North Korea 'prepares for WAR': Kim 'orders residents to evacuate Pyongyang IMMEDIATELY'

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North Korea 'prepares for WAR': Kim 'orders residents to evacuate Pyongyang IMMEDIATELY'
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RAGING: Kim Jong-un has reportedly ordered the evacuation of Pyongyang
NORTH Korea has ordered 600,000 residents in Pyongyang to evacuate immediately as war fears escalate, according to staggering reports.

By Jess Bell00.04, 13 Apr 2017 UPDATED 12.04, 13 Apr 2017


Russian newspaper Pravda Report claims 25% of the city's residents have been told to flee.

According to South Korean media, residents in the hermit kingdom have said goodbye to each other sparking concerns tyrannical Kim Jong-un could be about to act after months of nuclear weapon testing.

The latest rumours come after North Korean officials announced a "big and important event" tomorrow.

Foreign reporters have been told to prepare for the event on North Korea's biggest national celebration called "Day of the Sun".

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MYSTERY: Foreign journalists in Pyongyang are preparing for a 'big event' tomorrow
“All of that is very worrisome because that may very well have a nuclear weapon someday”

Bruce Klingner
Around 200 foreign journalists are in Pyongyang as the country marks the 105th birth anniversary of its founding president Kim Il Sung on April 15.

Donald Trump and Jong-un continue to bash heads as war fears grow between the two nations.

Officials in North Korea have warned nuclear war could break out at any minute thanks to the "extremely tense" situation on the Korean Peninsula.

America sent a US Navy strike group towards the Western Pacific in a show of force, while North Korea warned it would launch a nuke attack in response to any act of aggression.

And China moved 150,000 soldiers close to the North Korea border in preparation for war.

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It comes after Trump launched 59 Tomahawk missile to blast a Syrian airfield in response for the country's brutal chemical attack which killed 79 civilians.

North Korean officials gave no details about the nature of the surprise event or where it would take place, but in the past similar announcement have turned out to be relatively low-key.

They told foreign journalists in Pyongyang invited to mark the national holiday that their schedule had been cancelled, and to instead meet early on Thursday to prepare for a "big and important event".

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Many soldiers are used as a labor force to compensate for the ineffective North Korean economy, so the army is not only about military organization.

North Korean soldiers stand to attention in the demilitarised zone between North and South Korea

Thousands of soldiers visit the Dolphinarium in Pyongyang as a privelege of their military service
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In 2016 foreign journalists underwent hours of investigation by North Korean officials ahead of what turned out to be a pop concert to mark the finale of a ruling Workers' Party congress.

But on the 100th day of the Sun in April 2012, North Korea attempted to launch a long-range rocket.

With war tensions raging, some are wondering whether Kim will use the special date to strike America after months of threats over nuclear weapons.

Chinese President Xi Jinping called for a peaceful resolution to the North Korean problem in a telephone conversation with Trump today.

Security experts recently warned Kim could be planning an underwater nuclear attack using a secret submarine.

In the past North Korea's submarines have been able to disappear and avoid detection, with up to 50 vanishing off the radar in 2015.

Security expert Bruce Klingner told CNBC: “We didn't know where they were at the time. One would hope that we would keep very close tabs on those that could launch the submarine-launched ballistic missiles [SLBMs].

“All of that is very worrisome because that may very well have a nuclear weapon someday.”

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/lat...vacuation-pyongyang-donald-trump-missiles/amp
 

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WORLD WAR 3 coming or hoax created to eliminate Kim?

And Should India use this opportunity to settle scores with Pakistan as China will be busy at North Korean border while we finish China's pet dog Pakistan.

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North Korea has called on foreign residents in South Korea to consider evacuating because, it claims the situation on the Peninsula is "inching close to a thermonuclear war
http://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-asia-pacific-22082721

BREAKING: US intelligence officials believe North Korea has positioned a nuclear device inside a tunnel in preparation for a test.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has ordered immediate evacuation of the capital, Pyongyang.

 

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Nothing will happen, kim is taking some precautionary measures against a mad orangutan approaching from east with USS Carl Vinson.
Already rumors and fake news have started popping up to justify US actions if any.
 

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North Korea has called on foreign residents in South Korea to consider evacuating because, it claims the situation on the Peninsula is "inching close to a thermonuclear war
http://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-asia-pacific-22082721

BREAKING: US intelligence officials believe North Korea has positioned a nuclear device inside a tunnel in preparation for a test.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has ordered immediate evacuation of the capital, Pyongyang.

If war happens between usa,japan,south korea vs north korea alias china. Its good for India stay out of trouble.

China will be exhausted and world will concentrate complete business deals with Indians ie completely shift of manufacturing.

My opinion is stay out of such wars.

Except in such circumstances develop deep assets to asses the weaknesses of wounded china.
 

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Nothing will happen, kim is taking some precautionary measures against a mad orangutan approaching from east with USS Carl Vinson.
Already rumors and fake news have started popping up to justify US actions if any.
North Korea warns of nuclear strike if provoked; Trump 'armada' steams on

https://www.google.co.in/amp/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN17D0A4

North Korea preparing for nuclear test, satellite images suggest

https://www.google.co.in/amp/s/amp....ing-for-nuclear-test-satellite-images-suggest

World War 3 fears as China moves 25,000 MORE troops to North Korean border

A shocking report in a Russian newspaper also claimed that 25% of Pyongyang's resident have verb order to evacuate the city.

https://www.google.co.in/amp/s/www....clear-weapon-missile-ground-troops-Donald/amp

I do hope and wish I am proven wrong but things do not look good. Any miscommunication and miscalculation can prove fatal.

This could be hoax by west to justify attack on North Korea to eliminate Kim.

Even if it doesn't escalate to world war 3 levels and remains local conflict involving US Japan and south Korea it would be bad for world as world economy would be in tail spin.
 

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There would be no war, my friends, though well-wishers are understandable who expect India to take advantage of main powers locking horns over NK.

Wishful thinking only leads to delusions.

Both NK and US are playing brinksmanship.

China, Russia try to cool North Korea-US tension
After generating what he calls "good chemistry" with Chinese president Xi Jinping, Mr Trump says he is offering China the incentive of a good trade deal to help.

"We have a very big problem in North Korea. I really think that China's going to try very hard and has already started. A lot of the (North Korean) coal boats have already been turned back. You saw that yesterday and today, they've been turned back. The vast amount of coal that comes out of North Korea going to China, they've turned back the boats. That's a big step. And there are many other steps that I know about. So we'll see what happens. It may be effective."
 
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Hopefully Trump has the bollocks to carry forward, though I doubt it.
 

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North Korea tells US: 'We will pummel you into DESTRUCTION'

Kim's rogue state is raging as the US strike group led by aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson anchors in the Korean Peninsula.

Pyongyang has now released a statement promising to leave the US “deep into destruction” and warned that a “preemptive attack is not monopoly of the US”.

Kim’s officials said the world looks “grim” as 150,000 Chinese troops moved to the border of North Korea.

www.dailystar.co.uk...

Didn't Nostradamus predict WW 3 in this time and age? It's getting pretty serious!! First blast Syrian air force bases with over 50 Tomahawks and then threaten North Korea by sending a Carrier Strike Group towards it! Thanks to Trump! Are the end of days here?
 

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There would be no war, my friends, though well-wishers are understandable who expect India to take advantage of main powers locking horns over NK.
Bingo!
The US must now force China to accept India into the NSG or they'll bomb the shit out of their friend Korea!!!!! :biggrin2:
 
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Bingo! The US must now force China to accept India into the NSG or they'll bomb the shit out of their friend Korea!!!!!
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As I said I understand your idea of India fishing in the trouble water.

But I don't get why US would do the favour for India over NSG :bs:

Is Uncle / Trump so altruistic to help India? Or does he owe something to India?

ASK NOT WHAT AMERICA CAN DO FOR INDIA, ASK WHAT INDIA CAN DO FOR AMERICA!
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US war with N Korea 'may break out any moment'

North Korea warns the US it will go to war as it parades new submarine-based ballistic missiles in a massive military parade.



Image:What are believed to be new intercontinental ballistic missiles displayed at a military parade in Pyongyang

North Korea has warned America to end its "military hysteria" or face retaliation - as a US strike group, including an aircraft carrier, steams towards the region.

Pyongyang issued the warning as it displayed new submarine-based ballistic missiles in a massive military parade in the city.

The reclusive state said it was prepared to respond to any attacks with "nuclear attacks of our own style" as tension mounted in the region.


Image:pyongyang used the parade to flex its military muscle, warning the US it would retaliate
China, Pyongyang's sole major ally, has warned that the tensions must be stopped from reaching an "irreversible and unmanageable stage".

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said: "We call on all parties to refrain from provoking and threatening each other.

"One has the feeling that a conflict could break out at any moment.

"Once a war really happens, the result will be nothing but multiple loss. No one can become a winner."


Image:Thousands of soldiers attended the parade
On Saturday, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived at Pyongyang's main Kim Il Sung Square, named after his grandfather.

He led a military parade marking the "Day of the Sun", the birth anniversary of the state's founding father.


Image:A woman walks past a TV screen in South Korea broadcasting live footage of a parade marking the 105th anniversary of the birth of North Korea's founder Kim Il-Sung
Goose-stepping soldiers and marching bands filled the square, next to the Taedonggang River that flows through Pyongyang.

Tanks, multiple rocket launch systems and other weapons followed, while single-engine planes flew in a 105 formation overhead.

South Korea's military said it believed some of the missiles in the parade included new types of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM).

The North has said it has developed and would launch a missile that can strike the mainland US.

"All the brigandish provocative moves of the US in the political, economic and military fields pursuant to its hostile policy toward the DPRK will thoroughly be foiled through the toughest counteraction of the army and people of the DPRK," a spokesman for the General Staff of the Korean People's Army said.



Video:China warning as pressure over N Korea rises
DPRK stands for the official name of North Korea, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

"Our toughest counteraction against the US and its vassal forces will be taken in such a merciless manner as not to allow the aggressors to survive," the military spokesman continued.

The US has warned that the policy of "strategic patience" with North Korea is over.

The North has conducted several missile and nuclear tests in defiance of UN and unilateral sanctions.



Video:Trump on huge bomb and how N Korea 'will be taken care of'
Vice President Mike Pence travels to South Korea on Sunday for a long-planned 10-day tour of Asia.

In the past two weeks, Donald Trump has shown his willingness to resort to military methods.

He ordered a missile attack on Syria in retaliation for a suspected chemical weapons attack.

And earlier this week he dropped the 'mother of all bombs' on caves used by the so-called Islamic State in Afghanistan.

Several UK newspapers reported that the US and North Korea were on the 'brink of war'.

http://news.sky.com/story/us-war-with-n-korea-may-break-out-any-moment-10837956
 

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Relax
Trump is getting rid of the internal turmoil what the opposition has created. The US will be united after this.
 

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I dont believeanyone will be able to attack North Korea after they displayed their ICBM and other deadly missiles.
Leave N korea alone and forget attacking them. A small nation of 30 million people can have such a formidable defense ...why can,t India a nation of 1200 million people can do it. Its about time..World is a jungle now.
WHERE ARE INDIA'S ICBMs EQUIPPED WITH NUKES ? Do it now before its too late.
 

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North Korea will not fire first. War won't start till the americans fire. Anyways, regarding your question; china has deployed army only for precaution, not for war.

Also, china has enough contingency to fight a 2 front war and protect its assets in pakistan. You can't just "finish" off pakistan.

However, you can aggressively launch a battle with afghanistan also hitting on the other side and cause serious damage to pakistan.
 

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I dont believeanyone will be able to attack North Korea after they displayed their ICBM and other deadly missiles.
Leave N korea alone and forget attacking them. A small nation of 30 million people can have such a formidable defense ...why can,t India a nation of 1200 million people can do it. Its about time..World is a jungle now.
WHERE ARE INDIA'S ICBMs EQUIPPED WITH NUKES ? Do it now before its too late.
North korea is a rogue state so they get to do what they want.And we have our nukes right here, what do you propose "Kashmir or nuclear war" stuff.

even with his nukes and given if his ICBMs do work Kim isn't a fool to directly attack s korea.It would be the end of his regime.
 

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Trump Said To Not Shy Away From Sudden Strike On North Korea




Trump might consider ordering "kinetic" military action following North Korea's failed missile test

In the wake of North Korea's failed medium-range missile test this weekend, President Donald Trump is willing to consider ordering "kinetic" military action, including a sudden strike, to counteract North Korea's destabilizing actions in the region, said a person familiar with the White House's thinking.

But Trump's very strong preference is for China to take the lead on dealing with North Korea, said the person, who asked not to be named because the discussions are private.


Trump's strategy isn't exactly a departure from long-standing U.S. policy. He isn't particularly interested in toppling the regime of leader Kim Jong Un and isn't looking to force a reunification of the two Koreas, the person said. He instead wants to push for their long-term cooperation.

Trump's national security team had already thought through various scenarios that North Korea might take this weekend, and how the U.S. would react. So when the medium-range missile test failed right after launch early Sunday morning local time, Trump was informed immediately and decided to downplay it, according to the person.

It was Trump's decision that the administration's initial response would come from Defense Secretary James Mattis, who issued a 22-word statement Saturday night.


Unannounced Action

National Security Adviser General H.R. McMaster also used familiar language Sunday to describe North Korea's "provocative and destabilizing and threatening behavior," while leaving all options on the table as his team helps develop plans of action for the region.

In an interview Sunday on ABC's "This Week," McMaster said Trump had directed the National Security Council to collaborate with the Defense and State Departments, and intelligence agencies to "provide options and have them ready for him if this pattern of destabilizing behavior continues."

Hours after the failed test, McMaster emphasized Trump's preference, as with this month's airstrikes in Syria, for unannounced military action. He added that the North Korean leader's unpredictability complicated U.S. strategy.


McMaster, an Army lieutenant general, made the case for global action on the issue, including enlisting North Korean neighbor China, given the "brutality" of Kim's regime.

"This is someone who has demonstrated his brutality by murdering his own brother, by murdering others in his family, by imprisoning large numbers of people in horrible conditions for no reason, for political reasons," McMaster said. "So this regime has given the world reason for concern. And that includes -- that includes the Chinese people and the Chinese leadership as well."

Program Improvement

While McMaster conceded that estimates on North Korea's weapons capabilities "vary widely," even failed missile tests can allow them to improve their programs, he said.

The U.S. and allies have been locked in long-standing hostility with North Korea, as the latter remains technically at war with its neighbor to the South since a truce to the Korean War more than 60 years ago. Successive U.S. presidents have struggled to contain three successive dictators, and to break a cycle that has been defined by sanctions, sanctions relief, and unsettling actions including missile tests and nuclear weapons development.

McMaster's use of "provocative" and "destabilizing" to describe North Korea echoes administrations of both parties that have attempted to rally others on the global stage, including China, to help prevent fresh war on the peninsula. Trump used the language in his February visit with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
 

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