North Korea are a ‘nuclear proxy for China’ and US needs to tackle ‘unacceptable’ threat

Friday, August 25, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH KOREA is acting as a “nuclear proxy for China” as they threaten Donald Trump and the United States with missile attacks.

Fri, Aug 25, 2017

North Korea threatened to launch a missile attack on the Pacific island of Guam, which is home to a US airbase.

US President Donald Trump promised to retaliate with “fire and fury” as he entered into a fierce war of words with the rogue state’s despot leader Kim Jong-un.

As the pair exchanged threats, reports from Pyongyang surfaced suggesting the Kim regime was ready to strike but would only do so after seeing the “foolish Yankee’s” next move.

While the row has seemingly deescalated, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said he is confident the pair can reach a diplomatic solution to the apparent crisis.

However, a retired US Air Force Lieutenant General suggested China, who Mr Trump has levelled trade threats against, are waging a proxy war against the US through their allies North Korea.

Speaking to Fox News, Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney said: “It is a reason why we should never let North Korea have nuclear ICBMs that can strike the United States.

“They are, as I’ve said before, a proxy for China – a nuclear proxy – we cannot have that, and we’re going to have to, and I still believe, over the next six months to a year, we are going to have to come to a head on this because it’s unacceptable for the United States to have a nuclear ICBM North Korea.”

Another warning from the rogue state’s neighbours, South Korea, claims Kim Jong-un’s threats come because he wants global “recognition”.

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