North Korea Threatens to Use its Nuclear Weapons against the United States

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The crazy man of North Korea has once again threatened to use it Nuclear weapons against the United States. North Korea has restarted its nuclear facilities at Yongbyon and has enriched its 5mg Graphic moderated reactor to continue its uranium enrichment program. The director of the nuclear plant was quoted as saying that “If the U.S. and other hostile forces persistently seek their reckless hostile policy towards the DPRK and behave mischievously, the DPRK is fully ready to cope with them with nuclear weapons any time.” DPRK stands for the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

Western Satellite images of the Nuclear facilities at Yongbyon complex indicates new activities at several areas of the plant including at the main reactor and at the chemical laboratory.

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New reports also shows that North Korea may be preparing to add on to the country’s nuclear stockpile, and may be making plans for another nuclear test. Three years ago North Korea carried out a nuclear test which was condemned by the United States and other countries. North Korea has not signed the nuclear non proliferation Treaty. The Yongbyon plant was shut down in 2007 following an agreement entered by five countries including the United States and China, but was reopened by North Korea in 2013.

 

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