North Korea’s Kim says country has miniaturized nuclear warhead

by JACK KIM  |  published on March 9, 2016

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said the country has miniaturised nuclear warheads to be mounted on ballistic missiles and ordered improvements in the power and precision of its arsenal, its state media reported on Wednesday.

Kim has called for his military to be prepared to mount pre-emptive attacks against the United States and South Korea and stand ready to use nuclear weapons, stepping up belligerent rhetoric after coming under new U.N. and bilateral sanctions.

U.S. and South Korean troops began large-scale military drills this week, which the North calls “nuclear war moves” and threatened to respond with an all-out offensive.

Kim’s comments released on Wednesday were his first direct mention of the claim, previously made repeatedly in state media, to have successfully miniaturised a nuclear warhead to be mounted on a ballistic missile, which is widely questioned.

“The nuclear warheads have been standardised to be fit for ballistic missiles by miniaturising them,” KCNA quoted him as saying as he inspected the work of nuclear workers, adding “this can be called true nuclear deterrent.”

  • CharlieSeattle

    Dear Leader, (Porky Pig) looks good in glasses.

  • CharlieSeattle

    North Korea tested its first nuke in W Bush’s 6 th year. Bush did nothing.

  • JoeGway

    Fat boy is full of bluster and bullshit. If you’re going to attack, attack so we can shift the drills to the real thing. China has to be getting sick and tired of this little tinpot moron mouthing off. We head north and China heads south and we’ll meet in the middle.

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