North Korea is preparing to fight a nuclear war in the Korean peninsula against the USA and its allies.
As the world’s most completely closed society, there are many things about North Korea that we cannot know. For good or ill, though, the DPRK’s nuclear strategy is crystal clear—for Pyongyang has been doggedly pursuing this very same game plan single-mindedly, for decades on end.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un celebrates the test-firing of a submarine-launched ballistic missile in a photo released by North Korea’s Korean Central News Agency in Pyongyang on August 25. Nicholas Eberstadt writes that North Korea is preparing to fight a nuclear war in the Korean peninsula against the USA and its allies.KCNA/REUTERS
It’s really very simple: North Korea is methodically and deliberately preparing to fight and win a limited nuclear war in the Korean peninsula against the USA and its allies.
No, this is not Dr. Strangelove stuff. The North Korean leadership is not planning to join the Eternal President Great Leader Kim Il Sung in heaven. If things go their way, North Korea’s rulers will be safe and sound before, during and after the confrontation they are preparing for.
The idea, rather, is to force a crisis in the peninsula, at a time and place of their own choosing, in which an American president is faced with options so unappetizing that he or she will hesitate, blink or back down in the face of North Korea’s provocation or aggression.
And as soon as the American president does this, the U.S.-ROK alliance will be finished. Indeed, if the U.S. commitment to Seoul’s defense is shown to be hollow, South Koreans themselves will militate to get U.S. soldiers out of their country on the double.
North Korea’s current and ongoing missile launches and nuclear tests serve other purposes as well, of course—international military extortion, domestic legitimacy messaging and all the rest.
But the overriding purpose is to perfect and amass a nuclear arsenal and the attendant weapons delivery systems that will permit Pyongyang to face down Uncle Sam in that moment of truth that three generations of Kims have been preparing for.
For over 60 years, U.S. policy in the peninsula has been to deter North Korea.
Why do we have such a hard time understanding that the DPRK’s leadership has spent those same many years thinking about how to deter us?
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New images suggest North Korea preparing MORE nuclear tests
NORTH Korea could be making significant progress in developing nuclear weapons, terrifying new satellite images have revealed.
Kim Jong-un’s military has the capability to launch nuclear tests from three different reactors at its Punggye-ri nuclear site.
It is feared any further try-outs could increase tensions between the US and Pyongyang.
Spy satellites have spotted trucks entering one of the underground tunnels where bombs could be prepared.
A large canopy appears to be hiding materials near one of the portals – sparking fears the North could be concealing secret goods used for tests.
A satellite image shows a vehicle near one of the portals used to conduct tests
Watchdog 38 North – which monitors the secretive Communist country – said: “Recent commercial satellite imagery of the Punggye-ri nuclear test site from October 1 indicates continuing activity at all three tunnel complexes that could be used to conduct a nuclear test.”
One of the active sites which could launch a nuclear test was the same site which conducted the provocative experiment in September.
Recent commercial satellite imagery of the Punggye-ri nuclear test site from October 1 indicates continuing activity at all three tunnel complexes that could be used to conduct a nuclear test 38 North.
South Korea have shown the world it’s ready for war as Kim Jong Un marches towards nuclear apocalypse. South Korea put its latest high-tech weapons systems on show as tensions rise in the region following Pyongyang’s test-firing of three missiles this week
The isolated nation has fired a number of missiles from submarines over the past few months despite warnings from the United Nations.
Kim Jong-un has also teased Western forces by carrying out a series of ballistic missiles launches, which threaten to blow open the tense situation on the peninsula.
The Punggye-ri nuclear site could launch more tests.
Reports also suggest tyrant Kim is developing a gigantic 2,700 tonne submarine built from parts purchased from Russian vessels.
If the North can marry the technology for missiles and submarines together, the state could launch a deadly attack on Western nations.
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