Josh Sigurdson breaks down the most recent news on North Korea following North Korea’s foreign minister Ri Yong Ho saying in New York at a United Nations press conference that Trump has declared war with the state with his tweets.
Following Trump’s tweet saying North Korea’s leadership won’t be around much longer, Ri Yong Ho said,

“The UN Charter acknowledges member states’ right of self-defense. As the United States has declared a war, even though its strategic bombers don’t cross our border, we will come to own all rights to respond for self-defense including shooting down its planes at any time.”

“All options are on the table for North Korean response.”

“The whole world should clearly remember it was the US who first declared war on our country.”

While the White House says the claim is “absurd”, there is certainly a ramping up of war. From Trump’s fire and fury comments to North Korea’s constant tests of missiles which all add up to shooting themselves in the foot, something big this way comes.

China has put 150,000 troops on the North Korean border. Russia has put troops on the northern border. China has made it clear that they will take North Korea’s side unless NK strikes first.

However, let’s be completely clear…
Kim Jong Un forces his soldiers to eat grass due to their inability to afford food. They can hardly afford to fuel more than a couple fighter jets. The people of North Korea are being woken up with underground trade of USBs with Hollywood films and information from outside of the regime. The US missile defense system can stop a North Korean missile on takeoff. The only concern that North Korea truly imposes is on South Korea and Japan and it is up to people in that part of the world to ensure their own safety.

Interestingly, North Korea is also sitting on a 6 trillion dollar mineral deposit, so that certainly adds a twist to the story.

Let’s stop repeating history and instead learn from history. There can be no good end to this madness by aggressing further. The United States does not have to worry about any significant attack by North Korea and if such a thing does happen, people should be raising their eyebrows immediately as to how such a thing happened. One may think back on the Gulf of Tonkin incident or Pearl Harbor as reference.

Stay tuned as we continue to cover this story!

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