North Korea has threatened the United States of a 'horrible disaster' should they move ships and aircraft carriers into a South Korean port. "The U.S. will be wholly accountable for the unexpected horrible disaster to be met by its imperialist aggression forces nuclear strike means," said spokesperson for the KCNA News Agency.
North Korea is prepared to strike and have put their military on high alert and standby today, after weeks of unresolved troubles with the UN and the United States. The United States reminds Americans that North Korea's threats are rarely carried out. They are the boy that calls wolf- but when is the threat serious?
"In this connection, the units of all services and army corps level of the KPA (Korean People's Army) received an emergency order from its Supreme Command to re-examine the operation plans already ratified by it and keeps themselves fully ready to promptly launch operations anytime," said spokeswomen of the KPA.
In March, North Korea launched two missiles and their intentions were unknown. In May, North Korea fired three short-range missiles toward the East and had the possibilities of reach Guam, but failed. "The North is banned from testing ballistic missiles under United Nations Security Council Resolutions," said US officials.
North Korea has broken the international warning banning them from building nuclear and long-range missile. It is believed, through spies, to have means and availability of enough materials to be able to produce 10 nuclear bombs but are believe to not have the means in order to launch a long-range missile. It is also possible, through information from spies that North Korea has activated their nuclear reactors and are performing engine testings for their long-range missiles.
"Such comments from North Korea will do nothing to end (its) isolation or reduce the costs (it) pays for defying the international community," said spokeswomen from the State Department, Jen Psaki.
In the mists of a government shut down and tempers rising and Americans frustrated over furloughs, are we vulnerable for an invasion?