China Threatens To Bomb North Korea's Nuclear Facilities If It Crosses Beijing's "Bottom Line"
11 April, 2017
With everyone putting down new and/or revised "red lines", be it on Syria or North Korea, it was now China's turn to reveal its "red" or rather "bottom line", and in a harshly worded editorial titled "The United States Must Not Choose a Wrong Direction to Break the DPRK Nuclear Deadlock on Wednesday" Beijing warned it would attack North Korea's facilities producing nuclear bombs, effectively engaging in an act of war, if North Korea crosses China's "bottom line."
“China has a bottom line that it will protect at all costs, that is, the security and stability of northeast China... If the bottom line is touched, China will employ all means available including the military means to strike back. By that time, it is not an issue of discussion whether China acquiesces in the US’ blows, but the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) will launch attacks to DPRK nuclear facilities on its own."
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"Our revolutionary strong army is keenly watching every move by enemy elements with our nuclear sight focused on the US invasionary bases not only in South Korea and the Pacific operation theatre but also in the US mainland," it said.
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North Korea Orders 25% of Population to LEAVE Pyongyang
11 April, 2017
The leader of North Korea has ordered almost twenty five percent of the population of its Capital City, Pyongyang, to LEAVE! That's 600,000 people!
While the government claims this is a "population control" measure, it comes as tensions with the United States - and possibility of a hot war - escalate.
North Korea is known to have vast underground shelters for much of its population. Military sources who spoke to SuperStation95 from the Pentagon speculate that the existing shelters around the Capital of North Korea may not be adequate for its present population of 2.6 million. Thus, ordering 600,000 people to leave is likely part of North Korea's planning for war.
Those ordered to leave are being called "undesirables" because they have broken laws and previously been jailed, sold outlawed movies from South Korea in the North, or have relatives who defected to South Korea.
Whatever the excuse, North Korea has just taken an extraordinary step to move a large portion of its population away from its Capital. The real meaning of this ought to be clear to any rational person: War is coming.
China ordered ships laden with North Korean coal, the isolated nation’s most important export, to return home full this month after promising in February to suspend imports of the fuel for the rest of the year.
On Monday evening, Reuters reported a fleet of cargo ships from the country was returned to the North Korean city of Nampo after Chinese customs officials told trading companies to send coal shipments back. A map that the agency published shows nearly a dozen vessels leaving China in the direction of the port.
China suspended all imports of coal from North Korea on Feb. 26 to abide with a United Nations Security Council resolution meant to punish the country and its authoritarian leader, Kim Jong Un, for testing nuclear weapons and launching ballistic missiles. The resolution, passed in December, prohibits member states from importing more than $400 million of North Korean coal in 2017, an amount set so as to not have “adverse humanitarian consequences for the country’s civilian population.”