BRITAIN UNDER THREAT FROM NORTH KOREAN NUCLEAR MISSILES:

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BRITAIN UNDER THREAT FROM NORTH KOREAN NUCLEAR MISSILES:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sun Sep 10, 2017 7:19 pm

09.10.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

GREAT BRITAIN, ENGLAND, AMERICA'S OLDEST, STRONGEST, MOST TRUSTED ALLY MAY BE UNDER THREAT FROM NORTH KOREA'S NUCLEAR MISSILES.

HOW STRONG IS THE INPUT TO THE U.S. FROM ENGLAND ?

TO WHAT DEGREE DOES THE SECRET STATE, THE SECRET GOVERNMENT, THE HIGH CABAL, AND THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL CORPORATIONS OF BOTH THE U.S. AND ENGLAND SHARE THE SAME BED ? (09.10.2017, BB).


Britain under threat from North Korean nuclear missiles, says Defense Secretary.
The Telegraph Ben Farmer,The Telegraph 5 hours ago

Britain and the US have been taken aback by the acceleration in North Korea's missile program - AFP

London is at risk from North Korea’s nuclear missile program, the Defense Secretary has warned.

Sir Michael Fallon said the acceleration in Pyongyang’s race to build nuclear-armed intercontinental ballistic missiles will put Britain under threat.

This involves us. London is closer to North Korea and its missiles than Los Angeles Sir Michael Fallon.

Any military confrontation between America and North Korea had to be avoided “at all costs”, he stressed, and called for greater diplomatic efforts to rein in Kim Jong-un.

His comments came as the Nato secretary general, Jens Stoltenberg, said the North Korean regime now represented a “global” threat.

North Korean missile ranges:

Sir Michael told the BBC: “This involves us. London is closer to North Korea and its missiles than Los Angeles.”

Asked if North Korea could hit London, he said: “Not yet, but they are clearly accelerating their missile programme. The range is getting longer and longer and we have to get this programme halted because the dangers now of miscalculation or some accident triggering a response are extremely great.”

Sources said Britain and America have both been taken aback by the speed of advancement in North Korea’s nuclear and missile programmes.

The regime has test launched a series of ever more powerful missiles and earlier this month detonated its biggest ever hydrogen bomb.

At the start of the year it was estimated that North Korea would need a decade before they could launch intercontinental ballistic missile with nuclear warheads, Government sources said. That has now been slashed to just a few years.

North Korea May Test Missile on Country's National Day
Newsweek Sofia Lotto Persio, Newsweek Fri, Sep 8 8:27 AM PDT

North Korea is about to celebrate its 69th anniversary as the Democratic People‘s Republic of Korea (DPRK), and its southern neighbours are on high alert for a possible missile test.

South Korean intelligence reports of launch preparations in the North, just a few days after Pyongyang, North Korea, claimed to have tested a hydrogen bomb that that could fit an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).

“The situation is very grave. It doesn't seem much time is left before North Korea achieves its complete nuclear armament,” South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon told a meeting of defense ministers in Seoul on Thursday, according to CNN.

”Some believe North Korea may launch another intercontinental ballistic missile on the 9th, this time at an ordinary angle."

Rumors of another missile test launch also were fueled by North Korea’s chief diplomat at the United Nations, Han Tae Song, warning the U.S. that it could expect more “gift packages" coming its way.

September 9 is significant as it marks North Korea's anniversary of its founding. The day is usually celebrated with parades and mass dances around Pyongyang, but last year it also became an occasion for Kim Jong-un to conduct an underground nuclear test, the fifth since the country first began nuclear tests, in 2006.

North Korea Foundation Day:

Dancers at the Workers Party Foundation Monument in Pyongyang, North Korea, on National Day on September 9, 2012. National Day celebrates the founding of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea in 1948. Stefan Schinning/Getty Images

North Korea’s missile test launches are usually held around historically significant dates. The July 4 launch of its first-ever ICBM rocket was seen as a “gift for the American bastards” for U.S. Independence Day. A second ICBM test was expected on the anniversary of the Korean War armistice on July 27, but weather conditions delayed the missile launch for a day.

On the anniversary of the Japanese annexation of Korea on August 29, Pyongyang flew an intermediate range ballistic missile over the Japanese island of Hokkaido.

Experts believe that Pyongyang’s missile-launch threat for a date in or around September 11 is significant, but it may prove to be empty, as the North Korean leadership has proven hard to predict.

“There’s been no diplomatic intervention to stop the continued testing, and the pace has been consistently fast,” John Delury, associate professor of Chinese studies at the Yonsei University Graduate School of International Studies in Seoul, told The Washington Post.

“North Korea could be playing with us, looking like they’re moving stuff around just to keep people on edge,” he continued. “If there’s nothing on the 9th, there will be a sigh of relief—but it’s sort of meaningless, because we’ve set this expectation.”

One of the most important annual holidays in North Korea, National Day, or Foundation Day of the Republic, commemorates the 1948 declaration of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea under Kim Jong-un’s grandfather, Kim Il-sung. He won the Soviet Union’s support to lead the country, effectively created after Moscow and Washington agreed to divide the Korean Peninsula along the 38th parallel in 1945, following the defeat of Japan in World War II.

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