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UK Group Issues Grave Warning That North Korea Is More Than What You See

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UK Group Issues Grave Warning That North Korea Is More Than What You See

North Korea has given the finger to the United States as they declared they would test nukes weekly if needed.

In a statement made by the country’s foreign minister, North Korea has threatened “all-out war” if Trump becomes “reckless enough to use military means.” The closed state has consistently pushed the buttons of several countries, but their most recent missile tests go defiantly against sanctions against them.

According to Han Song-Ryol, missile tests will continue:

“We’ll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly, and yearly basis.”

During a press conference in Pyongyang, Song-Ryal stated that it’s “crystal clear” that the United States President is “hell bent” on starting a war with the North. He continued, “A nuclear war could break out at any moment on the Korean Peninsula. The United States are disturbing the peace and global stability, insisting in a gangster logic.”

The problem is North Korea is breaking sanctions that prohibit them from creating nuclear weapons. That’s like telling a child they can’t do something, but you won’t discipline them if they do it. North Korea should face serious sanctions, or they will continue developing nuclear warheads until they become extremely dangerous.

Along with whatever achievement they have in nuclear technology, the North has many bases buried deep underground. This information was recently learned, and because of this, the country is considered by experts to be the most heavily-fortified country in the world.

According to Dr. James Hoare, who worked at the British embassy in Pyongyang, the North has become skilled at putting things underground:

“Since the Korean War the North are masters at putting things underground. …You may know what is on the surface, and you may have suspicions about other places, but there is no guarantee any strike at its nuclear facilities would take it all out. Then you run the danger of provoking them without disarming them.”

The doctor would appear to be correct. What do you think the best option is with the current state of North Korea? Should the United States just let them continue doing what they’re doing or should we get involved? Let us know in the comments below!

Credit: The Sun

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