7/08/2006

North Korea targets Hawaii and PM Harper

Unnamed Japanese and U.S. officials have reported that one of the missiles North Korea launched this week was aimed at a small island one mile off the coast of Hawaii. The missile launched on the 4th of July was much stronger and more sophisticated then previous missile launched by North Korea in the past. If it had not malfunctioned, it apparently would have landed on the designated target.

The missile, called the Taepodong-2, has a range of more than nine thousand miles and is capable of reaching parts of the United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada.

The United States is not the only target the North Korean dictator has. He has also made repeated threats of missile strikes against Canadian interests. Kim Jong IL as gone as far as stating he has spies in Canada updating him on Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s every move.

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