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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

North Korea: trump has lost his mind, it will be stopped only by force

DPRK authorities commented on the recent statement of US President Donald trump, in which he promised to answer in a fairly aggressive form of nuclear aggression by North Korea in the United States. In particular, the head of the White house has threatened to respond “fire and fury” to the unfriendly actions of Pyongyang.

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According to the Central Telegraph Agency of Korea, in high military circles of North Korea called like “free” statements of the American President is insane.

“Statement by the President of the United States Donald trump describes it as insane… And the prevention of the response of the DPRK “fire and fury” is a nonsense”, – quotes the Pyongyang KCNA.

#BREAKING North Korea says Trump ‘bereft. of reason’: Pyongyang”s KCNA state news agency

— AFP news agency (@AFP) August 9, 2017.

“In this situation, the President of the United States can only affect the absolute power”, – said in high military circles of the DPRK.

It is also known that currently, the military Department of North Korea is developing a plan for the probable missile attack American military bases located on the island of GUAM.

“In August, the plan for the attack on the island of GUAM, where the us air base Andersen naval base APRA Harbor, with the simultaneous launch of four ballistic missiles of average range “And 12″ will be carefully studied and forwarded to the commander, Kim Jong Ynu,” reports the North Korean command, stating that the DPRK will try to “make US an important warning.”


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