Military expert, Michael Pregent, told Fox that he reckons a lot of the weapons that are on display are dummies and that even some of the sunglasses they wear wouldn't be fit for combat.He looked at photos of the parade (such as the ones above and below) and was asked to examine them.He said that he thought that most of the guns were fake and even hinted that some of the people may have been given models in an attempt to threaten the rest of the world.He said: "This was more about sending a message than being combat effective." There were images that appeared to show North Korean 'commandos' who were holding AK-47 assault rifles with attached grenade-launchers.Create your profile now for free, after 30 seconds, you will be ready to find THE ONE...
In March, the UN unanimously passed a resolution expanding the sanctions imposed on the country in a bid to halt the program.
Its banks and companies are also said to provide Pyongyang access to the US-dominated international financial system.
North Korea has come under global condemnation over its nuclear weapons testing and its defiance to advance its program.
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But as it turns out North Korea is a lot richer than we thought, or at the very least has the potential to be.
North Korea has mineral resources estimated to be worth at least trillion, according to Quartz, and the secretive state is sitting on a vast array of mineral resources which remains largely untapped including iron, gold, magnesite, zinc, copper, limestone, molybdenum and graphite.