This surely will be the limit. And the world would be at war. This time, not by guns and jet bombers, but by weapons of mass destruction, nuclear.
This year, developments in the Far East have deteriorated. The United States involvement in the region has heightened tensions. Countries in the region have been preparing themselves for an unknown war.
First is the dispute over the South China Sea. China has refused to comply with the July 2016 ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, that its nine-dash-line claim in the South China Sea and its land reclamation activities on islets are invalid and unlawful.
Using the ruling as a pretext, the United States wants to have the disputed sea for its own selfish interest, hiding behind the Philippines.
This prompted the Chinese Defense Minister, Chang Wanquan to urge his country’s citizens to prepare for what he described as the people’s war at sea. Mr Wanquan reportedly made the statement while inspecting military installations in China’s eastern coastal province of Zhejiang. The Defense Minister said the Chinese public should be educated about national defense issues, because the country’s sovereignty and its territorial integrity are at risk.
As this tension is still mounting in South-East Asia, in the Korean peninsula, the United States is busy stirring another war in the area.
The United States and South Korea are currently carrying out their annual military drills in the Korean peninsula. The joint military exercise has been codenamed Ulchi Freedom. It involves over 80,000 United States and South Korean troops participating in a largely computer-simulated defense of South Korea, from a fictional North Korean invasion. Apart from this, the United States is also in the process of finalizing preparations to place a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense anti-missile system in South Korea.
On Sept. 21, 2016, the United States Air Force a flew B-1B Lancer and two F-15K Slam Eagle bombers over South Korea. An unnamed United States military source later told CNN that this was the first time these types of bombers have ever flown so close to North Korea.
In all these naked provocations, North Korea has repeatedly warned that United States and South Korea are threatening its national security. Its leader, Kim Jong Un has therefore vowed to use all available force to defend its citizens and territories.
On Sept. 9, 2016, North Korea tested its biggest ever nuclear bomb, which sent a chilling message into the nerves of the United States and South Korea.
North Korea is banned by the International Community from any nuclear or missile technology testing. The country has been hit by five sets of sanctions from the United Nations since it first carried out a nuclear test in 2006, but seems to have made little difference in deterring the nation. The September test was the fifth nuclear test since the first test in 2006. North Korea has insisted that it is conducting the tests in self-defense. Especially this year, the country has tested many of its deadly weapons.
However, in the latest news, South Korea, with the support of the United States, has revealed a diabolical plan which could seriously jeopardize the security of the entire world.
South Korea’s defense minister, Han Min-koo has told the country’s parliament during a national defense session that the country has elite troops on standby, ready to assassinate Kim Jong Un.
Mr Min-koo revealed that the South Korea’s national security is at risk, due to the frequent testing of weapons by Kim Jong Un and his government in North Korea.
When lawmakers asked Mr Min-koo if there was a Special Forces unit already assembled that could eliminate Kim Jong Un, he answered: “Yes, we do have such a plan.” He then continued to elaborate further on the plan: “South Korea has a general idea and plan to use precision missile capabilities to target the enemy’s facilities in major areas as well as eliminating the enemy’s leadership.”
Since this plan of South Korea was reported in the media, the United States government has pretended not to have heard it. The White House has refused to comment on it.
Some observers have expressed grave concern regarding the plan. It is said, if the South carries out the plan, it would cost the world dearly. We are following events, and will report on the latest.
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