Kim Jong Un’s Short Attention-span Has Him Threatening Japan, Again.
After Kim’s threat to attack the United States, President Trump responded by vowing to destroy the dictatorship. Since then, countries such as China and Russia have pulled businesses from North Korea. The “Little rocket man” has been scrambling to threaten several nations associated with the US, for various reasons, ever since.
One cause for concern this time is, unlike most of Kim’s belligerent threats, North Korean missiles may have the reach to actually hit Japan. The world has begun to prepare for a devastating conflict after decades of trying to come to terms with North Korea and failing.
In response to Kim’s weapons testing and threats last month, Japan and American fighter jets conducted simulation testing near North Korea’s shores as a demonstration of strength.
“Japan’s such rackets inciting the tension of the Korean Peninsula is a suicidal deed that will bring nuclear clouds to the Japanese archipelago,” says Kim, reported in The Sun.
“No one knows when the touch-and-go situation will lead to a nuclear war, but if so, the Japanese archipelago will be engulfed in flames in a moment.” He continued.
North Korea’s string of belligerent threats has continued since President Trump vowed to “totally destroy” the dictatorship in his speech to the U.N. General Assembly. North Korea’s foreign minister Ri Yong-ho said Trump’s threatening words was a “declaration of war,” though the White House insisted no such explicit statement was made
Trump once again ripped “Little Rocket Man” Kim Jong Un in a series of tweets over the weekend after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said there was “lines of communication” to Pyongyang. Trump urged Tillerson to “save [his] energy” because he was “wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man.”