NORTH KOREA: Leader holds fire on Guam missile launch

Remigio Civitarese
Agosto 16, 2017

New reports suggesting that North Korea can now fit a nuclear bomb on a missile which can strike the United States has escalated tensions between North Korea and the United States and raises the potential of a military conflict. "I'd say nearly ecstatic that Kim Jong Un has backed off". But the statement also warned the communist dictator might change his mind if "the Yankees persist in their extremely risky reckless actions".

August 15 marks the surrender of Japan in World War II that brought with it the liberation of the Korean peninsular from Japanese rule, a rare holiday celebrated by both the North and the South.

It states that Kim was then given a performance by an "art squad", and then "gave precious teachings for the art squad's performance activities".

"President Trump reiterated to President Macron the United States' commitment to stop the North Korean nuclear menace". Trump responded on January 2 with a tweet stating that the claim "won't happen!"

President Trump made a statement, " North Korea not make any more threats to the United States. Guam's citizens have been stoic through the crisis, with many saying they fear the looming typhoon season more than aggression from North Korea which has threatened the island several times in recent years.

North Korea and the USA have been locked in a battle of fire words in recent days as Pyongyang and Washington have traded increasingly intense threats. They said China needs to be on board for effective economic leverage. Susan Rice, the former national security adviser under Obama published an August 10 op-ed in The New York Times.

French President Emmanuel Macron made a plea to de-escalate tensions with North Korea and called on the worldwide community to proceed toward new measures aimed at an irreversible dismantling of the country's nuclear program.

Yet, Trump's "unprecedented" stance appears to have worked. In fact, not only are they continuing to visit Guam, but according to the Commercial Minister from the US Embassy Korea, their numbers are growing.

Though at first efforts were stagnant, China issued a ban Monday on several North Korean imports, including coal and iron ore as part of recently passed United Nations sanctions on the Kim regime. Kim's announcement about no longer threatening Guam came a few hours later.

"I can say this: You're going to go up, like, tenfold with the expenditure of no money", Trump said during the call which the governor posted on social media. Donald Trump in particular has promised "fire and anger" at North Korea.

Altre relazioniGrafFiotech

Discuti questo articolo

Segui i nostri GIORNALE