Monday, October 17, 2016

North Korean Official Says Country Will Use Nuclear Weapons First If Threatened

NBC: North Korea Warns It Would Use Nuclear Weapons First If Threatened

PYONGYANG — North Korea has warned that it may carry out further nuclear tests and says it is prepared to launch a preemptive strike on the United States if U.S. nuclear forces mobilize against it.

"The U.S. has nuclear weapons off our coast, targeting our country, our capital and our Dear Leader, Kim Jong Un," a top North Korean official, Lee Yong Pil, said in an exclusive interview with NBC News.

"We will not step back as long as there's a nuclear threat to us from the United States," added Lee, who is director of the Foreign Ministry's Institute for American Studies.

"A preemptive nuclear strike is not something the U.S. has a monopoly on," he said. "If we see that the U.S. would do it to us, we would do it first. ... We have the technology."

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Update: North Korea threatens to launch NUCLEAR strike on America if it feels threatened and confirms it has a 'first use' preemptive policy (Daily Mail)

WNU Editor: These threats from North Korean are becoming lame.

1 comment:

Dave Goldstein said...

I keep hoping that NK will do something stupid and get obilerated and end this stupidity.