North Korea THREAT: Kim ready to deploy 60 NUCLEAR WEAPONS – US needs to act NOW

Friday, January 19, 2018
By Paul Martin

NORTH KOREA will “pocket” concessions made thanks to its diplomatic charm offensive to the South to continue to build its nuclear arsenal, which could already include up to 60 nuclear weapons, a former CIA analyst has claimed.

Fri, Jan 19, 2018

North Korea briefly re-opened communications channels with Seoul in an attempt to placate the international community’s fears of World War 3.

Former CIA analyst Fred Fleitz however warned North Korea will continue to build up its nuclear and missile arsenal in preparation for possible attacks.

He said: “We have to think about what’s the purpose of North Korea’s nuclear deterrent. Is it really just to protect the country?

“I think the size of North Korea’s missile arsenal, the fact that North Korea reportedly has built a hydrogen bomb, it may have up to 60 weapons, it’s building submarines to launch missiles – I don’t think this is a deterrent. This is an offensive force.”

North Korea has been fuelling World War 3 concerns with its constant refusal to shut down its nuclear weapons development programme and repeated missile testing despite the international outcry.

Mr Fleitz said US President Donald Trump should intervene to forcefully denuclearise the rogue nation with “limited military action” to avoid triggering World War 3.

Speaking to Fox Business, he said: “The North will pocket any concession and continue their missile and nuclear programmes.

“We have to stop it before it’s used. The idea of some type of limited military action, maybe shooting down North Korean missiles, maybe a naval blockade has to be on the table.”

Recent satellite images appeared to show fervent activity on a second submersible ballistic missile test stand barge for a nuclear submarine – suggesting North Korea could be preparing for a new nuclear test.

This barge supports the development of the Pukguksong-1 SLBM and the SINPO-Class experimental ballistic missile submarine.

It comes after North Korea dramatically called off a second meeting with Seoul to talk about Pyongyang’s plans to dispatch a delegation to February’s Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

According to the Yonhap news agency, North Korea refused to provide an official reason for the cancellation.

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