Shots Fired at the DMZ
War games are not invited to the border of N. Korea. Kim Jong Un has made that extremely clear in the last few days. Conflict started with mines going off and now both sides are trading fire. Kim Jong Un has released threats of nuclear war if the war games do not seize.
Military.com reports: In Seoul, South Korea — Amid protests from North Korea, the U.S. and South Korea quietly kicked off their annual Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise Monday.
The annual computer simulation drill is scheduled to run through Aug. 28, with about 50,000 South Korean and 30,000 U.S. troops taking part, according to South Korea’s Ministry of National Defense.
Kim Jong Un Threatens Nuclear War
North Korea released the following statement:
“We will retaliate against the U.S. with tremendous muscle. North Korea is the invincible power equipped with both [the] latest offensive and defensive means unknown to the world…”
The annual South Korea / U.S. war games last about two months.
Gathering from this statement from Kim Jong Un, he is implying North Korea has technology more advanced than the rest of the world. Hard to believe after viewing the Vice documentary below. The streets of North Korea are empty of traffic and the cities full of vacant buildings with no actual business to be seen. The North Korean economy is far from the “most productive” machine that Kim Jong Un sells it as.
Tensions continue to grow at the North/ South border in Korea.
U.S. spy satellites reported on Aug. 11 that North Korea has possibly doubled the nuclear production at
the Yongbyon Nuclear Complex. The images show higher levels of heat and faster melting of snow which analysts conclude can only come from more nuclear production, specifically about double. Could this be the “tremendous muscle” Kim Jong Un was ranting about? Possibly. Although, the true inner workings of North Korea remain unknown. The people seem to be extremely oppressed and misguided by the regime’s propaganda. North Korea is perhaps the biggest threat to the U.S. today, not ISIS. George Bush Jr. called the North Koreans a major part of the “axis of evil” in his famous speech after 9/11. Although Barack Obama has had little to say on the issue, the next POTUS will surely have to face this growing international threat. David Albright, a former U.N. weapons inspector says, “Kim Jong Un’s regime could already have 10 to 15 nuclear weapons at this point.”
What does the outside world know about N. Korea?
Vice News infiltrated North Korea and documented the country’s lifestyle. No one has done such a thing in decades. The Vice crew bribed officials in China to get approval to enter the country.
Satellite images – Janes.com
Videos – Vice News
War games – Military.com
Nuclear position of North Korea – http://www.valuewalk.com/2015/08/china-vs-north-korea-facts/