North Korea can now target and hit the U.S.A with nuclear- guided missiles thanks to former president Bill Clinton. You heard it. Stiff Willy arranged all of this when he was president. We knew this day would come, we just weren’t sure when. Americans are now at risk of a nuclear threat from North Korea. North Korea grows more dangerous each day with no one knowing how this lunatic will react. North Korea poses to be the highest risk right now to the United States of America. President Trump said North Korea’s threats will be met with “fire and fury.” Kim Jong un has threatened the wrong president. U.S. bombers now flying near North Korea Peninsula. We could wake up tomorrow at war with North Korea.
North Korea threatens Guam which is a large military base for the United States.
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Baku-APA. North Korea’s nuclear status is unacceptable for Russia, Russian Ambassador to South Korea Alexander Timonin said on Tuesday at a forum of the Northeast Asia Peace and Cooperation Initiative (NAPCI) in Seoul,APA reports quoting TASS.
Russia takes the center stage again.
“Russia’s principled position is that North Korea’s nuclear status is unacceptable for it,” he stressed. In his words, the nuclear crisis on the Korean Peninsula could only be solved if the entire situation in the sphere of security was changed. “Much has been done in the past ten years but still it was not enough, so no considerable progress can be seen now,” he noted.
He said NAPCI could reach no progress unless it involved North Korea. “North Korea is a major part of Northeast Asia, so, it is vitally important to involve Pyongyang into this cooperation. Moscow is trying to do that and plans to continue its participation in the six-party talks,” the Russian diplomat said.
Timonin said “soft” and “tough” solutions to regional problems should be realized concurrently. “Much is being said now about “soft” cooperation but we should bear in mind that further success will depend on settling serious security problems. We can reach no breakthrough in other sphere without them,” he underscored.
The Russian diplomat called on all parties concerned to spare no effort to involve North Korea into dialogue through expanded economic cooperation. He cited Russia as a positive example in this respect. “We are doing it, in particular, in the sphere of railway transport, and we expect other parties to be more active too. This way, we will be able to make the NAPCI a serious movement covering the entire regional agenda,” he said.
NAPCI is South Korean President Park Guen-hye’s initiative. According to the South Korean leader, Asia is suffering from a gap between the growing economic interdependence on the one hand and inferior political and security cooperation, on the other hand. This initiative was advanced as a tool to deal with these challenges.
FILE – In this July 27, 2013, file photo, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un waves to spectators and participants of a mass military parade celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Korean War armistice in Pyongyang, North Korea. To say that Kim Jong Un is the leader of his country is a gross understatement. In North Korea, he is regarded as the epitome of his country. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E, File)
North Korea announced Tuesday that they’re ready for a nuclear confrontation against the United States or anyone else that happens to threaten them. They’ve rearranged their plutonium and uranium enrichment facilities at Yongbyon fuel fabrication plant. They have enhanced and advanced their nuclear production and are ready for any nuclear war from any direction. South Korea says, it could be a direct violation against the U.N. It’s believed that North Korea’s Kim Jong Un has been moving and hiding missiles, not sure, if there are any warheads on those missiles. Kim Jong Un has been making threats to test the missiles. The U.S. military is on high alert.
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) – With a big anniversary drawing near, North Korea declared Tuesday it has upgraded and restarted all of its atomic fuel plants – meaning it could possibly make more, and more sophisticated, nuclear weapons. The statement, coming just a day after it said it is ready to conduct more rocket launches any time it sees fit, has heightened concerns the North may soon either conduct a launch – which Washington and its allies see as a pretext for testing missile technology – or hold another test of nuclear weapons that it could conceivably place on such a rocket.