Skip to comments.North Korea marks founder's 100th birthday with failed rocket launch
Posted on 04/13/2012 5:03:23 PM PDT by Kaslin
Despite international warnings, North Korea's loopy Communist regime fired off an intercontinental rocket early this morning, local time.
The launch went great.
The flight not so good.
According to American military sources, in less than a minute the controversial rocket broke apart and never left Earth's atmosphere. In the photo above North Korea's Dear Leader Kim Jong Un demonstrates about how high the rocket got.
North Korea claimed the rocket was carrying a weather satellite into space.
For some reason, possibly connected to its chronic lying over many years, Americans, South Koreans and Japanese suspect the launch actually involved a test for an intercontinental ballistic missile. Such a missile could deliver nuclear weapons the North is developing, has stopped developing or might stop developing, depending on President Obama's generosity with food donations.
As with Iran's ongoing development of nuclear weapons, a very patient Democrat Obama so far believes encouragement and sanctions can dissuade such governments from the weapons course.
Internally, the failed rocket was a total bummer for the Kim regime which replaced the Kim regime which replaced the Kim regime.
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Some one will suffer greatly for this outrage.
I’m still waiting for NK to say it was shot down
Call up Billy Clinton.he can fix their problems...again
Many early launches of the US didn’t even get as far as this one, so we shouldn’t celebrate just yet. And if not for a bunch of Nazi scientists, the US may never have gotten there.
They have no food.
What makes them think they can master rockets?
now all they need is for their nuke test to cause more damage than they expect as in goodbye NK.
The wonders of Marxism on display for all the world to see. BTW...the N. Korean people are still STARVING!!!
They couldn’t keep the Long Dong up.
Kim3 needs more kimchi
In this case, North Koreans could alleviate their hunger by taking out the fat guys at the top.
We should recover the payload.
Let the free market recover it if they so desire. NK crap is NK crap.
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