North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un believes he has the world by the throat.
He feels invincible because his nuclear weapons program threatens U.S. allies South Korea and Japan.
But he is now petrified over what Donald Trump has planned.
Jong Un has one great fear.
And that is being assassinated.
Now his worst nightmare could come true.
The famed Navy Seal Team 6 – the heroes who killed Osama bin Laden – have been training the South Korean military to take out Kim Jong Un.
The Sun reports:
“The elite US Navy Seal team that killed Osama bin Laden is training the South Korean military to assassinate Kim Jong-un.
Seal Team Six, the group sent to Pakistan in 2011 to kill Bin Laden, is taking part in secretive drills alongside South Korean commandos to take out the North Korean leader in the event of a war.
The special assassination squad, which will be launched in December, was created by the South Korean defence ministry to neutralise “command and control” systems in the North, The Times reported.
Song Young-moo, the defence minister, told MPs: “We are in the process of conceptualising the plan.
“I believe we can create the unit by December 1.”
South Korea’s defense ministry launched a plan to kill Kim dubbed Korea Massive Punishment and Retaliation (KMPR), local news service News 1 reported.
It is reportedly part of a “three-axis system” that includes Seoul’s homegrown anti-missile systems, the Korean Air and Missile Defense, or KAMD, and Kill Chain, a pre-emptive strike system.
The announcement comes after Kim Jong-un conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test on in the mountain on Sunday.”
This announcement comes after North Korea conducted their sixth nuclear test – which was the largest recorded detonation in their history.
Jong Un’s nuclear test increased an already tense situation and South Korea is increasingly worried that they are in Jong Un’s nuclear cross hairs.
North Korea has already claimed previously scheduled military exercises between the United States and South Korea are provocation and is planning another intercontinental ballistic missile test this weekend.
NOKO expected to launch next missile on Saturday, SOKO amps up defense with a ‘Frankenmissile’ pic.twitter.com/bcB5r1yZ8w
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A military action in North Korea would lead to a catastrophic loss of life.
Millions would perish in a conflict on the Korean Peninsula.
South Korea training a hit squad to chop the head off the snake could end the conflict and save millions of lives.