Isle expert dismisses ‘barking’ by N. Korea, U.S.

August 11, 2017

Honolulu Star:

North Korea has been famous for its hyperbole for years.

On Tuesday, a spokesman for the North Korean People’s Army said it was “carefully examining” plans for an “enveloping fire around Guam” with Hwasong-12 ballistic missiles after the “air pirates of Guam” (U.S. B-1 bombers flying over the Korean Peninsula) staged a “madcap drill simulating an actual war.”

On Wednesday, the North said that only “absolute force” would work on President Donald Trump, and plans were being drawn up to fire missiles targeted 19 to 25 miles from Guam.

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