Is North Korea’s New Missile a Threat to DC?
Since early November 2017, the U.S. has been flexing its military might in preparation to President Trump’s visit to the Korean Peninsula. Meanwhile, in North Korea, they were dancing in the streets and celebrating with fireworks, music, and food after learning that their latest ICBM has the potential to launch a successful strike on Washington D.C. among other states.
The problem of North Korea and it’s escalating threats of war have officials in the United States, China, Japan and South Korea concerned. The United States is taking very seriously the threat of a nuclear strike within the next year. Both the president and U.S. military officials agree with the realization that any strike could tigger a global conflict.
In addition to images recently shared of the crowds celebrating, new satellite images from Image Satellite International show construction work on more weapons in North Korea at the Panghyou Aircraft Factory in North Pyongyang. According to North Korean General Pak Young Sik, this latest Intercontinental ballistic missile successfully realized the country’s national nuclear force and in a November 2017 warning to the U.S., officials shared their angst over U.S. deployment of three aircraft carrier groups postured for a preemptive strike. They warn this makes it difficult for them to predict when war will break out.
In the following video compilation on the subject, some foreign leaders say they do believe that President Trump’s unconventional approach may be just what is needed in order to deal with North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong Um.
Hawaii is one of the nearest U. S. states to North Korea, and as a result they are in a state of readiness should a strike from North Korea hit. However, most Americans don’t seem to be overly concerned, trusting that our leaders and military forces will handle whatever comes up. In a November statement, U.S Ambassador to the U.N., Nikki Haley made it clear that the North Korean regime will be ‘utterly destroyed’ should they attempt to start a war with the U.S.
Learn more about this developing situation in the video below.
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