Kim Jong-un vows to make Trump pay, calls him 'mentally deranged'


Kim Jong-un vows to make Trump pay, calls him 'mentally deranged'

Barnaby Joyce says Kim Jong Un would be insane to test a hydrogen bomb in Pacific.

Hours later, North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-Ho - who was in NY for the General Assembly - told reporters that "this could mean the most powerful test of a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean ".

Mr Joyce was initially speechless when asked about the threat and said he was anxious for the region.

Pyongyang's stated aim is to be able to target the United States mainland and the nation has flaunted the advances in its weapons programme in recent weeks, with the September test of what it said was a miniaturised H-bomb capable of being loaded onto a rocket.

North Korea may test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean, South Korean experts say, following a statement from Pyongyang the country is ready to take its nuclear weapons program to the next level.

The action came just days after President Donald Trump threatened to totally destroy North Korea, should the United States be forced to defend itself or our allies.

A handful of North Korea analysts believe that this is the first time Kim Jong Un has ever released a first-person statement.

"They're testing a mechanism to incinerate human beings. give people disease from radiation, to partially burn human bodies".

However, speaking to the Reuters news agency, two senior South Korean diplomats expressed concern that Trump's rhetoric could provoke North Korea to launch an attack.

"I will surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged USA dotard with fire", Kim said.

He blasted Trump's maiden speech to the UN General Assembly as "unprecedented, rude and nonsense".

With North Korea's growing nuclear programme, unbridled missile tests, and the US' threats of military action, a highly plausible prospect of a nuclear war looms over the world.

North Korea responded to President Trump's latest "Rocket Man" jab and obliteration threats this week at the United Nations General Assembly by vowing to "surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged USA dotard with fire".

In his address to the United Nations on Tuesday, President Trump threatened to "totally destroy" North Korea.

"We must not sleepwalk our way into war", said Guterres at the annual summit of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in NY.

He also insulted Kim by calling him a "rocket man" on a "suicide mission".

But Kim Jong-un's grip on authority is much weaker, so he HAS to show a strong response to Trump's comments.