16 years ago, thousands of men and women died after a terrorist attack on America. This event will forever be cemented in the minds and hearts of every single patriotic American.
Naturally, North Korea has chosen today of all days to kick us while we’re down. Several Asian media outlets have come out with some disturbing news, regarding what Kim Jong Un and his tyrannical regime plan to do today…and it certainly isn’t anything we expected.
The mini-monster with a Napoleon complex has repeatedly defied the Trump administration and the United Nations by testing nuclear capable ICBM’s and promoting World War III related propaganda through his state run media. President Trump has tried taking the non-violent route, but it seems that Kim Jong Un is intent on starting a catastrophe.
Chosun Media reports that the little leader may be planning another nuclear test, on today of all days. 9/11 is supposed to be a day of remembrance, a day where the men and women of America come together in solidarity to pay our tributes. Unfortunately, this is a tradition that Kim Jong Un does not respect.
North Korea appears to be preparing for another ballistic missile launch after marking its founding anniversary on Saturday, Radio Free Asia reported Friday.
Workers started repairing an underground missile launch pad in Samjiyon, Ryanggang Province. Signs show that the regime is replacing an old Paektusan-1 or Taepodong-1 missile with a new Hwasong-14 intercontinental ballistic missile, sources told RFA.
Rebar and cement bags camouflaged are being brought into the missile base secretly at dead of night every day. The underground missile bases in Samjiyon sit 2,000 m above sea level, and missiles launched from here can fly much farther away than from other known bases.
A Cheong Wa Dae official said, “We’re keeping a close watch on North Korean activities and discussing how to react if they provoke again.”
Meanwhile, the Nuclear Safety and Security Commission here said it has finally found some traces of radioactive xenon from the North’s recent nuclear test.
But a commission official said, “We can’t say for sure whether that the material is proof of a nuclear test because the amount is too small.” He added radioactivity is normal across the country.
We have tried diplomacy with North Korea ever since Bill Clinton was elected President in the 1990’s. We’ve given them billions of dollars in our energy deals, we’ve handed over nuclear material for their “reactors,” and we’ve seen the Obama administration take a soft stance on North Korea.
Rather than repaying us with gratitude, they’re now stabbing us in the back by preparing for another missile test on this most somber of days. They know that President Trump will be busy giving speeches to honor the fallen men and women of the Twin Towers, and are taking express advantage of this.
As our President said, they only understand one thing—force. North Korea cares nothing for the hundreds of men and women that died on that fateful day 16 years ago, and they couldn’t care less about honoring their deaths. Hopefully soon enough they will get what they’re asking for.