Easter is a time for family, togetherness and appreciation. However, for North Korea, this weekend was an opportunity to show the world its military might. On the 105th birthday of the late Kim Il-sung, the nation’s founder, a procession of weaponry was paraded through Pyongyang.
Amid thousands of soldiers, and plenty of fake smiles, a number of missiles were on display. If taken at face value, it seems that North Korea has a serious arsenal capable of untold destruction and – as Kim Jong-un would have us believe – destabilising Western democracy.
However, following a closely controlled report by the BBC, many are now asking if these weapons are real, while others are openly mocking them for being fake. Over the shoulder of journalist John Sudworth, people think they have spotted a “wonky” missile.
The post People Think That Kim Jong-un’s Missiles Were Not Real Weapons appeared first on Viral Thread.