DEFCON alert: North Korea WARNING after SHOCK satellite images – ‘Kim WON’T give up nukes’

Thursday, April 5, 2018
By Paul Martin

A DEFCON Warning System level alert has been issued amid rising North Korea tension following the release of shock new satellite images, with nuclear experts warning Kim Jong-un will not give up his beloved nukes.

Thu, Apr 5, 2018

The Defcon Warning System has been updated to reflect the changing dangers posed by North Korea and the rogue state’s despotic leader Kim Jong-un – as well as China, Russia and countries in the Middle East.

The private organisation, which monitors nuclear threats against the US, remains at Level 5 – its lowest, and therefore safest, status.

However the group, which boasts of senior intelligence contacts, has issued a fresh warning regarding North Korea’s threat to the US.

The Defcon Warning System said, despite the proposed meeting between North Korea and the US, the hermit state remained a huge threat and should not be trusted.

They said: “We caution the public to understand that North Korea views its nuclear programme to be sacrosanct and will likely not give it up, no matter what they say during any negotiations.

“While the press has reported that North Korea is willing to negotiate their nuclear programme, this is not exactly what North Korea said.

“An examination of North Korea’s statement as reported by the Chinese reads that North Korea is willing to discuss it but said nothing about actual disarmament.”

And they warned new satellite images appear to show North Korea has already gone back on its promise not to carry out tests until the meeting.

They said: “Prior to the upcoming summit meeting, North Korea has stated that it will suspend further tests while talks are underway.

“However satellite images have shown that North Korea’s Yongbyon Nuclear Complex is likely operating, producing more plutonium for nuclear weapons programme.”

And Defcon also warned of threats posed by China and Russia to the US, along with chaos in the Middle East in Saudi Arabia and Turkey.

They said: “While China has announced that it is increasing its defence spending by 8.1 percent, Russia has said that it is going to decrease its spending on defence.

The Rest…HERE

Comments are closed.

Join the revolution in 2018. Revolution Radio is 100% volunteer ran. Any contributions are greatly appreciated. God bless!

Follow us on Twitter