Tensions have been mounting between the Untied States and North Korea over the past several weeks as Kim Jong un continues to make threats of nuclear war while deploying his forces to the North Korean border. The real possibility of a war being launched on the communist state is quickly becoming reality after it was revealed that President Trump held an emergency “doomsday” meeting with 100 Senators earlier this week. But immediately after President Trump sent a nuclear submarine to the Korean peninsula overnight armed with Tomahawk missiles to join our other naval fleets, it appears as though Kim Jong un is already in retaliation mode and has a nasty surprise waiting for any U.S. forces headed his way.
As Kim Jong un continues to rattle his sabers with threats of war, what’s unfortunate is that all our intelligence communities can do is estimate what North Korea’s true military capabilities are, as the state’s forces have long remained shrouded in mystery. But President Trump isn’t playing around when it comes to protecting America, and has been on top of what’s going on in the region, as he continues to deploy more and more arsenal as a show of force. Now, breaking images are showing that North Korea too isn’t messing around, where monstrous artillery can be seen lined up on the border, in a historic move that’s being called the biggest ever show of force by Kim Jong un.
Images show how the dictator watches gleefully as he puts his warplanes, submarines, and massed guns into place as they fire across the water, attempting to threaten the United States as the USS Carl Vinson makes its way towards Korea.
North Korean media reports that Kim Jong-un personally ordered the guns on the eastern coast where they have been non-stop firing during training. The Daily Star UK reported:
“Submarines rapidly submerged to make torpedo-attacks at the ‘enemy’ warships while fighters and bombers made zero feet flight above the sea to drop bombs on the targets.
“Watching the exciting scenery, the leader praised the seamen of submarines and pilots for hitting targets every time.
“More than 300 large-caliber self-propelled guns lined up along the coast opened fire all at once.
“The brave artillerymen mercilessly and satisfactorily hit the targets and the gunshots were very correct, he said.”
This comes on the heels of President Trump’s emergency meeting on Monday, where he told ambassadors at a White House gathering that we must act now to stop North Korea:
“The council must be prepared to impose additional and stronger sanctions on North Korean nuclear and ballistic missile programs,” Trump stated. “This is a real threat to the world, whether we want to talk about it or not. North Korea is a big world problem and it’s a problem that we have to finally solve.”
This is extremely chilling, but thank God we have a president who has his finger on the pulse of what’s going on and is surrounded by capable advisors and officials, including former Marine General Mattis. Below is more about the nuclear submarine that President Trump deployed to Korean peninsula, where the US Navy will be ready to meet Kim Jong un with deadly force should he make good on his threats to nuke the United States. Conservative Tribune has more:
As tensions on the Korean peninsula have increased over North Korea’s nuclear weapons and missile tests, the United States recently made a massive power move by sending a nuclear-powered submarine into the region.
The USS Michigan, which was built to carry and launch ballistic and Tomahawk cruise missiles, pulled into the South Korean port of Busan early Tuesday morning for what was officially called a routine hull check, according to CNN.
lt to carry and launch ballistic and Tomahawk cruise missiles, pulled into the South Korean port of Busan early Tuesday morning for what was officially called a routine hull check, according to CNN.
Unofficially, however, the submarine’s presence has been hailed a show of force meant to send a strong message to Pyongyang on the same day North Korea celebrated the 85th anniversary of the founding of the Korean People’s Army.
U.S. Naval Forces in Korea publicly said the port call was “routine,” but officials quietly told CNN that the timing was not a coincidence, as an aircraft carrier strike group also made its way into the region on April 24.
Meanwhile, South Korea’s navy has been conducting exercises with U.S. destroyers in waters west of the Korean peninsula, and they planned to soon join the carrier strike group approaching the region.
President Donald Trump described the force as an “armada” in early April when speaking with Fox Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo about the situation with North Korea.