Humiliated North Korea on verge of HUGE nuclear launch to save face after tunnel collapse

Wednesday, November 1, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea could launch its biggest ever nuclear missile in an attempt to save face after a deadly tunnel collapse.

Wed, Nov 1, 2017

Around 200 people have died at one of North Korea’s nuclear testing after a tunnel collapsed on workers.

The disaster is a major embarrassment for North Korea, laying bare the crumbling state of the hermit state’s testing facilities.

And now one nuclear expert warned despot Kim Jong-un could launch a huge nuclear missile into the Pacific in a show of force.

Joshua Pollack said Kim would push for a provocative “public demonstration” to regain some control.

He said: “North Korean leadership undoubtedly feels pushed into a corner.”

Mr Pollack said Kim could make good on his promise earlier this summer to launch “the most powerful detonation of an H-bomb in the Pacific”.

This would most likely be the ‘Juche Bird’ H-bomb – the most powerful weapon North Korea possesses.

The H-bomb would be launched from the hermit state’s east coast over Japan into the Pacific, where it would explode over the ocean.

It would destroy any living being in the immediate vicinity, sending fallout across a wide area.

And a failed detonation could see the missile come hurtling down onto Japan.

One expert said the prospect was “truly terrifying”.

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