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Wednesday, 8 January 2014

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Japan's unarmed practice missile looks similar to America's Blaster 19 Missile.

TOKYO, Japan - The Saki News Agency is reporting that the government of Japan has decided to give North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a bit of his own medicine.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe stated that his country will be launching what it calls an unarmed practice missile toward North Korea.

The missile is a standard, universal type missile but it's had the arming device removed.

The prime minister said that they will fire off the missile on Saturday, January 25, 2014 at 12:02 a.m. (Tokyo time).

The government of Japan has notified the United States, Russia, and China of their intentions and all three nations have given Japan their approval.

Russian President Vladimir Putin told Prime Minister Abe that he would gladly pay the Japanese government $10 million if he gives the order to arm the missile.

SIDENOTE: President Putin gave the Japanese prime minister his assurance that should Kim Jong Un try and retaliate Russia will quickly step in and squash the little fat gnat.

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