President Donald Trump recently announced that he would be sending the U.S. Navy to the Korean Peninsula.
On top of that, the South Koreans announced that they have a new missile that is capable of attacking the North Koreans anywhere in their country.
“There was a test-firing recently of a Hyunmoo-type ballistic missile with a range of 800 km at the Anheung test site of the Agency for Defense Development under the wing of the Defense Ministry,” the source said. “It’s assessed that it was successful.”
Conservative Tribune reports:
With over 28,000 American soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines currently in South Korea at full readiness, South Korea has long been under an umbrella of protection by the U.S.
The goal of the American presence there is and has always been to foster and support South Korean military independence. In 2012, the two countries agreed that South Korea would begin developing missiles with longer range to increase deterrence against the North’s nuclear threat, according to Yonhap News via New Delhi TV.
North Korean defector Tahe Yong Ho recently spoke about North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un and the need to be prepared for his irrationality.
“If Kim Jong Un has nuclear weapons and ICBMs, he can do anything. So I think the world should be ready to deal with this kind of person,” Thae said. “Kim Jong Un is a man who can do anything beyond the normal imagination.”
It is refreshing to see the developed world taking a stand against the North Koreans and their bully tactics. It is not acceptable to threaten other countries and the North Korean government deserves to face the consequences for their actions.