Kim Jong Un is at it again. According to South Korea’s military, North Korea launched two more short-range ballistic missiles off its east coast on Monday. This is hardly a novel endeavor by North Korea. As RedState reported, the hermit kingdom launched a ballistic missile in November, shortly after threatening a “fiercer” military response to the United States and its increasing cooperation with South Korea and Japan.
And earlier in March, as we also reported:
North Korea responded to the announcement of upcoming joint U.S.-South Korea military drills by simulating an attack on an unspecified South Korean airfield, firing at least six rockets in a live-fire exercise overseen by Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un.
North Korean state-run media reported the news in its typical fawning, stilted manner:
Kim Jong Un, general secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea and president of the State Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, gave field guidance to the Hwasong artillery unit charged with important operational task of the Korean People’s Army on the western front on March 9 and watched a fire assault drill.
The respected Comrade Kim Jong Un was greeted by commanding officers of the unit on the spot.
He highly appreciated that all the service personnel are intensifying their combat…
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