Photo shows targets of (impossible) North Korean attack plan on the US: Honolulu, San Diego, Washington DC and Austin

Following the yesterday B-2 Spirit “extended deterrence” mission over South Korea, Kim Jong Un has approved an attack plan on targets located in the Pacific and mainland U.S.

Photos published in KCNA state agency and other Korean and foreign websites, showing North Korea’s leader during a military meeting allegedly held early on Mar. 29, U.S. targets are deliberately visibile.

Provided North Korea has really the capability to reach those targets with its rockets (note: it hasn’t), the places threatened by the “U.S. Mainland Strike Plan” [미본토타격계획] should be: San Diego, Washington DC, Austin and Honolulu.

Considered that North Korea’s (geriatric) military is not believed to be capable to hit targets at intercontinental distances, it is safe to say that pictures showing attack plan maps were released for domestic propaganda purposes as a sort of retaliation for the Mar. 28 show of force by the stealth Batwing Bomber.

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