Russia Gave North Korea a Mystery Missile for Christmas?

Russia Gave North Korea a Mystery Missile for Christmas?

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North Korean missile poses pretty significant problem for the US?

 

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In last weeks Thursday parade, North Korea once again snubbed Trump and his America by showing off some type of “mystery missile.”

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This little gem almost slipped right by because as in the case with quite a few men, size matters so, the focus was on the larger more spectacular missiles, the Hwasong-14 and Hwasong-15.

At any rate once someone actually took the time to notice the smaller missile, it created a lot of talk around town.

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That of course sparked quite a bit of speculation and, well some seem to feel that it is a Russian inspired missile, which is leading many to further speculate that Russia is in fact, providing some much needed assistance to the impoverished North Korean nation.

I know that I have said this before, Russia is in fact the slut of the world, Russia tends to help those that they can most benefit from, in this case Russia would for instance benefit from North Korea starting or going to war with America and her allies.

Think about it, why would Russia want to actually start a war with any country themselves?

It is much safer for them to actually fund the war rather than to start it right? And by fund it in this particular case, all Russia has to do is provide the needed technology, the weapons, and a sprinkle of encouragement.

The reality is, no one wants to actually get into bed with Russia, everyone just likes the idea of it so it is only natural that North Korea of all of the countries would actually take the bait, I mean Russia does have a bit of a history helping North Korea out on the down low as it is.

The mystery missile appears to resemble the Russian Iskander missile, which is what caused so much speculation.

The mainstream media has run with the idea as if it were fact that, Russia is just handing North Korea Missiles like one would hand a child candy.

Given Russia’s history however, in terms of her relationship with nations that so desire war with the rest of the world, it isn’t hard to see how or why the media came to that conclusion.

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It would be of a great benefit for Russia if North Korea went to war with anyone in the world but most in particular with the US because Russia has rather blatantly already picked a side, and that side is not with America or her allies.

As for North Korea and the newest missile, so what if they had a little help from Russia in the development of the Missile, the good news is that North Korea still has absolutely no intention of actually starting a war by firing a missile at anyone, they have already proven that any threats are nothing more or less than that.

Not to mention, of the test missiles they have actually fired, we’ve seen quite a bit in the way of real performance issues, so it is highly doubtful that any of North Korea’s toys could actually hit a real target.

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I mean, they did hit one of their own cities once so…

North Korea is well aware of the fact that world likes drama, so they feed into it with idea’s and threats yet, they lack any and all actual intention.

 

For a nation such as Russia, war is a business, for a nation such as North Korea it is the very same notion as the empty threat, more of a suicidal cry for help, hence merely attention seeking and nothing more than that.

Cristal M Clark

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