Experts claim North Korea’s missiles on display were FAKE after noticing this

A few days ago in North Korea, a military parade to display military power was held in Pyongyang to commemorate the 105th birthday of Kim II-sung, the founder of the nation. However, several reports are circulating that suspect the rockets on display were duds.

image: BBC

As BBC’s John Sudworth was reporting the event, a series of military vehicles began to pass him. Most notably, a truck was carrying a rocket with a slightly askew nose cone, pointing upwards. This small but critically important aerodynamic detail led many to believe the weapon was a dummy.

Conflicting reports say that the tilt is actually normal for a booster stage rocket attached to a main rocket system.

image: DailyMail.com

Twitter was first to notice this anomaly and it erupted about how the missiles on display were fake. Check out some of the comments below, via The Daily Mail:

Despite North Korea not launching any of their weapons during yesterday’s event, it did showcase them during the military parade – serving as some sort of float so to speak.

Many experts are theorizing that the parade included a new series of short-range missiles which most likely will be used as the country’s defense for their shoreline.

Additionally, North Korea revealed their latest submarine-launched missile, which bears similarities to the same missiles that can be launched from land-based launchers, which operate on solid fuel and pose as a hard object to find and destroy before they even fire.

image: CNN

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