North Korea has a dictator, Kim Jong-Un who has a tendency to let his alligator mouth overload his canary butt. The fearless petty dictator is writing checks that his nation could in no way cash. Even his neighbor China, is tiring of his threatening rhetoric. The great concern is that he may touch off a scenario that causes a violent event to occur.
As Written By Jessica Chia For Dailymail.com and Dave Burke For Mailonline
- Vice Minister Han Song Ryol accused Trump of building up a ‘vicious cycle’ of tensions on the Korean Peninsula and pointed to his ‘aggressive tweets’
- The military said it would target US bases and ‘headquarters of evils’ including the South Korean presidential Blue House if it was attacked
- Han blamed the US and Trump for growing tensions, citing military exercises with South Korea and the deployment of a US aircraft carrier to the peninsula
- Han ominously warned the US the state would ‘go to war if they choose’ and vowed to continue accumulating nuclear arms
- Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said anyone provoking conflict would ‘pay the price’
- Pyongyang is preparing to mark its national ‘Day of the Sun’ tomorrow to commemorate the birth anniversary of its founding president Kim Il Sung
- US officials told NBC the US was prepared to launch a pre-emptive strike to halt a nuclear test, but a member of the Trump administration denied the report
- US Vice President Mike Pence will travel to South Korea on Sunday in what his aides said was a sign of the U.S. commitment to its ally
The secretive state vowed to ‘pulverize’ US bases and South Korean capital Seoul if it was threatened by the US military, which is carrying out drills on the Korean peninsula. A US aircraft carrier group is steaming towards the region.
It claimed it would ‘ruthlessly ravage’ the US if Washington attacked. China warned the region could go to war ‘at any moment’.
The rhetoric comes after North Korea warned that President Donald Trump’s ‘troublemaking’ and ‘aggressive’ tweets have pushed the world to the brink of thermo-nuclear war.
Pyongyang’s Vice Minister Han Song Ryol accused Trump of building up a ‘vicious cycle’ of tensions and warned the US against provoking North Korea militarily. He said: ‘We will go to war if they choose.’
He added the country would continue developing its nuclear program and conduct its next nuclear test whenever its leaders see fit.
In the past week Trump has shown his willingness to launch military strikes, with US missiles deployed in …..
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