Update 01/20/18: The new year has come and we are not in any less danger from North Korea continuing with it’s nuclear threat and more sable-rattling to come. Even with the heaviest sanctions placed on North Korea, China and Russia have continued to provide resources to North Korea’s regime and nuclear threat.
On 12/16/17 Defense Secretary, James Mattis said “North Korea Is Not There Yet.” But we have to wonder how close is North Korea capable of sending something so devastatingly ominous, it would forever change the course of every nation and life in this world.
After further analysis of North Korea’s ICBM capability, Defense Secretary General Mattis said on Thursday 12/14/17, “North Korea’s launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile does not bring the United States closer to war with the rogue regime.”
The consensus is now that North Korea’s latest missile is INCAPABLE of reaching the US and an ongoing analysis from the US Defense Department has revealed it may not be an imminent threat to the United States.
However, various experts and US officials have been divided over the ICBM’s capability, with some claiming data from the November 29th launch could support the dictator’s warmongering declaration.
Other US Defense experts have questioned North Korea’s ICBM re-entry capabilities from space into the Earth’s atmosphere and the accuracy of its guidance systems. Though the analysis of last month’s data and photos from the last test appeared to confirm North Korea had a missile of sufficient power to deliver a nuclear warhead anywhere in America.
While other defense experts and US officials have said, questions still remain whether North Korea’s ICBM re-entry is capable of protecting a nuclear warhead as it speeds toward its target and the accuracy of its guidance systems.
“After the ICBM is launched, it has to maintain it’s precise trajectory and the head of the ICBM that contains the nuclear material cannot disassemble during the target re-entry.” ~ Natalie
Defense Secretary Mattis continued to add that while analysis continues on North Korea’s most recent missile test, he did not believe its ICBM posed an imminent threat to the US.
North Korea did launch two ICBMs prior to the last one over Japan and one that landed close to the shore’s of Japan.
On 11/17/17 tensions did continue to escalate in East Asia and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called it his nation’s most serious security threat since World War II.
“Abe outlined his plan during a policy speech in parliament. His agenda included strengthening Japan’s missile defense capability and purchasing more U.S.-made missile defense systems.”
“Japan’s leader said the country will take concrete action under the Japan-U.S. defense alliance to respond to any emergency amid Pyongyang’s ‘escalating provocation.’”
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said, “We will strengthen Japanese defense power, including missile defense capabilities, in order to protect the people’s lives and peace”.
It is imperative the US Defense Department continues to closely monitor North Korea’s ICBM nuclear capability. With this said, North Korea will continue to launch ICBM’s to further their capability and the United States also has to continue to launch, test and intercept North Korea’s future nuclear ICBM threat. North Korea’s zealous threat will continue to poke the bear or the dragon; it’s his choice.
Update 12/07/17: The US is dangerously closer within North Korea’s path of mayhem & destruction. North Korea purposely launched the last ICBM missile at night, on Monday November 27, 2017, coming even closer to Japan then ever before. ALERT: The ICBM was already launched before it was detected by the US.
North Korea’s Provocation of a Nuclear War
Today, is the day to understand the gravity and the serious circumstances facing North Korea’s provocation of nuclear war. ~ Natalie
There is palpable tension and circumstances with North Korea exceeding its provocation possibly leading to a nuclear war.
This started 7 years ago and has advanced exponentially in the last two years to be a real nuclear threat to this nation and others. It is more than likely that part of Uranium One was segued to North Korea and to Iran. Of course, Russia kept its portion.
The past war in Korea shaped Kim’s ancestors purposes and priorities and therefore influenced and shaped Kim Jong-un’s mind and purpose, being the most dangerous, as it is now very apparent to us!
In Peal Harbor, Japan attacked the United States on December 7, 1941. President Trump just visited with Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Japan. Now that’s a very good example and role model to adhere to. To live in peace and prosper.
Logically, North Korea’s pattern of behavior has all the signs of a nuclear threat. We wait until President Trump and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis with cabinet members can continue to assess and understand that the choice is now.
Iran is now following in the same pattern of behavior to become our second nuclear threat. Every nation within very close proximity to North Korea should prepare and have a plan. Combined forces with our allies will increase our capability to defend our nations who want to live in peace. The best choice is to disarm and destroy facilities with intercontinental ballistic missile launch capability, penetrate and destroy their nuclear underground sites, destroy all their artillery and rockets and last but not least, destroy intelligence resources, designated in those areas, all traceable through Satellite technology.
It is comprehensible and strategically imminent that we choose the fight before a war. Communication with our alliances can only strengthen us to protect and end the threat before it arrives on our back door. Of course, if North Korea is open to communication with the United States, this is always the first choice. This division and opposition in this country is the indignation of pride and it is damaging. Preventing us from getting along better and to support each other in a time where we are most in danger. We, you and me as Americans to support President Trump in this time of real imminent danger and crises is crucial.
Fox News 11/17/17 As tensions continue to escalate in East Asia, Japan is bolstering defense measures in response to what Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called his nation’s most serious security threat since World War II.
Abe outlined his plan Friday during a policy speech in parliament. His agenda included strengthening Japan’s missile defense capability and purchasing more U.S.-made missile defense systems.
Japan’s leader said the country will take concrete action under the Japan-U.S. defense alliance to respond to any emergency amid Pyongyang’s “escalating provocation.”
“We will strengthen Japanese defense power, including missile defense capabilities, in order to protect the people’s lives and peace,” Abe said.
The visibility of a real nuclear threat can no longer be pushed to the side. It’s a matter of life and death and we choose to live. We are no threat to North Korea but they somehow insist that we are their enemy. Every move now will pave our way to making history and preserving human life.