneous, unannounced missiles tests, especially from a nation that is openly xenophobic and isn't afraid to tell the whole world of their intentions of eventually delaying war on one of the most powerful countries in the world. I am not suggesting open war, but at this point something has to be done in order to prevent such an unpredictable and warmongering government from being able to launch deadly ballistic warheads. I think that new policies must be taken against North Korea in order for them to truly feel any consequences for their actions, if it has not been done before, I believe that other countries should cut trades with the oppressing government as soon as possible, in order to do the most damage to the North Korean economy, considering their mostly internal economy I don't know just how much this would work, but it is the best we can do.

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