North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un tests more missiles for ‘real war’ as daughter watches

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has reportedly overseen a terrifying missile test, and called on the military to intensify drills to simulate “real war”.

The deranged autocrat monitored one test designed to simulate the destruction of a military airport, according to Al Jazeera.

Pictures released via state media showed Kim’s young daughter sitting on a chair as she watched the chilling display.

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South Korea’s military said it had detected the launch of “multiple rounds" of rockets "fired from the same region” of North Korea’s west coast on Thursday (March 9).

North Korea’s state news agency KCNA said a unit trained for “strike missions” fired a “powerful volley at the targeted waters” and demonstrated its capability to “counter an actual war”.

“[Kim] stressed that the fire assault sub-units should be strictly prepared for the greatest perfection in carrying out the two strategic missions," a report read.

"That is first to deter war and second to take the initiative in war by steadily intensifying various simulated drills for real war …"

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Leif-Eric Easley, a professor at Ewha University in Seoul told Al Jazeera: "This is likely only the beginning of a series of provocative tests by North Korea.

“Pyongyang is poised to respond aggressively to major US-South Korea defence exercises as well as to President Yoon’s upcoming summits with Prime Minister Kishida and President Biden.

"The Kim regime may order missile firings of longer ranges, attempt a spy satellite launch, demonstrate a solid-fuel engine and perhaps even conduct a nuclear test.”

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Yesterday, we reported the despot's daughter Kim Ju-ae enjoyed a life of luxury despite the country’s food resources being scarce.

According to South Korean National Intelligence Services (NIS), the 10-year-old regularly uses her free time to go horse riding, skiing and swimming.

Her luxurious lifestyle is in stark contrast to the lives of North Koreans she’s one day expected to lead.


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