North Korea successfully launches satellite to bottom of the sea

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North Korean officials today claimed a significant victory for it’s people following the successful launch of a satellite to the bottom of the sea.

The launch, which took place at the Musudan-ri launch site in the north-east, aimed briefly skywards before diverting directly to the surface of the pacific.

“Our scientists and engineers have succeeded in sending satellite ‘Kwangmyongsong-2’ to the bottom of the ocean by way of carrier rocket ‘Unha-2’,” state news agency KCNA reported.

“This is a great day for the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea,” continued the statement.

It is claimed that the now submerged satellite is transmitting the Song of Supreme Commander Kim Jong-un and Song of General Kim Il-sung across the ocean floor – both references to the late founder of North Korea and his grandson, the current leader.

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“The launch went exactly to plan,” insisted a North Korean spokesperson.

“People thought we were trying to put a satellite in space, but there’s already loads and loads of them up there now.

“What would be the point of another one?

“However, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea are the first nation on earth to successfully put a satellite at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.

“Let this be a lesson to the economically failing western nations, Communism works.”