In yet another ruthless move of aggression, Kim Jong Un has launched a missile over Japan. The show of force has already prompted action by the Pentagon, which has been investigating the incident.
Ever since Obama was put into office, North Korea has repeatedly disrespected him—and it isn’t hard to see why. Barrack Hussein Obama has bowed down to foreign nations numerous times, all at the expense of American people.
So when Donald Trump got into office, Kim Jong Un must not have gotten the memo. President Trump has refused to put up with North Korea’s shenanigans, and this time, they may have gone too far. Although the missile didn’t land on Japanese soil, this was an obvious show of force and attempt at intimidating Japan.
North Korea fired an unidentified missile into the Sea of Japan, South Korean media said on Monday.
South Korea’s military said the missile was fired from Pyongyang and that it passed over Japan.
The Pentagon is investigating.
A senior U.S. official said that there had been some movement suggesting an intermediate missile was being prepped but there was no immediate confirmation about how far this missile flew.
This blatant act of intimidation comes in the wake of three separate missiles launched by North Korea several days ago, which all failed. Japan’s military has escalated their tactics in response to this, and has been working together with US forces to plan strategic and coordinated responses to anything Kim Jong Un might do.
Japan’s military has been practicing deploying anti-missile batteries at three U.S. bases in Japan. The U.S. military says the drills will test the ability of Japanese and U.S. forces to work together and assess firing locations at the bases. They will also allow Japan to practice rapid deployment of its PAC-3 anti-missile system.
North Korea has also threatened to nuke the “heart of the US,” the “mainland,” of our country, and even our territory Guam. President Trump has responded with big threats, which many Americans believe he will certainly back up.
He’s told the mini-monster Un that if he does, in fact, launch a nuclear bomb at the United States, our allies, or any of our territories, he will be met with “fire and fury” unlike that of which the world has ever seen. Hopefully, Un will put his Napoleon complex aside and do the reasonable thing: back down.