A visit to a tire factory may seem like an unusual way to celebrate the launch of the largest ballistic missile in your country.
But days after North Korea tested the Hwasong-15, it showed Kim Jong-un being escorted by the factory that made the tires for the huge rocket-erector-launcher (TEL) vehicle of the rocket.
It occurs when an energetic Pyongyang seems to have increased its rhetoric after the launch, proclaiming "victory" in its nuclear program, and promising "ruthless revenge" against "the insane President Trump" while conducting joint military drills. -EE. UU this week.
Dancing on the streets
Last week's long-range missile launch was followed by the usual show of street dancing and fireworks on North Korea's state television.
Television is full of images of seemingly happy workers in factories promising their loyalty to the Kim family, interspersed with the usual patriotic images of the country's sacred Mount Paektu, a symbol of communist revolution and the claim of the North to be the only true Korea.
But Kim's inspection of the Amnokgang tire factory in Pyongyang received outstanding coverage, with images shown on television many times a day, and it seems to have an important message.
In line with the visit, state media say that the country's nuclear force is now "complete" and declare "victory" in its self-declared battle to build a nuclear missile force.
In general KCNA bombastic said: "Officials and workers brilliantly fulfilled the order given by the Party undertaking a brave production campaign despite bottlenecks and difficulties under the banner of self-sufficiency."
The "bottlenecks and difficulties" here refer to sanctions against North Korea for the very missile program that this factory is supporting.
The observers from North Korea were amazed by the size of the TEL, which surpbaded the Supreme Leader when he "guided" the latest launch of Hwasong-15. the week, and the visit to the tire factory seems to be rubbing the noses of the outside world as a sign of overcoming the sanctions imposed by the UN.
While the North is pleased with its latest release, experts believe that it is still true to be able to put a nuclear warhead on an intercontinental ballistic missile and deliver it accurately against a US city.
& # 39; An abyss of ruin & # 39;
The aftermath of the launch has also prompted North Korea to be more bellicose towards the countries it sees as its enemies.
Pointing to its former colonial occupant Japan, an editorial published by KCNA criticizes the "cult" of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for plans to build his army.
Despite the more than one million of the armed forces of the north, the state news agency says that Tokyo is carrying out "militarist movements to realize the wild scheme to re-invade Korea"
] "His mad impulse of a militaristic car with the backing of the United States will only submerge him in an abyss of ruin," the editorial said.
And it is the United States and Donald Trump by which Pyongyang keeps his most trusted and insulting words.
& # 39; Insane trick & # 39; President Trump
Responding to joint military exercises between the United States and South Korea this week, a spokesperson for the Committee for Peaceful Country Reunification said that "the crazy President Trump is going crazy … stunned by North Korea completing the state nuclear force. "
The military exercises will be followed by "ruthless retaliation," the spokesman said.
Another KCNA report refers to "the greatest glory of Kim Jong-un that frightened the old lunatic Trump and his Pyongyang Foreign Ministry, which on Saturday said that" the Trump team is calling for a nuclear war " , claiming that its missile program exists to "maintain an effective" balance of force "between the US. UU and North Korea.
With North Korea in a state of celebration after its "victory", the eyes of the world are now on how the United States responds to this higher level of threat and insult.
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