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It’s only been a week since the world learned of the death of Kim Jong-un and the latest news to have emerged is that the country has been caught cheating and has cheated again. It’s not very often you see so much evidence, and this is certainly not the first time. But there is one instance that really makes it abundantly clear that North Korea is cheating at its own game. As the following video reveals, North Korea has been repeatedly cheating when it comes to the country’s latest atomic bomb test in order to “suck” more attention from its domestic politics, but the test failed to produce any desired results. As the video depicts, the massive explosion of the test was indeed big enough to be heard, but there wasn’t much of a reaction:
It seems that it was simply that the North’s leader Kim Jong-un decided not to go for the big event, instead opting to test the miniaturized hydrogen bomb he successfully tested in February last year. While it may be difficult to comprehend the thoughtlessness of a nation that is known for its hard-line policies, it’s important not to forget that the small nuclear device, one that can fit on an ICBM, is just a small test of a miniaturized weapon’s capabilities and it was only a test, not an actual detonation.
In other words, just because it was a test is no guarantee it was a successful one, just as a test of a small nuclear warhead with an explosive yield of only a few kilotons is unlikely to produce major military damage.
Despite the fact that it failed to gain any significant insight, North Korea did manage to demonstrate it is a nation that is willing to pull off something as audacious as a nuclear weapons test, and it wouldn’t be a surprise if that continues well past the next regime change.
For those that haven’t heard of this particular story, it occurred in February 2002, when the Soviet Union exploded a nuclear weapon in a remote part of Alaska and
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