(BloodyRubbish) North Korea has nukes, and they aren’t afraid to use them. This is a major issue for everyone within range of their missiles; this includes U.S. allies that Trump has to protect — and U.S. bases.
We may very well see nuclear war happening because of this crazy country, whose citizens worship their leader like a god (due to an insane amount of propaganda that’s been pushed into their minds since birth).
I’ve seen the documentaries, read the headlines, and heard the Whistleblowers stories about escaping the hellhole of North Korea. It’s a scary place where citizens are not in control of their own lives. They mask over their problems by pretending that there are none. This isn’t a good solution, especially for the millions in the country who are starving to death.
North Koreans live in such denial that they actually think that their supreme leaders haircut isn’t creepy. Although, I’m sure if someone were to speak up against the hilariously twisted ‘high-top’ of Kim Jong-Un — they probably would disappear.
You can’t trust a place that doesn’t just give those who commit a crime forced labor, but multiple generations of the perpetrators family as well. It’s just something else North Korea is known for — constant human rights violations. According to hrw.org, “A 2014 UN Commission of Inquiry found that abuses in North Korea were without parallel in the contemporary world. They include extermination,murder, enslavement, torture, imprisonment, rape, forced abortions, and other sexual violence.”
Living in North Korea is a horrible existence; many people feel relief when they escape. Working in a sweatshop in another country is a huge step forward. The people who run North Korea are out of touch with reality, and unfortunately for the rest of the world — have nukes, and they are making threats.
As reported by Yahoo News,
“Nuclear-armed North Korea said Tuesday its missile launches were training for a strike on US bases in Japan, as global condemnation of the regime swelled.
Three of the four missiles fired Monday came down provocatively close to US ally Japan, in waters that are part of its exclusive economic zone, representing a challenge to US President Donald Trump.
In separate phone calls, Trump — whose rhetoric on the campaign trail had raised doubts about the issue — reaffirmed Washington’s “ironclad commitment” to Japan and South Korea.
The US will demonstrate to Pyongyang that there were “very dire consequences” for its actions, the White House said in a statement.”
Could nuclear power plants in Japan be a target?
North Korea may be making threats against Japan and U.S. bases, but the entire world needs to be worried about radiation destroying the planet if one of their missiles targets a Japanese power plant. Areas across the world are still suffering due to the Fukushima nuclear disaster, which has lead to high levels of radiation — affecting areas as far away as California. The entire world is in danger, and we may soon see war.