World War 3 with North Korea ‘300,000 will perish in first THREE DAYS’

Thursday, November 30, 2017
By Paul Martin

AT LEAST 300,000 people will be killed in the first few days of a North Korea war that would be “hell”, a top US politician has warned.

By Rachel O’Donoghue
DailyStar.co.uk
1st December 2017

Congressman Ruben Gallego said any conflict on the Peninsula would be “bloody” and lead to American troops dying in “large numbers”.

His warning comes just two days after tensions between Kim Jong-un’s hermit state and the US after North Korea fired an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).

The rocket flew for 50 minutes and travelled 620 miles before landing in Japanese waters – prompting a furious response from Washington.

US President Donald Trump blasted Kim as “rocket man” again, saying the US would take action.

And United States ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley warned North Korea would “utterly destroyed” in the conflict.

Mr Gallego said: “In short, a Korean War II would be bloody. According to a Congressional Research Service report, in just the first few days of fighting, as many as 300,000 people could perish.

“Indeed, even if North Korea elected only to use conventional weapons, American troops would die in large numbers alongside South Korean forces and masses of innocent civilians.

“North Korea could also opt to employ its unconventional arsenal to devastating effect. The Joint Chiefs warn that there is a strong reason to suspect that North Korea would choose to make use of its stocks of chemical, biological, or nuclear weapons in a conflict.”

He also said that even though China and Russia are keen to avoid World War 3 at all costs, it could “spin dangerously out of control into a global disaster.”

The US-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins previously estimated 2.1 million people would die in a war and 7.7 million injured.

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