By Mike Adams
Dec 7, 2012
A prominent South Korean news agency is reporting that North Korea is only one week away from having a long-range rocket capable of reaching California.
“North Korea is believed to have completed the installation of a long-range rocket on the launch pad” at the Dongchang-ri base in the country’s northwest, reports Yonhap News Agency in South Korea.
According to the Yonhap report, the North Korean Unha-3 rocket has an estimated range of about 10,000 km (6,200 miles). The circumference of the Earth is only 25,000 miles.
Also within range of North Korea’s new rocket is Japan, Taiwan, China, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Russia, Alaska and Western Canada.
North Korea already possesses nuclear warhead capability
It is well established that North Korea has nuclear weapons. The police state nation of brainwashed cult followers first announced nuclear weapons in 2009. By the year 2015, it will have enough nuclear fuel to build 48 nuclear weapons, reports The Telegraph (UK).
North Korea is led by a delusional cult leader who is literally worshipped by his followers as a God. The “supreme leader” Kim Jong-un demands total obedience from his countrymen and has dissenters arrested and imprisoned in much the same way that is currently outlined in President Obama’s NDAA.