Kim Jong-UN shouts during a public speech

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un presided over a grand parade over the weekend, marking the 75th anniversary of the formation of the ruling Workers' Party and unveiling what appears to be the country's most modern intercontinental. Is a ballistic missile.


Kim Jong-UN shouts during a public speech

But Kim's speech during the ceremony, instead of a triumphant tone, lamented that the young man was tearing apart because he had apologized for his government's failure to improve the lives of the country's poor.


Kim's tears were sharpened by a leader who consolidated power over a secretive dictatorship, held a high-level summit with President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping, and called North Korea a nuclear power. Given


Kim's government faces international sanctions, natural disasters and the COVID-19 epidemic, although the dictator reiterated on Saturday that the country has no corona virus. Kim referred to the challenges as "three difficulties" during Saturday's speech.


The pressure was felt’ Saturday when Kim removed his glasses to wipe tears from his eyes during his speech. Public sentiment may have been shaped’ by the sympathy of the North Korean people.


"Our people are as high in the sky and as deep as the sea, I've trusted them, but I've always failed to live a satisfying life. I'm really sorry about that," Kim said. Said


"Although I have been entrusted with the important responsibility of leading this country because of the comrades of this great country, Kim Sung and Kim Jong IL, but thanks to the trust of all the people, my efforts and sincerity to deliver our people that’s not enough. The difficulties in their lives. "


Kim ended his speech by promising to hold his government accountable. He said, "I will make sure that all party organizations, the government and the ruling party and the military make the toughest demands on themselves, work hard and work sincerely for their people and for their future." To bring a better tomorrow, "he said.


Pyongyang used the military parade to unveil what appears to be North Korea's most advanced intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). In 2018, despite a surprise agreement between North Korea, South Korea and the United States, Pyongyang is believed to have continued its nuclear and ICBM research.


Kim has maintained efficiency in testing, but it is believed’ that there are dozens of large-scale nuclear warheads in the north and that the ICBM is able to reach Pyongyang, the US president of the subcontinent.


Kim said in January that his government was "working on a state-of-the-art weapons system that only modern countries have." The missile, which will be unveiled this weekend, looks bigger than its current two-stage, liquid-fueled ICBM long-range missile - the first test of the Hwaseong-15 2017,000,000. Miles was done in 2017.


Harry Kazianis, senior director of Korean studies at the Center for National Interests, said the missile was "clearer and more powerful" than anything else in North Korea's current arsenal.


The Kazianis said the missile could allow the North to deploy large nuclear weapons on its ICBM, use "infiltration" to defeat US missile defenses, or possibly multiple strikes on a single missile. Head launches, making defense more difficult.


As a result of the latest military parade, Kim was shown’ the world his modern weapon and was able to appeal directly to the people of North Korea. But it also threatens to accelerate the spread of COVID-19 in the country, even as the government denies any active cases.


"Kim Jong-UN has clearly put his people and ultimately himself at great risk because North Korea has very few tools to deal with such a deadly virus because of its health care," Qajian said. The care system is the world's worst threat. "


"Ultimately, this stupid display could test the stability of the government if the virus spreads far and wide, which is probably an unforgivable mistake of historical magnitude. There is no such missile capable of such a threat."


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