North Korea workers told to make MORE mobile missile launcher in World War 3 preparation

Monday, December 4, 2017
By Paul Martin

KIM JONG-UN has called for increased production of “upgraded” missile parts during a visit to one of his factories.

Mon, Dec 4, 2017

The despotic leader ordered the upgrade as inspected the factory which built the tyres used to transport North Korea’s latest intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) to the test site

He outlined its importance to the future of his volatile kingdom after helping North Korea launch a missile capable of hitting the mainland US.

Kim Jong-un said: “The factory must be upgraded to be state-of-the-art one in line with the requirements of the era of the knowledge-based economy.”

North Korea’s most advanced and powerful rocket yet was moved on an 18-wheel transport erector launcher (TEL) that ran on tyres from the factory.

Kim called for an increase in production to meet “the daily-increasing needs in developing the country’s economy and beefing up national defence capabilities.”

As the despot inspected the factory for another one of his eerie photo ops he took the time to praise the “fighting spirit and working manner of the officials and working class who had established the new production process of large-size tire with domestic products, not depending upon imported equipment, in a revolutionary way and in a short time.”

He claimed the workers had made the “new-type large-size tires, far superior to imports in their physical and mechanical properties.”

North Korean English language news said: “He gave the task of manufacturing without fail the large-size tire for the 9-axis self-propelled launching vehicle of our own style to the factory in September.”

News of Kim’s visit comes as officials warn his arsenal could soon have a viable nuclear-armed missile that could hit Washington DC.

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