North Korea

Satellite Images Reveal North Korea’s Big Plans for Thursday

 

North Korea’s latest foray into irking the entirety of the globe came late yesterday, as international pressures on the secretive country came to a head.

Openly defiant to the umpteenth degree, Kim Jong Un and his band of insubordinate buffoons have once again threatened the world with something “important” for Thursday.  Using advanced satellite imagery, experts on North Korea’s military installations believe it is likely that the hermit kingdom will detonate a test nuclear bomb as a show of force, coinciding with a national holiday.

“North Korean monitoring service 38 North said Wednesday the country’s Punggye-ri nuclear site is ‘primed and ready‘ for a sixth nuclear test.

“‘The activity during the past six weeks is suggestive of the final preparations for a test,’ 38 North analyst Joseph Bermudez told CNN.
“Their prediction comes as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Thursday that North Korea may have the capability to deliver missiles equipped with sarin nerve gas.
 “North Korea will mark the ‘Day of the Sun’ on April 15, to mark the 105th anniversary of the birth of the country’s founder Kim Il Sung. The date has typically been a key one for weapons tests and other displays of strength.”
While five other nuclear tests that have been conducted by North Korea did draw international attention to the reclusive refuge of the Kim regime, a sixth test, conducted during a time of great international attention on North Korea, will certainly draw a more powerful response from the nations of the world.
Not only has China amassed approximately 150,000 troops on their border with North Korea, the United States and Japan are preparing to team up in the region with a massive fleet of naval vehicles.  Should Kim Jong un once again test the patience of the civilized world, he will surely be met with a swift response.
This ballyhoo in Asia comes at a time in which the United States has already displayed its military might under the command of President Donald Trump, striking a Syrian airbase in retaliation for a vicious and immoral chemical weapon attack by Bashar al-Assad’s forces…with possible help from the Russian military.  This, of course, irked the Russians immensely, leading to a threat from the Kremlin over any further U.S. action in the region.

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