North Korea’s Kim Jong-un launch another failed missile test this week. The timing appears to be in the face of the meeting between the Presidents of China and the United States. There is now some speculation that that failure this week might have an external cause. The usual suspects would most likely include the intelligence agencies of the United States. It is entirely within the realm of possibilities, and no comments can be expected about this.
As Written By Will Worley at Independent:
The failure of a recent North Korean missile test could have been caused by the US, experts have suggested.
A Scud missile was fired yesterday from the eastern city of Simpo, ahead of a key meeting between Donald Trump and Xi Jingping – but crashed into the Sea of Japan after nine minutes.
Soon after, Mr Trump told the Japanese government that “all options were on the table” in dealing with North Korea.
The US has engaged in a programme to sabotage North Korean rocket tests since 2014, known as the ‘left of launch’ strategy.
It was introduced by Barack Obama in an attempt to stem North Korean progress in weapons testing. Cyber warfare and subterfuge is used to damage missile components and functionality.
“There are many things that can go wrong with a missile launch, but it would be impossible to tell from outside if something…….
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