North Korea held patriotic rallies yesterday and threatened Guam anew
Written by Jennifer Snow on 08/10/2017
Winchester, VA – The Associated Press reports that a giant military rally was held in North Korea yesterday as a sign of unity to the United Nations in their rejection of the new sanctions levied upon them. North Korean General Kim Rak Gyom, head of North Korea’s rocket command, says North Korea is on the verge of finalizing plans to fire mid-range missiles at the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, aiming to strike the waters about 19 to 25 miles from the Island. North Korea referred to President Trump as “bereft of reason,” his threats as “a load of nonsense,” and said, “Only absolute force can work on him.” ABC News reports that Secretary of Defense James Mattis responded that North Korea’s actions “will continue to be grossly overmatched by ours and would lose any arms race or conflict it initiates.”
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