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July Fourth is fast approaching, if you have not made plans for USA's Independence Celebration, I am letting you in on the Firework display of the century. Master FIreworks dictator Kim Jong-Il is getting ready to celebrate the USA's birthday with a display that has not been seen since USA tested nuclear bombs on Bikini atoll in Operation Castle on March 1, 1954. But Dr. Kim is promising just a breathtaking display as the Bikini atoll spectacular in 1954. In fact, Dr. Kim tested four short range missiles today in preparation of the be all and end all firework spectacular in Hawaii.
Myself being a recent traveler to Obama Land, I wanted to give those who are considering the trek to Honolulu, Hawaii the best location to view Kim Jong-Il's Firework Spectacular. The best vantage point is Diamond Head. It is a little known fact that you can actually hike Diamond Head. Do not fret, the hike up will take around an hour, unless you look like me, than 1.5 hours. The hike is .7 miles and at the summit you are 760 feet above sea level. The trail is unpaved, uneven, and rocks may be loose and slippery in places. There is a 225 foot unlit tunnel you must ascend that involves part of 271 steps that you must climb to get to the summit, you must also climb a spiral staircase inside an unlit bunker. The hike is classified easy to moderate, but once on top the view is majestic, take my word and I offer a picture as proof:
THE VIEW TOP DIAMOND HEAD SUMMIT
This is the vantage point to watch North Korea's July 4th Fireworks Spectacular Over Hawaii. This is the best place to be to take it all in. Guess what? if things do go haywire and Dr. Kim goes a little crazy, you also have several bunkers at your disposal. If you want to do it right book a Hawaiian Air flight today and make sure your on the summit of Diamond Head to view the show. Here, is a preview of the fireworks Kim Jong-Il has in his arsenal to make sure that it is the be all to end all fireworks show. 행복은 7월 4일 !!!!! (Happy 4th of July!!!!!)
A look at North Korea's missile arsenal
By The Associated Press –
A look at North Korea's missile arsenal:
TAEPODONG: This group of rockets is the pinnacle of North Korea's missile technology. Pyongyang claims they are space launch vehicles (SLVs) to launch satellites as part of a peaceful space program. Satellite and missile technologies are interchangeable.
ADVANCED TAEPODONG-2: Under development. Potential range: about 5,000 miles (8,000 kilometers), putting the U.S. west coast, Hawaii, Australia and eastern Europe within striking distance.
TAEPODONG-2: Three-stage rocket with potential range of more than 4,100 miles (6,700 kilometers), putting Alaska within striking distance. First two stages are liquid-fueled, while the third is believed to be solid-fueled. Iranian engineers are thought to have observed a 2006 launch that fizzled soon after liftoff. Cooperation with Iran has been extensive; Iran's Safir-Omid space launch vehicle owes much to the Taepodong.
TAEPODONG-1: Estimated range of 1,550 miles (2,500 kilometers), twice as far as earlier Rodong missile, according to South Korea. North is believed to have test-launched the missile in August 1998. Launch shocked the world because it was well beyond North Korea's known capability at the time. Both lower stages are liquid-fueled, with a potential solid-fuel third stage. Payload is thought to be about 1,100 pounds (500 kilograms). Accuracy is believed poor, with no meaningful strike capability.
NEW MISSILE: North Korea has fielded a new intermediate range ballistic missile, according to South Korea's Defense Ministry. With a range of 1,800 miles (3,000 kilometers), it would almost reach Guam. Much of China and parts of Russia and the Philippines are also within striking range. North Korea reportedly used Russian SS-N-6 submarine-launched ballistic missile technology for the mobile, land-based missile. It reportedly is liquid-fueled with one or two stages. Some reports say North Korea put the new missile on display during a 2007 military parade. Accuracy is unknown.
RODONG: Japan is the likely target of this short-range missile. Rodong is almost identical to Iran's Shahab-3 and Pakistan's Ghauri II (Hatf V), the strongest evidence of the countries' collaboration and of North Korean sale of technology and missile equipment to others. All three countries continue to refine the design. Estimated range of 620 to 930 miles (1,000 to 1,500 kilometers) and maximum payload of 2,200 pounds (1,000 kilograms). They are single-stage, liquid-fuel missiles on mobile launchers. Most have fairly poor accuracy, though some may have been fitted with warhead separation and more modern guidance systems.
SCUD: Single stage, liquid-fueled missile with a range of up to 500 miles (800 kilometers). Known in North Korea by the name Hwasong, the SCUD B and SCUD C can reach only South Korea, but the SCUD D could target Japan. Accuracy is extremely poor. Ballistic missile programs in Pakistan and Iran were built on SCUD technology.
Sources: STRATFOR global intelligence, South Korea's Defense Ministry, with reporting by Carley Petesch in New York and Jae-soon Chang in Seoul.