North Korea’s dreaded Juche Bird: Is THIS when Kim will fire his next missile?

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea has not fired a missile in 60 days – but could he be priming to unleash the dreaded Juche Bird?

By Henry Holloway
15th November 2017

Kim Jong-un has not tested a missile or nuclear weapon since September 15 when he horrifyingly launched a weapon over Japan.

Since then tensions have appeared to ease following a fiery confrontation between the US and North Korea at the UN.

US President Donald Trump also staged a trip to Asia and coinciding with a massive warship drill near South Korea.

North Korea is feared however to not be easing off its missile programme, but simply entering a routine winter lull in testing.

And the rogue state could be building up to something big for the beginning of 2018.

The Korean People’s Army – Kim’s million man military – carries out winter war drills every year which is usually met with a lack of missile launches.

Over the past five winters, North Korea have only launched five missiles – with none at all being fired in 2013 and 2014.

Van Jackson, from the Center for Strategic Studies, said getting ready for the winter drills involves a “calm before the storm”.

The ex-defence advisor said: “It’s a routine, recurring pattern, which means we should expect a surge in provocations in the early months next year.”

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