Kim Jong-Un Wants To Attack America
Kim Jong-Un | Photo Credit ABC News
In a recent message to the state media, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said he would attack his Western enemies from “ground, air, sea and underwater” in a “merciless” bout.
The KCNA propaganda press agency said that this blood-thirsty message had come about due to joint military drills in South Korea. America had sent over U.S. troops to work with South Korean troops on various drills.
Kim revealed an official statement on the matter.
Threatens “Ground, Sea, Air, And Underwater.”
North Korean Missile | Photo Credit Reuters
“If they infringe on the DPRK’s sovereignty and dignity even a bit, its army will launch merciless ultra-precision strikes from ground, air, sea, and underwater,” said Kim Jong-Un in regards to the drills.
North Korea has said before that they wish to launch a surprise attack against America and these recent comments plus the missile tests seem like they are gearing up for just that.
North Korea has also alarmed other countries with their nuclear tests in recent years.
In response to these comments and actions, President Trump is working on eradicating some of the various drone regulations developed by the Obama administration back in 2013 which limited drone capabilities.
Trump Eradicates Obama Drone Regulations
Trump Interview | Photo Credit CBN
These efforts were meant to decrease the likelihood of an Obama predecessor being able to launch drones in non-battlefield arenas. Donald Trump wants to give the CIA access to the drones so they can strike as necessary.
While the original mindset to keep drones on the frontline seems well intentioned, dictators like Kim and terrorists alike do not keep their fights on the battlefield. Therefore, the drones should be able to fly and attack where the enemy resides.
As North Korea continues to say provocative things and does provocative actions towards the United States, President Trump will also need to retaliate to make sure the trigger-happy Kim doesn’t proceed further down the wrong path.
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