North Korea has pushed tensions to a new high in their recent mocking of the United States over the false missile alert accidentally issued by Hawaii. The tyrannical regime claims that Americans are “trembling with fear” in the wake of Hawaii’s mistake.
In case you haven’t heard by now, the state of Hawaii accidentally sent out an emergency alert which stated there was an incoming missile. Hawaiians were seen shoving their children in storm drains and in a state of panic until they were assured that the warning was a mistake. And now, North Korea is mocking the state of fear experienced by those living in the island state.
According to Fox News, in one of its typically bombastic statements, the state-run Korean Central News Agency scoffed at the U.S. for the January 13 alert Hawaii’s Emergency Management Agency accidentally sent out to residents stating a ballistic missile was heading to the island.
“The U.S.…is now on jitters, being seized by ‘fear of the north’s missiles.’ A ballistic missile threat warning was released throughout Hawaii, U.S. by a mistake recently,” Tuesday’s statement said. “It is none other than the U.S. which is trembling with fear, stricken by extreme horror and pressure even by a single message and by a flash in the sky.”
“The mindset of the panic-stricken Americans is that the higher the level of confrontation with the DPRK [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea], the world-level nuclear power and a rocket power, the higher the level of disaster to be inflicted upon them,” the statement said.
The statement from North Korea also warned about a “higher level of disaster” that would be inflicted on Americans if officials within the United States engaged in any further confrontation with Kim Jong Un’s dictatorial regime.
North Korea is known for their outlandish statements. They have once said that Donald Trump is sentenced to death for hurting the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK.