North Korea moves missiles to the coast

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PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA – Another day and another threat from North Korea’s Li’l Kim and the Beastly Boyz.

U.S. officials say North Korea moved musudan missiles and launch components into position to threaten South Korea and Japan. Experts say a test launch could come around April 15, the birth date of ‘Biggy Kim’, Li’l Kim’s grandfather and founder of the country.

The Pentagon is now sending a missile defense system to Guam, which is 2,000 miles east of the Korean peninsula. Two guided missile destroyers have joined warships already in position to shoot down an incoming missile. North Korea probably cannot hit Austin with a nuclear-tipped missile, but it can easily rain hell on our 28,000 troops in South Korea, and doing it without warning.

The US also has deployed a battalion specifically prepared for nuclear, chemical and biological attacks.

North Korean hands think Li’l Kim may be listening to hardliners playing war games in hopes of getting the US and other nations to lift sanctions. And now we have learned that another player has taken the stage.

‘Anonymous’ claims to have hacked North Korea’s Twitter and Flickr accounts and posted a couple of dancers representing the United States and North Korea dancing around each other like a couple of drunks in a cheap bar.

Unfortunately this dance might end with someone getting some unwanted nuke-y.