Kim Jong-un Furious At ‘Imperialist U.S.,’ Orders North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons To Be Ready To Launch

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Good morning readers, maybe you’re waking up this fine day to chipper birds chirping or a fresh coating of snow after a wonderful and restful night of sleep that featured sublime dreams. I’m glad to hear. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is threatening to wipe out the United States with an all-out nuclear war holocaust.Maybe you should have stayed in bed.

“Nuclear warheads need to be ready for use at any time,” Kim Jong-un said on Friday according to the North Korean state news agency KCNA.

The reason for Kim Jong-un urging his military to have its nuclear warheads deployed and ready to be fired at a moment’s notice is because the United Nations Security Council unanimously approved tougher sanctions on North Korea the day before. The new sanctions are directed at restricting the communist nation’s ability to get their hands on technology, resources or money that will enable the country to enhance their nuclear weapons and ballistic-missile programs. These are the strongest sanctions against North Korea ever.

Korean Central News Agency called the sanctions “unprecedented and gangster-like” and that the “political and economic pressure and military aggression on the DPRK have gone to a grave phase that can no longer be overlooked.”

“Under the extreme situation that the U.S. Imperialist is misusing its military influence and is pressuring other countries and people to start war and catastrophe, the only way for our people to protect sovereignty and rights to live is to strengthen the quality and quantity of nuclear power and realize the balance of power,” Kim allegedly said.

“We are aware of the reports. We are closely monitoring the situation on the Korean Peninsula in coordination with our regional allies,” the Pentagon said in response to North Korea’s provocations. “We urge North Korea to refrain from provocative actions that aggravate tensions and instead focus on fulfilling its international obligations and commitments.”

The North Korean news agency also confirmed that the country test-fired a new multiple launch rocket system. A day earlier, only hours after the U.N. vote, Pyongyang launched six missiles that splashed into the Sea of Japan.

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