North Korea’s mad ruler Kim Jong Un has pushed the world to the edge of nuclear war.
And he may be planning his craziest move yet.
But it is one he will instantly regret.
North Korea has not conducted a missile test in nearly a month.
This pause comes despite officials threatening to perform an above ground hydrogen bomb test over the Pacific Ocean.
Should they perform this test, it would be the first open-air test since China performed one in 1980.
This pause – however – could be coming to an end.
Japan reports they have detected signals that indicate North Korea is on the verge of firing off more test missiles.
The Express reports:
“North Korea has been threatening another launch following a series of provocative tests earlier this year.
Two missiles flew directly over Japanese territory, terrifying citizens and sparking a round of worldwide condemnations and sanctions.
And now despot Kim Jong-un could be set for yet another test – despite ever-strengthening warnings from his Western rivals.
One Japanese diplomat warned today radio signals detected from the hermit state indicated another test is close.
Japan’s Kyodo news agency said the detection had been confirmed by government officials.
One official told them: “There is a possibility of missiles launches in the next few days.”
They said the test could be part of North Korea’s army’s winter training regime.”
Japan is especially nervous about another missile test because North Korea has already test-fired two rockets over their air space.
That is technically an act of war.
Should North Korea’s guidance systems be off or something malfunction during the launch, a test-missile fired over Japan could come crashing down onto their country.
And that could be the mistake that kick starts World War 3.
Should that happen, a desperate North Korea facing defeat could fire their nuclear missiles at U.S. allies Japan and South Korea, or even try and strike Alaska and Hawaii.
A doomsday scenario could unfold where millions perish in nuclear fireballs.
Donald Trump is committed to a peaceful resolution to this crisis, but he will not let North Korea’s nuclear program hold the world hostage.
Nor will he tolerate Kim Jong Un developing nuclear missiles that can strike anywhere on the U.S. mainland.
Trump inherited this fiasco from Barack Obama, but he is determined to finally deal with North Korea once-and-for-all.
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