‘If we fire, they will die’: Kim Jong-un accuses Seoul’s ‘scabby sheep’ army of being ‘puppets’ for Donald Trump which can be wiped out by his ‘nuclear striking power’

Monday, September 4, 2017
By Paul Martin

Kim Jong-un has boasted of ‘nuclear striking power’ after describing South Korean troops as ‘scabby sheep’
Dictator’s state-run media accused Seoul of being US ‘puppets’ and warned they face a ‘horrible disaster’
Astonishing photos show South Korea conducting a live-fire exercise simulating an attack on North Korea
Military training simulated a raid on North Korea’s nuclear base and involved long-range and ballistic missiles
It comes after dictator Kim Jong-un conducted Pyongyang’s sixth nuclear test sparking international outrage
The United State has boasted it can launch a ‘massive military response’ to any threats from North Korea

By JULIAN ROBINSON
DAILYMAIL.COM
4 September 2017

Kim Jong-un has accused Seoul’s ‘scabby sheep’ army of being ‘puppets’ for the US – and warned South Korea’s military can be wiped out by his ‘nuclear striking power’.

In a chilling editorial, the dictator’s state-run media warned: ‘If we fire, they will die. This is the inescapable fate of the puppet warmongers.’

The latest sabre-rattling comes after North Korea announced it had successfully tested a nuclear weapon up to ten times more powerful than the Hiroshima bomb that could kill millions of people.

This morning South Korea warned Pyongyang was plotting yet another ballistic test and had made a nuclear bomb small enough to fit in a long-range rocket.

There are fears the tyrant may chose September 9, North Korea’s Day of the Foundation of the Republic, to carry out a spectacular new trial. The same date was chosen last year by North Korea to conduct its fifth nuclear test, marking 68 years since Kim Il-sung came to power.

The US has warned it could launch a ‘massive military response’ to any threats from North Korea. When asked if he planned to attack, Donald Trump replied, ‘We’ll see’, and said he was holding a meeting with his military leaders.

But this morning, Russia warned America against starting a fight with the North, claiming that ‘no country has the right to take unilateral action’ and that a ‘clumsy step can lead to an explosion’.

There was no let-up in the war of words this morning with Pyongyang describing South Korea’s ‘puppet’ army as ‘scabby sheep’ and warning they face ‘world-level military power’. According to CNN reporter Will Ripley, North Korea has also warned the South to ‘stop senseless acts’ or be ‘reduced to ashes’.

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