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North Korea accuses South Korea of ​​teaching schoolchildren to pilot killer drones

Another exposure of the "imperialist threat" was published by the North Korean government newspaper Rodong Sinmun (an analogue of the Soviet newspaper Pravda): The South Korean government has set a goal by the end of 2017 to provide every student in the country with their own combat drone, with which children will practice maneuvers, drone piloting skills and air combat practice, preparing for a treacherous dastardly attack on the country of universal happiness of the working people (Editor's note - DPRK) using modern technology of unmanned aerial vehicles.

However, another "exposure of the imperialist vultures of the south" made by North Korean propaganda is more like another hysteria. The South Korean Air Force actually has several types of professional drones to perform various combat (primarily reconnaissance) tasks. But not a single school teaches children how to operate real combat vehicles. Most likely, the propaganda of the DPRK, as it often happens, distorts the facts and passes off as combat drones on which schoolchildren practice hostile actions against their northern neighbor, ordinary toys - the so-called "quadcopter combat drones", the use of which in the last year has acquired the character of mass hysteria among South Koreans. The general hobby of schoolchildren (and often adults men!) with small combat flying robots in South Korea is so massive that from the outside you might really think that every schoolchild has his own “Byrobot”. air combat quadcopters designed and manufactured by the South Korean company Byrobot, which Juche propaganda has listed as a source of deadly threat to the communist regime in the North.

Byrobot Drone Fighter is indeed called "combat", but this is more of a marketing slogan than real combat functionality that can cause real harm to a person. Byrobots are designed only for toy battles with other Byrobot drones. This is a unique air combat game system where all shots are fired by absolutely harmless IR guns. The small size (the drone is no bigger than a CD) and extremely light weight (only 30 grams) make Byrobot completely safe even for home use - it is impossible for them to break a vase, damage furniture, injure a beloved cat or an old granny. And simple control (the drone even has an automatic transmission) really allows you to quickly and effectively learn to fly in an extremely short time. Even children of primary school age are able to master flights and air battles on bayrobots in 10-15 minutes:

Actually, it is precisely in these technological "chips" of bayrobots that the reason for the rapidly gaining momentum in air combat fashion, covering the technologically advanced population of South Korea, lies. In addition to South Korea, where bayrobots have really become a real bestseller among the male population, “combat” quadrocopters are in steadily growing demand in Japan, the USA and, more recently, in Russia. A fashionable toy is no longer bought only for home battles, but also for commercial use - in many countries there are attractions where, for a fee, you can arrange an air battle on bayrobots.

Photos from RC Land combat bayrobot attraction in Latvia

The use of Byrobot entertainment drones for military purposes, as well as for intelligence or military training purposes, was not reported by other sources of information until recently. Apparently, the hidden scenarios for using the popular South Korean bayrobots are known only to the North Korean government propaganda. Which even the mass enthusiasm of the southern neighbors for a fashionable technological toy can be regarded as a serious threat to state security and a sign of obvious hostile plans of world imperialism. Although it is possible that such a “blowing up” of the problem is a deliberate whipping up of hysteria among its own population, part of Pyongyang’s usual regularly flashing military rhetoric, aimed at maintaining the political status quo on the Korean Peninsula, as well as constantly obtaining new economic preferences from Western countries.

Another possible version. Pyongyang's propaganda is preemptively transforming the topic of passion for quadrocopters of southern compatriots into the plane of a military threat in order to distract the people of North Korea from possible thoughts that such cool flying hobbies are simply not available to them.

By the way, almost the only known case of the real use of unmanned aerial vehicles by North Korea against its southern neighbor was the launch of balloons loaded with the contents of soldiers' toilets onto the adjacent territory.

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North Korea accuses South Korea of ​​teaching schoolchildren to pilot killer drones

Another exposure of the "imperialist threat" was published by the North Korean government newspaper Rodong Sinmun (an analogue of the Soviet newspaper Pravda): The South Korean government has set a goal by the end of 2017 to provide every student in the country with their own combat drone, with which children will practice maneuvers, drone piloting skills and air combat practice, preparing for a treacherous dastardly attack on the country of universal happiness of the working people (Editor's note - DPRK) using modern technology of unmanned aerial vehicles.

However, another "exposure of the imperialist vultures of the south" made by North Korean propaganda is more like another hysteria. The South Korean Air Force actually has several types of professional drones to perform various combat (primarily reconnaissance) tasks. But not a single school teaches children how to operate real combat vehicles. Most likely, the propaganda of the DPRK, as it often happens, distorts the facts and passes off as combat drones, on which schoolchildren practice hostile actions against their northern neighbor, ordinary toys - the so-called "quadcopter combat drones", the use of which in the last year has acquired the character of mass hysteria among South Koreans. The general fascination of schoolchildren (and often adult men!) with small combat flying robots in South Korea is so massive that from the outside you really might think that every schoolchild has his own “bayrobot”. "Byrobot", or Byrobot Drone Fighter, is the official name of the world's first gaming quadcopter drones with the function of air combat, which are developed and produced by the South Korean company Byrobot. And which the Juche propaganda ranked among the sources of a deadly threat to the communist regime of the North.

Byrobot Drone Fighter is indeed called "combat", but this is more of a marketing slogan than real combat functionality that can cause real harm to a person. Byrobots are designed only for toy battles with other Byrobot drones. This is a unique air combat game system where all shots are fired by absolutely harmless IR guns. The small size (the drone is no bigger than a CD) and extremely light weight (only 30 grams) make Byrobot completely safe even for home use - it is impossible for them to break a vase, damage furniture, injure a beloved cat or an old granny. And simple control (the drone even has an automatic transmission) really allows you to quickly and effectively learn to fly in an extremely short time. Even children of primary school age are able to master flights and air battles on bayrobots in 10-15 minutes:

Actually, it is precisely in these technological "chips" of bayrobots that the reason for the rapidly gaining momentum in air combat fashion, covering the technologically advanced population of South Korea, lies. In addition to South Korea, where bayrobots have really become a real bestseller among the male population, “combat” quadrocopters are in steadily growing demand in Japan, the USA and, more recently, in Russia. A fashionable toy is no longer bought only for home battles, but also for commercial use - in many countries there are attractions where, for a fee, you can arrange an air battle on bayrobots.

Photos from RC Land combat bayrobot attraction in Latvia

The use of Byrobot entertainment drones for military purposes, as well as for intelligence or military training purposes, was not reported by other sources of information until recently. Apparently, the hidden scenarios for using the popular South Korean bayrobots are known only to the North Korean government propaganda. Which even the mass enthusiasm of the southern neighbors for a fashionable technological toy can be regarded as a serious threat to state security and a sign of obvious hostile plans of world imperialism. Although it is possible that such a “blowing up” of the problem is a deliberate whipping up of hysteria among its own population, part of Pyongyang’s usual regularly flashing military rhetoric, aimed at maintaining the political status quo on the Korean Peninsula, as well as constantly obtaining new economic preferences from Western countries.

Another possible version. Pyongyang's propaganda is preemptively transforming the topic of passion for quadrocopters of southern compatriots into the plane of a military threat in order to distract the people of North Korea from possible thoughts that such cool flying hobbies are simply not available to them.

By the way, almost the only known case of the real use of unmanned aerial vehicles by North Korea against its southern neighbor was the launch of balloons loaded with the contents of soldiers' toilets onto the adjacent territory.

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North Korea accuses South Korea of ​​teaching schoolchildren to pilot killer drones

Another exposure of the "imperialist threat" was published by the North Korean government newspaper Rodong Sinmun (an analogue of the Soviet newspaper Pravda): The South Korean government has set a goal by the end of 2017 to provide every student in the country with their own combat drone, with which children will practice maneuvers, drone piloting skills and air combat practice, preparing for a treacherous dastardly attack on the country of universal happiness of the working people (Editor's note - DPRK) using modern technology of unmanned aerial vehicles.

However, another "exposure of the imperialist vultures of the south" made by North Korean propaganda is more like another hysteria. The South Korean Air Force actually has several types of professional drones to perform various combat (primarily reconnaissance) tasks. But not a single school teaches children how to operate real combat vehicles. Most likely, the propaganda of the DPRK, as it often happens, distorts the facts and passes off as combat drones, on which schoolchildren practice hostile actions against their northern neighbor, ordinary toys - the so-called "quadcopter combat drones", the use of which in the last year has acquired the character of mass hysteria among South Koreans. The general fascination of schoolchildren (and often adult men!) with small combat flying robots in South Korea is so massive that from the outside you really might think that every schoolchild has his own “bayrobot”. "Byrobot", or Byrobot Drone Fighter, is the official name of the world's first gaming quadcopter drones with air combat function, which are developed and produced by the South Korean company Byrobot. And which the Juche propaganda ranked among the sources of a deadly threat to the communist regime of the North.

Byrobot Drone Fighter is indeed called "combat", but this is more of a marketing slogan than real combat functionality that can cause real harm to a person. Byrobots are designed only for toy battles with other Byrobot drones. This is a unique air combat game system where all shots are fired by absolutely harmless IR guns. The small size (the drone is no bigger than a CD) and extremely light weight (only 30 grams) make Byrobot completely safe even for home use - it is impossible for them to break a vase, damage furniture, injure a beloved cat or an old granny. And simple control (the drone even has an automatic transmission) really allows you to quickly and effectively learn to fly in an extremely short time. Even children of primary school age are able to master flights and air battles on bayrobots in 10-15 minutes:

Actually, it is precisely in these technological "chips" of bayrobots that the reason for the rapidly gaining momentum in air combat fashion, covering the technologically advanced population of South Korea, lies. In addition to South Korea, where bayrobots have really become a real bestseller among the male population, “combat” quadrocopters are in steadily growing demand in Japan, the USA and, more recently, in Russia. A fashionable toy is no longer bought only for home battles, but also for commercial use - in many countries there are attractions where, for a fee, you can arrange an air battle on bayrobots.

Photos from the attraction with RC Land fighting bayrobots in Latvia

The use of entertainment drones Byrobot for military purposes, as well as for the purposes of intelligence or military training, was not reported by other sources of information until recently. Apparently, the hidden scenarios for using the popular South Korean bayrobots are known only to the North Korean government propaganda. Which even the mass enthusiasm of the southern neighbors for a fashionable technological toy can be regarded as a serious threat to state security and a sign of obvious hostile plans of world imperialism. Although it is possible that such a “blowing up” of the problem is a deliberate whipping up of hysteria among its own population, part of Pyongyang’s usual regularly flashing military rhetoric, aimed at maintaining the political status quo on the Korean Peninsula, as well as constantly obtaining new economic preferences from Western countries.

Another possible version. Pyongyang's propaganda is preemptively transforming the topic of passion for quadrocopters of southern compatriots into the plane of a military threat in order to distract the people of North Korea from possible thoughts that such cool flying hobbies are simply not available to them.

By the way, almost the only known case of the real use of unmanned aerial vehicles by North Korea against its southern neighbor was the launch of balloons loaded with the contents of soldiers' toilets onto the adjacent territory.

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North Korea accuses South Korea of ​​teaching schoolchildren to pilot killer drones

Another exposure of the "imperialist threat" was published by the North Korean government newspaper Rodong Sinmun (an analogue of the Soviet newspaper Pravda): The South Korean government has set a goal by the end of 2017 to provide every student in the country with their own combat drone, with which children will practice maneuvers, drone piloting skills and air combat practice, preparing for a treacherous dastardly attack on the country of universal happiness of the working people (Editor's note - DPRK) using modern technology of unmanned aerial vehicles.

However, another "exposure of the imperialist vultures of the south" made by North Korean propaganda is more like another hysteria. The South Korean Air Force actually has several types of professional drones to perform various combat (primarily reconnaissance) tasks. But not a single school teaches children how to operate real combat vehicles. Most likely, the propaganda of the DPRK, as it often happens, distorts the facts and passes off as combat drones, on which schoolchildren practice hostile actions against their northern neighbor, ordinary toys - the so-called "quadcopter combat drones", the use of which has acquired from the southern Koreans character mass hysteria. The general fascination of schoolchildren (and often adult men!) with small combat flying robots in South Korea is so massive that from the outside you really might think that every schoolchild has his own “bayrobot”. "Byrobot", or Byrobot Drone Fighter, is the official name of the world's first gaming quadcopter drones with air combat function, which are developed and produced by the South Korean company Byrobot. And which the Juche propaganda ranked among the sources of a deadly threat to the communist regime of the North.

However, another "exposure of the imperialist vultures of the south" made by North Korean propaganda is more like another hysteria. The South Korean Air Force actually has several types of professional drones to perform various combat (primarily reconnaissance) tasks. But not a single school teaches children how to operate real combat vehicles. Most likely, the propaganda of the DPRK, as often happens, distorts the facts and passes it off as combat drones on which schoolchildren they practice hostile actions against their northern neighbor, ordinary toys - the so-called "quadcopter combat drones", the use of which in the last year has acquired the character of mass hysteria among South Koreans. The general fascination of schoolchildren (and often adult men!) with small combat flying robots in South Korea is so massive that from the outside you really might think that every schoolchild has his own “bayrobot”. "Byrobot", or Byrobot Drone Fighter, is the official name of the world's first gaming quadcopter drones with air combat function, which are developed and produced by the South Korean company Byrobot. And which the Juche propaganda ranked among the sources of a deadly threat to the communist regime of the North.

Byrobot Drone Fighter is indeed called "combat", but this is more of a marketing slogan than real combat functionality that can cause real harm to a person. Byrobots are designed only for toy battles with other Byrobot drones. This is a unique air combat game system where all shots are fired by absolutely harmless IR guns. The small size (the drone is no bigger than a CD) and extremely light weight (only 30 grams) make Byrobot completely safe even for home use - it is impossible for them to break a vase, damage furniture, injure a beloved cat or an old granny. And simple control (the drone even has an automatic transmission) really allows you to quickly and effectively learn to fly in an extremely short time. Even children of primary school age are able to master flights and air battles on bayrobots in 10-15 minutes:

Actually, it is precisely in these technological "chips" of bayrobots that the reason for the rapidly gaining momentum in air combat fashion, covering the technologically advanced population of South Korea, lies. In addition to South Korea, where bayrobots have really become a real bestseller among the male population, “combat” quadrocopters are in steadily growing demand in Japan, the USA and, more recently, in Russia. A fashionable toy is no longer bought only for home battles, but also for commercial use - in many countries there are attractions where, for a fee, you can arrange an air battle on bayrobots.

Photos from the attraction with RC Land fighting bayrobots in Latvia

The use of entertainment drones Byrobot for military purposes, as well as for the purposes of intelligence or military training, was not reported by other sources of information until recently. Apparently, the hidden scenarios for using the popular South Korean bayrobots are known only to the North Korean government propaganda. Which even the mass enthusiasm of the southern neighbors for a fashionable technological toy can be regarded as a serious threat to state security and a sign of obvious hostile plans of world imperialism. Although it is possible that such a “blowing up” of the problem is a deliberate whipping up of hysteria among its own population, part of Pyongyang’s usual regularly flashing military rhetoric, aimed at maintaining the political status quo on the Korean Peninsula, as well as constantly obtaining new economic preferences from Western countries.

Another possible version. Pyongyang's propaganda is preemptively transforming the topic of passion for quadrocopters of southern compatriots into the plane of a military threat in order to distract the people of North Korea from possible thoughts that such cool flying hobbies are simply not available to them.

By the way, almost the only known case of the real use of unmanned aerial vehicles by North Korea against its southern neighbor was the launch of balloons loaded with the contents of soldiers' toilets onto the adjacent territory.