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Wednesday, 19 April 2017 21:23

North Korea Promises More Missile Tests, Threatens ‘All-Out War’ if U.S. Interferes

Written by  John Hayward

North Korea’s Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol told the BBC on Monday that his country “will be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly, and yearly basis,” despite diplomatic, economic, and military pressure from the outside world to abandon its quest for nuclear ICBMs.

“If the U.S. is reckless enough to use military means it would mean from that very day, an all-out war,” Han added, reiterating his threat to launch a “nuclear pre-emptive strike” if North Korea believes America and its allies are preparing to attack.

Other North Korean officials repeated the North’s accusations that the current joint military exercises between the U.S. and South Korea are an “aggressive war drill” and the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson is heading for Korea in a “reckless move” that could provoke a war.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang responded directly to the BBC interview with Han, expressing China’s “serious concern with recent trends about North Korea’s nuclear and missile development.”

“China is unswerving in its commitment to realising the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula, maintaining the peace and stability of the Korean peninsula, and continue to solve matters through dialogue and negotiations,” Lu added.

Despite the belligerent rhetoric from Pyongyang, John Everard at CNN detects signs that President Trump’s North Korea policy “might just be working,” noting that a much-feared nuclear test during the weekend celebration of national founder Kim Il-sung’s birthday did not occur, and the lone effort to test a missile ended with an embarrassing fizzle.

Read more at Breitbart
Last modified on Thursday, 20 April 2017 07:03

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Maybe we could conduct some of our own missile tests.....

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Ace bowlers could save us a lot of munitions.

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Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition. Don't get me wrong. I believe in prayer. It is important, but actions speak louder than words. It is time to launch a preemptive strike on "Soy Sauce Stain" He has gone too far and such a strike will stop a large-scale nuclear exchange.

China won't stand in the way. They know that this little carbuncle is a "pain in the rump" that does little but poison the entire hemisphere. It is time for "Soy Sauce Stain" to meet the "Nuclear Bleach".

(It is far too late for anything else because this megalomaniac will not be content until he achieves global domination). Remeber Hiter's rise to power from 1936-1938? Look at the parallels. There is an unmistakable similarity between the two virulent strains of both power and hate. He and his regime must be physically destroyed.

There is no other alternative.

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Take out that little pot-bellied, dog-eating North Korean dictator. You would be doing the world a favor.

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It is better to take care of this now than to wait. Past administrations have been kicking it down the road far too long now. Fatboy will only get stronger and more reckless if the past is any indication of his future behavior. Spoiled kids need to be taught their limits. The only hope in this situation is if China takes him out, that is the sensible solution.

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What everyone should surmise from this article is primarily one facet: and that is we all need to go in prayer to our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ to guide our Republic and the world. We have forgotten Jesus in far too many ways. I don't care if you take offense at this posting, however it is very true. Look where our Republic and others have gone. Perhaps President Trump with our Lord's Guidance will help work this all out. If you have prayed, thank you very much and thank You Jesus, Amen. Art LeBeau, Villa Ridge, MO. (Christian & Conservative)

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North Korea is ill prepared for modern warfare...but still dangerous enough to exact sever damage to the south Korean's...this is a dicey situation, but will be coming to a head soon.

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The winds of war are blowing hard, as author Herman Wouk might say.

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