DEFCON Warning System at level 4 as possibility of North Korea strike RISES

Monday, October 16, 2017
By Paul Martin

THE DEFCON Warning System has urged caution over a “significantly raised” possibility of a nuclear strike by North Korea which may feel “backed in to a corner” by the escalating situation in East Asia.

Mon, Oct 16, 2017

The group has also warned of “significant progress” in Kim Jong-un’s nuclear weapons programme, which it says are advanced enough to target the mainland United States with an “inaccurate but successful” strike.

This comes as US bombers escorted by stealth fighter jets have flown several missions close to North Korea in recent weeks.

American airforce chiefs have said they intend to continue flying sorties in international airspace, despite a warning from the hermit state that they “reserved the right” to shoot them down.

Dictator Kim has relentlessly persisted in his nuclear weapons and long-range ballistic missile programmes despite widespread international condemnation and a series of crippling sanctions.

The DEFCON Warning System’s latest report says: “Tension in the Korean theatre continues to be very high.

“A review of the data coming out of North Korea indicate a country that feels it is being backed into a corner.

“This significantly raises the possibility of a strike as North Korea may believe it either has nothing to lose or is responding to an impending attack.

“The United States exacerbates the situation with hostile language of its own.”

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