(NationalSentinel) Nuclear War: North Korea continues to ramp up its bellicose rhetoric after being warned by both China and the United States that continued belligerence and threats against the world’s sole remaining superpower isn’t the best idea in the world.
Nevertheless, North Korea’s foreign minister, Han Song-Ryol, has threatened “all-out war” if the U.S. dares to attack in a bid to destroy the country’s nuclear weapons and missile production capabilities.
As noted by Britain’s The Sun, Han also noted that Pyongyang would continue to conduct missile tests after this past weekend’s failed attempt.
“We’ll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis,” he said, adding that President Donald J. Trump is “hell bent” on going to war with his country.
“A nuclear war could break out at any moment on the Korean Peninsula,” he said from his country’s capital city. “The United States are disturbing the peace and global stability, insisting in a gangster logic.”
For better or worse, Trump definitely appears to have decided the U.S. can no longer live with the rising threat posed by North Korea.
North Korea, however, seems oblivious to the threat it faces from the U.S. military if or when the order is given to attack.