North Korea: We Are Ready for ‘Pre-Emptive Nuclear Strike’ on U.S.

What was once said in 2013, might come to fruition. Hopefully not, however. Nobody has taken Un or North Korea, for that matter, seriously in decades. However, during this time the capability has improved and has become more threatening. Imagine one day, Kim Jong Un makes the threat to nuke the United States and all of the American citizens laugh it off, then go back to watching their favorite NBA game while downing pints of beer.

The American shopping mall regime is blind, and most don’t even know N. Korea flew a ‘weather satellite‘ over the continental U.S. right after the Super Bowl because they were hung over from all the beer that day. What if it wasn’t a weather satellite? What if it’s an EMP bomb waiting for the command to fall out of the sky? Why does North Korea need to monitor the weather over the United States? What if it does in fact drop out of the sky one day while America is focused on the Kardashians and puts the nation back into the stone age? The average American attention span to these things is 24 hours. Move along, nothing to see.

Six months from now this threat will have been completely forgotten and America could have a devastating wake up call. It’s said up to 9 in 10 Americans could die from the following waves of effects. The situation has gone past the joke stage. Your reply to all this this might be: “Well, we’ll fully retaliate and destroy North Korea, then. No worries.” If that’s the case, fine. But it still wouldn’t stop what has already been done — and there is no known method of stopping a falling EMP out of the sky which would detonate above its target within 3 – 5 minutes.

America, or any other nation hasn’t done anything about North Korea during its last three dictatorships in the Kim Jong- family line. There’s no reason to expect North Korea to be stopped when it’s had over three decades of being allowed to do whatever it wants. Lastly, Kim Jong Un just told his nation to prepare for “chewing on roots“, in other words: Starvation. This could be considered war preps, and not necessarily an upcoming famine.

 

North Korea has once again asserted that it will use its nuclear weapons arsenal against the United States. Unlike previous statements, however, a note from the rogue state’s foreign minister on Monday insisted that North Korea is fully equipped and ready to use a nuclear weapon on the United States, not just willing to do so.

Foreign Minister Lee Su-yong insisted in a statement Monday that Pyongyang would not hesitate to use their nuclear weapons against America, and they now no longer needed to wait for their scientists to build the weapons necessary for such an attack. “In response to the US frenzied hysteria for unleashing a nuclear war, we have fully transferred our army from the form of military response to the form of delivering a pre-emptive strike and we state resolutely about the readiness to deliver a pre-emptive nuclear strike,” he said, adding that North Korea “faces the dilemma: a thermonuclear war or peace.”

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China concerned by reports of Japan holding weapons-grade plutonium

China said on Monday it was “extremely concerned” by a report that Japan has resisted returning to the United States more than 300kg of mostly weapons-grade plutonium, the latest dispute between the two Asian neighbours.

Japan’s Kyodo news agency said that Washington had pressed Japan to give back the nuclear material which could be used to make up to 50 nuclear bombs. Japan had resisted, but finally given in to US demands, it added. Continue reading

NCA stresses full-spectrum deterrence

ISLAMABAD: The National Command Authority (NCA) decided on Thursday to further develop the country’s nuclear weapons programme for preserving “full spectrum deterrence” against any possible external aggression.

The decision was taken at a meeting of the National Command Authority — the principal policy making body on the research, development, production, use and security of the nuclear programme. The meeting was presided over by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

This was Mr Sharif’s first session on the nuclear policy after returning to the prime minister’s office in June for a third term. The prime minister had in his second tenure rejected all international pressure and conducted nuclear tests in 1998 in response to Indian nuclear tests. Continue reading

Secret Obama Message Gives Khamenei Permission to Pursue Nuclear Program

Barack Obama sent a secret message to Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei recently. Obama told the regime leader that he would give them permission to pursue a nuclear energy program.
YNet News reported:

US President Barack Obama has signaled Tehran that the Washington would accept an civilian nuclear program in Iran if Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei can back up his recent claim that his nation “will never pursue nuclear weapons,” the Washington Post reported Friday.

According to the report, the verbal message was sent through Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who met with Khamenei last week. A few days prior to leaving for the trip, Erdogan held a two-hour meeting with Obama on the sidelines of the nuclear security summit in Seoul, in which they discussed what the Turkish leader would tell Khamenei about the nuclear issue.

Washington Post columnist David Ignatius wrote that Obama advised Tehran, via Edrogan, that time is running out for a peaceful agreement. Obama didn’t specify whether Iran would be allowed to enrich uranium domestically. The issue evidently is to be discussed during the talks between the Islamic Republic and the West, which are slated start on April 13 at a venue yet to be decided.

Full article: Secret Obama Message Gives Khamenei Permission to Pursue Nuclear Program (Gateway Pundit)