North Korea’s dreaded Juche Bird CONFIRMED? Kim ‘gives DATE for his largest missile EVER’

Sunday, December 31, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea has reportedly confirmed the date of the launch of its next major missile test – which could be longed awaited firing of the dreaded Juche Bird.

By Henry Holloway
31st December 2017

Kim Jong-un has personally ordered the launch of a new-type of ICBM that can successfully re-enter the atmosphere, reports Japanese media.

The missile will be based on previous rockets North Korea has launched into space, it was claimed.

Plans for the missile test are linked to reports Kim is preparing for another satellite launch.

And according to a North Korea defector, a date has even been penciled in the diary for the flying of what could be the Juche Bird.

The source claimed Pyongyang is preparing the never-before-seen test for September 9 next year.

This will be the 70th anniversary of the founding of North Korea by Kim’s grandfather Kim Il-Sung.

Japanese media claimed the unnamed defector revealed there was a secret meeting of top North Korea officials on December 11.

In this meeting, Kim ordered the launch of a new missile and demanded the date be set for the country’s platinum anniversary.

This does not mean there will be no tests between then and now, but the date could be a game-changer for a nuclear row raging between the US and North Korea.

Fears rage this could be a dry-run for the dreaded Juche Bird, or even a full-scale test of the devastating weapon.

Juche Bird is the name given by analysts to the theorised test of a live nuclear missile fired into the Pacific.

North Korea has talked up the possibility of such a test, outright promising they would launch the test in a threat to US President Donald Trump at the UN.

Kim would be expected to fire a non-nuclear armed version of the missile first, proving his weapons can fly out the atmosphere and come back down to hit their targets.

The defector claimed the new missile would be based on the 30-metre long Unha-3, a rocket last launched on February 7, 2016, carrying a spy-satellite into Earth’s orbit.

They said Kim will likely launch a satellite first, to test the rocket’s re-entry capability – before readying for the weaponised version on September 9 next year.

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