Were The Missiles In North Korea’s Parade Fake And Actually Wooden Boxes?
North Korea advertised their military might during a parade on Saturday to celebrate 105 years since the country’s founder, Kim Il-sung, was born. The celebration boasted submarine-launched ballistic missiles as well as possible intercontinental ballistic missiles. But did they really? There are many who believe that the missiles flaunted during the parade are fake and merely wooden boxes. That would explain why they can’t launch a missile for shit in North Korea.
Kim Jong Un invited the world’s media to Saturday’s parade to showcase Pyongyang’s military arsenal, but that may backfire like a North Korea missile launch.
Chad O’Carroll, managing director of specialist service NK News, was one of many who noticed that the nose cone of one of the missiles was misaligned. Also, the boosters on the missile seem to be bent too.
O’Carroll also observed that the missiles “wobbled quite noticeably.” Missiles shouldn’t wobble.