Wednesday, June 1, 2016

North Korea Successfully Test Crashes Ballistic Missile


Pyongyang - The North Korean Peoples Ministry of Truth told MFNS today the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea's military announced the fourth in a series of successful Test Crashes of a intermediate-range Musudan ballistic missile.   

The missile was test-fired from the eastern city of Wonsan at 5:20AM Tuesday. The missile flew gloriously for the required four seconds and was then test crashed. 

According to the Ministry of Truth, "this was the latest in a string of missile crash tests to insure the structural integrity of the the world's most advanced defensive weapon system." It was also a "clear message to the aggressive ambitions and belligerent threatening rhetoric of the Big Eared Imperialist Warmongering Leader of the West of the rapid advancement and superiority of North Korea Peoples Military technology."