North Korea will NOT surrender nuclear weapons as Pyongyang plots to take control of Seoul

Sunday, January 21, 2018
By Paul Martin

KIM Jong-un and his dictator run state will not surrender their nuclear weapons as North Korea plots to “drive a wedge between the US and South Korea” and eventually take control of Seoul, experts warn.

Sun, Jan 21, 2018

After continued threats of war on the Korean Peninsula, the North will send 22 athletes to compete in three sports and five disciplines at the Winter Olympics in South Korea next month.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) confirmed that the hermit regime has made plans to take part in the games which are set to be held in February.

Pyongyang and Seoul agreed to march under a ‘unity flag’ at the games.

Despite this, fears have heightened this week as Kim Jong-un appears to be not willing to surrender his nuclear weapons.

Robert A. Manning, resident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, believes that nuclear arsenal is key to the dictator’s grip on power.

He told the Daily Star Online: “I can’t say I’m optimistic, as the regime’s very identity and legitimacy is bound to its nuclear status.

“That said, we have never applied anything even close to such comprehensive economic sanctions, which all told, almost amount to an economic blockade.

“They are beginning to disrupt the North Korean economy, and maybe one reason for Kim’s sudden olive branch, though part of his motive is to try to drive a wedge between the US and South Korean, a time-honoured tactic.”

Mr Manning’s comments come after North Korean expert Bradley K. Martin warned Donald Trump that his officials should continue monitoring Pyongyang to avoid any surprise attacks.

He said: “We should be very wary because North Korea never falters from its basic strategy which is to persuade the United States to get its troops out of the Korean Peninsula or persuade the South Koreans to push our troops out.

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