North Korea Is On The Brink Of War

In recent months, North Korea has been making a display out of both their militant efforts as well as their hatred for western civilization.

But while the United States does not negotiate with terrorists or countries trying to bully the U.S. into getting what they want, it seems that conflict may be inevitable, as North Korea is on the brink of an all-out war with the western world.

Between their showy displays of nuclear weaponry and their intimidation tactics against U.S. ally and border neighbor South Korea, North Korea is making a major statement that can only mean one thing: war is coming.

The most recent issue the North Koreans are blowing out of proportion involves what they claim was a plot to assassinate their leader.

Breitbart News reported:

North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Han Song Ryol on Thursday demanded the U.S. and South Korea “hand over” the “terror suspects” involved in what Pyongyang claims was a plot to assassinate dictator Kim Jong-un.

 

“The Central Prosecutor’s Office will ask for the handover of those criminals and prosecute them under the relevant laws,” said North Korea’s Han.

 

Han Song Ryol vowed his government would find those who were plotting against Kim Jong-un, and “mercilessly wipe them out”.

It’s important to note the fact he did not mention how the individuals were involved, especially whether they were from the United States.

On a related note, North Korea accused the United States just last week of plotting an attack against Kim Jong-un, but no evidence has come to light on the subject.

Breitbart News reported:

Last week, North Korea accused the CIA and South Korean intelligence of hatching a “vicious plot” to assassinate Kim Jong-un with “biochemical substances,” “radioactive substances,” and “nano-poisonous substances,” which would slowly turn the corpulent Supreme Leader into a corpse over the span of “six to twelve months.”

 

The North Koreans claimed the CIA and South Korea had “ideologically corrupted and bribed” a North Korean lumberjack whose last name was “Kim.” He was supposedly recruited by foreign agents while he was working in the Russian timber industry.

 

The Associated Press noticed that this alleged assassination plot sounds an awful lot like what happened to Kim Jong-nam, brother of the current dictator, who was murdered with a chemical weapon in Malaysia. North Korea has been blamed for the murder, causing a significant diplomatic rift with Malaysia, formerly one of the few countries on friendly terms with Pyongyang.

Regardless of what evidence may or may not have been found by the North Koreans, it seems they are hell-bent on creating conflict against the United States and South Korea.

Breitbart News reported:

“We will ferret out and mercilessly destroy to the last one the terrorists of the US CIA and the puppet IS of South Korea,” vowed the North Korean Ministry of State Security last week. “The heinous crime, which was recently uncovered and smashed in the DPRK, is a kind of terrorism against not only the DPRK but the justice and conscience of humankind and an act of mangling the future of humankind.”

 

Reuters notes the CIA and White House “declined to comment” after the Ministry of State Security released its statement last week, while the South Korean Intelligence Service (IS) called the charges “groundless.”

While North Korea certainly makes threats easily, only time will tell if those threats come to fruition.

If war is inevitable, the United States will be ready, as President Trump is pushing militant spending and training in an effort to better protect the American people.

Do you think North Korea is trying to start a war?

Leave us your thoughts in the comments section below.

  • lordairgtar

    Don’t really know what to think about the DPRK. My feeling about the display of their military might is that those missiles are actually hollow shells on the backs of those trucks. And what’s with those old American cars they use to display the big pictures of their “great leader and founder”. They appear to be 1975 Mercury Grand Marquis’. They have two of them they use in parades and funerals.

  • concern4us

    Kim Jong-un is mentally ill and needs to be taken out, hard telling what he’ll do next!

  • I say, ‘match-make’ ‘Ding-Dong Un’ with a liberal/progressive American woman… Shortly thereafter, he’ll either be a blubbering baby, or commit suicide…

  • Richard Bagenstose

    and who are they going to war with , what a joke , here is an idea send all muslims to n.korea , they will fit in perfictly , their all freaken nuts

  • Cummings Stiles

    Hell if they continue to threaten us it’s time to give them what they want to give us. Drop an atomic bomb on them, put an end to this 70 year conflict that started in 1952. I don’t want to see anymore of our boys come home missing arms, legs, or life.