North Korean leader Kim’s H-bomb claim draws skepticism

by Reuters  |  published on December 11, 2015

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Thursday appeared to say his country has developed a hydrogen bomb, a step up from the less powerful atomic bomb, but the United States and outside experts were skeptical.

Kim made the comments as he toured the Phyongchon Revolutionary Site, which marks the feats of his father who died in 2011 and his grandfather, state founder and eternal president, Kim Il Sung, the official KCNA news agency said.

The work of Kim Il Sung “turned the DPRK into a powerful nuclear weapons state ready to detonate a self-reliant A-bomb and H-bomb to reliably defend its sovereignty and the dignity of the nation,” KCNA quoted Kim Jong Un as saying.

  • Kent2012

    well now kimshee ahole un will stuff some cave with 100 boxcars full of nitroglycerin and as much dynamite as he can find ans set it off…probably will create a tidal wave that will hit Tokyo and scare the poop out of the Japanese..oh and the parasites and the coffee shop socialists here in the US will blame George W. Bush and Donald Trump…

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