Just In: China Is Planning To Invade North Korea!

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North Korea, with its reckless and irresponsible behavior imposes a major threat to everyone, and world leaders are terrified of the potential outcome of the dispute. Kim Yong-Un keeps bragging about his intercontinental missiles, and considering his temper, his threats are not to be taken lightly. President Donald Trump knows that the problem should be solved as soon as possible, and now that China decided to step in, things are about to get real.

Latest reports confirm that China will not hesitate to attack North Korea if they get confirmation that Yong-Un has developed a miniaturized nuclear warhead that could be fit atop a ballistic missile.

One of DIA officials assigned to monitor the situation in North Korea confirmed that the secret “working” agreement is outlined as an unofficial solution between the two major superpowers, meaning that, in the following week, China could make a decision and invade the Korean Peninsula.

The source also confirmed that the United States and China have already led an investigation into North Korea’s claims regarding its successful testing of a miniaturized nuclear device. The investigation will also focus on Yong-Un’s technology that was claimed to be able to mount the nuclear device on his ballistic missiles.

This means that, if it turns out the warhead is a miniaturized hydrogen bomb, China will launch an invasion of North Korea within the next week.

“If China rolls their army into North Korea, and annexes the country in the next week, we know he [Kim Jong-Un] had miniaturized nukes,” DIA sources say.

The same source talked about the timing of the prospective attack, adding that we “will know in the next week.”

South Korea’s defense chief Song Young-Moo said that the military suspects Kim Yong-Un has designed technology to release miniaturized nuclear warheads that may weigh up to 500 kilograms, reports World Politicus.

 

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