September 3, 2017
According to AFP, North Korea has just carried out its sixth nuclear test. The United States Geographical survey recorded a 6.3 magnitude earthquake after the test.
As reported by presstv.com, due to test a second tremor which was felt by China, measured 4.6 magnitude just eight minutes after nuclear test.
Defcon reports that North Korea’s recent test was estimated at 100 kilotons.
Looks like the second test was not a test, but a “collapse.”
According to NPR, North Korea is developing a “super explosive” hydrogen bomb that can fit on an intercontinental ballistic missile.
Looks like Kim Jung Un watched as a H Bomb was loaded into an ICBM as reported by KCNA (via XINHUA, China’s Official News Agency).
RT is reporting that the North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons Institute has a “more developed nuke.”
“Our hydrogen fuel, which can be arbitrarily adjusted from tens to hundreds of kilotons depending on the target of the nuclear strike, not only exerts enormous destructive power,” but can also explode at a high altitude, producing a “super powerful EMP [electromagnetic pulse] against a vast region,” KCNA said in the Saturday statement.
Many websites have been warning about an EMP attack for awhile now, which would bring down our electric grid. This isn’t good! We are aware that our electric grid is our largest national vulnerability. I hope we are keeping our eyes on Iran at this time also!
Statement coming shortly as reported by CTBTO.
Announcement most likely coming to us: https://youtu.be/TqWpXnaT4H0, if you speak their language, that is:
Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzō Abe says he “will not tolerate” another nuclear test from Korea. Japan sends up sniffer planes to try to detect radiation, as reported by Anna Fifield who is a Tokyo Bureau Chief for the Washington Post.
As reported by Arirang News, Tokyo will coordinate measures with Seoul, Bejing, Washington, Moscow. North Korea’s “H Bomb” test was in provocation following the Trump/Abe phone conversation. Trump and Abe confirm trilateral cooperation with Seoul. North Korea’s test comes on the heels of the BRICS Summit.
Arirang News also reports, UN most likely will call for harsher sanctions, mainly cutting off oil supply to Pyongyang.
As reported by RT, China strongly condemns the North Korean nuclear test, the foreign ministry said in a statement. “The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has once again conducted a nuclear test in spite of widespread opposition from the international community. The Chinese government resolutely opposes and strongly condemns it,” it said.
RT reports, on Friday Russian President Vladimir Putin warned that this type of behavior “could lead to regional conflict:”
“The situation on the Korean Peninsula, where tensions have grown recently, is balancing on the brink of a large-scale conflict. Russia believes that the policy of putting pressure on Pyongyang to stop its nuclear missile program is misguided and futile,” Putin said.
According to ksl.com, Chancellor Angela Merkel commented that North Jorean provocations have “reached a new dimension.” Merkel spoke with President Emmanuel Macron on the phone, both agree that North Korea has “reached a new dimension,” and are condemning the nuclear tests.
As reported by ksl.com, Macron’s office has said that Merkel and the Prime Minister of Italy, Paolo Gentiloni agree that there needs to be strong sanctions from the EU against North Korea. READ MORE >
President Trump is considering stopping trade with any country doing business with North Korea, among other options.
President Trump will be meeting with General Mattis and other military leaders to discuss North Korea.
Not sure what President Trump means when he says North Korea only understands one thing, sounds like he is getting considerably tired of their escalating threatening ways.
The bomb that they tested was much stronger than the bomb that was dropped on Nagasaki!
Ambassador John Bolton believes North Korea is not quite there yet to be able to hit major cities in the USA. He stated to Fox News that North Korea could sell ballistic missiles and nuclear devices to Iran and terrorist groups around the world, who by the way has a lot of cash due to Obama’s nuclear deal.
It looks like to me that the US maybe considering taking out Kim Jung Un. North Korea has given us no other option, as stated by Ambassador Bolton:
.@AmbJohnBolton: “The only diplomatic option left is to end the regime in N. Korea by effectively having the South take it over.”
The President was asked by a Fox News Correspondent just moments ago; “will you attack North Korea?”
Dan Scavino, the President’s Director of Social Media, also Assistant to the President has a message from Secretary James Mattis:
“Any threat to the US or its territories including Guam or our allies will be met with a MASSIVE military response”