NORTH KOREA SURROUNDED BY U.S., RUSSIA & CHINA! – Tensions Rise As Nuclear Missiles Are Readied
Josh Sigurdson reports on the most recent developments in the disturbing face off between North Korea, the United States, China, Russia & Japan as nuclear tensions rise.
Following the announcement of 150,000 Chinese troops on the North Korean border to potentially take in refugees in the case of nuclear war, and the USS Carl Vinson fleet of ships moving into the Korean Peninsula, new reports have come out of the Associated Press and the Japanese government claiming China and Russia have dispatched intelligence gathering vessels from their navies to chase the USS Carl Vinson nuclear-powered aircraft carrier through the Korean peninsula.
There are also reports of other U.S. aircraft carriers entering the peninsula.
And that’s not the only development concerning many that there is a possible nuclear war in the playbook, there have been reports of air surveillance of the USS Carl Vinson as well.
There has been video released on social media by locals in Vladivostok, Russia, just eight miles from the North Korean border showing a huge military convoy of eight surface to air missiles heading to the area. While there is a navy fleet based in Vladivostok as our research has clarified, these missiles are primarily used for Russian air defense, though the context of its use are not confirmed as Russia has not acknowledged this military move. As the footage shows, Chinese military assets are also being moved to the North Korean border.
Alongside threats from Japan, China has made it clear that they will attack North Korea if they continue to test missiles around their border. Following this threat, North Korea went and tested missiles anyways along the border, but allegedly failing during liftoff.
Vice President Mike Pence made a statement in South Korea saying, “North Korea would do well not to test his resolve or the strength of the armed forces of the United States in this region.”
Pence also claimed the era of strategic patience is over.
North Korea’s Vice foreign minister Han Song-Ryol told the BBC,
“We’ll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis” He added that, “an all out war would result if the US was reckless enough to use military means.”
China has also put sanctions on North Korean coal and has stopped flights to North Korea. Kim Jong Un recently released a coded message on state-run airwaves that seemed to be a message to North Korean sleeper cells similar to a coded message in March preceding a missile launch into the Sea of Japan.
President Trump has said that nothing is off the table. He also said, “They should behave themselves.”
Let’s be clear that North Korea can barely afford to fuel fighter jets, never mind shoot long range nuclear warheads.
It’s a terrible country and one should feel bad for the citizens who are living in a totalitarian bubble at larger scale than most of the world. The solution isn’t more growth of the globalist military industrial complex and bombing the victims (the citizens) to smithereens.
The solution is also not creating more global tensions with countries like Russia and China.
Stay tuned as we continue to cover this story.
Video edited by Josh Sigurdson
Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson
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