The British Ministry of Defense has now published a report with it’s newest findings on the ongoing conflict with North Korea and it’s murderous dictator. And what they have found is truly terrifying. The report details in depths the fact that North Korea could very well develop nuclear missiles which are capable of reaching the United States by mid-summer of 2018, with experts predicting the earliest attack could very well take place by July 23rd of this year.
Express UK reports: “The British Ministry of Defence warned of the increasing threat in its report Rash or rational? North Korea and the threat it poses, suggesting Pyongyang could be on the verge of outfitting intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) with nuclear warheads.
In a hearing discussing the findings in January, defence minister Earl Howe said: “We judge that North Korea is now certainly capable of reaching targets in the short range, by which I mean Japan, South Korea — obviously — and adjoining territories.
“Our judgment is that it will probably be six to eighteen months before they have an ICBM capability that is capable of reaching the coast of the United States or indeed ourselves.”
During a hearing to discuss the findings this past January, Defence Minister Earl Howe stressed that the agency feels North Korea now possesses the capability to reach short range areas such as Japan, South Korea, and adjoining areas.
The report goes on to advise the British government that although the UK doesn’t consider North Korea a threat and it isn’t as close as the others nations mentioned they still need to prepare for a worst-case scenario in the case that North Korea was to attack and war was to break out because of it. Further stressing that in 18 months the rogue regime could very well have missiles which could hit the UK.
Lastly, the report does confirm that the UK could also be threatened by cyber attacks which North Korea could throw at them although the probability of a said attack wasn’t mentioned.
It’s great to finally see other nations waking up to the fact of who North Korea and it’s murderous dictator Kim Jong Un is a serious threat to the entire world. After former presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Hussein Obama all let this dictator off the hook today President Trump, and the world is left to deal with him. And how can you deal with a man who killed his own brother and fed his own uncle to starving dogs?
More on the fate Kim Jong Un’s brother and Uncle via Fox News: “North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reportedly had his uncle executed and his half-brother killed in a daring airport assassination earlier this year after learning about a Chinese-backed plan to have him ousted, a Japanese magazine claimed.
Kim took power in 2011 after his father, Kim Jong Il, died. In six years, the leader purged senior officials and relatives allegedly plotting to overthrow him and his regime.
Kim’s uncle, Jang Song Thaek, was executed in 2013 when he was accused of being a “traitor” and committing a series of “hideous crimes.” His exiled half-brother, Kim Jong Nam, died this year when two women smeared his face with the banned VX nerve agent in Kuala Lumpar airport in Malaysia. Two women are being charged in his death, although they claim they were duped into thinking they were playing a harmless prank for a hidden-camera TV show.
A couple walks past a television showing a report on Jang Song Thaek, North Korean leaders’ uncle, at a railway station in Seoul December 3, 2013. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is believed to have dismissed a powerful uncle, a man key to his rise to power, from his posts, South Korean lawmakers said on Tuesday, a move that could help consolidate his power base with a younger guard of aides.
North Korea never acknowledged the half-brother’s death, but a report by the Japanese magazine Nikkei Asian Review claimed the leader had both relatives killed because of a coup concocted a year after he came to power, Sky News reported.
The magazine cited three sources who said Jang met with then-Chinese President Hu Jintao in August 2012 and “proposed a plot to oust Kim Jong Un and replace him with his elder half-brother,” with China’s support.
Hu reportedly didn’t give Jang a clear answer, and Zhou Yongkang, Kim’s ally in the Chinese government, informed the North Korean leader about the plot. Kim then “flew into a rage” around the time when Jang was executed, whom he branded “worse than a dog” and a “despicable human scum.”
While Kim Jong Nam was not thought to be seeking influence, his position as eldest son of the family that has ruled North Korea since its founding could have made him appear to be a threat. Kim Jong Nam had also spoken out publicly against his family’s dynastic control of the nuclear-armed nation.
Zhou was sentenced to life in jail in China after being charged with bribery, abuse of power and “intentionally leaking state secrets.”
China has been pressured to take a more aggressive approach to contain North Korea’s missile program. Earlier this month, China issued an order to carry out the United Nations sanctions imposed on the volatile regime.
The Japanese magazine claimed Kim has an “intense mistrust” of China after learning about the coup.”