URGENT: CIA Makes TERRIFYING Announcement On N. Korea… Here’s What We Know


The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has assessed that North Korea’s Hwasong-14/KN20 intercontinental-range ballistic missile (ICBM) test launch on July 28.  The same assessment, notes that North Korea’s ICBM reentry vehicles would likely perform adequately if flown on a normal trajectory to continental U.S. targets.


The CIA assessment notes that based on the two observed flight tests of the Hwasong-14 to date, North Korea’s reentry vehicle technology is likely sufficiently advanced to pose no performance problem should the missile be fired at a minimum energy trajectory. The assessment of the reentry vehicle is supported by analysis of data “gathered from ground, sea, and air-based sensors” by the U.S. National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC), Business Insider reports.

North Korea may soon look to conduct full-range flight tests of its ICBM and Hwasong-12 intermediate-range ballistic missile into the Pacific Ocean. These tests would allow it to prove its reentry vehicle performance under conditions more similar to the kinds of flights these missiles would be required to undertake in operational scenarios to attack the U.S. homeland.

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The CIA assessed the information through their new North Korean Mission Center that they created in May, to monitor and assess North Korean military and missile threats to the United States and its allies.


“Creating the Korea Mission Center allows us to more purposefully integrate and direct CIA efforts against the serious threats to the United States and its allies emanating from North Korea,” CIA Director Mike Pompeo


North Korea threatened to strike Guam with 4 missiles by mid-August and as of Tuesday, North Korea backed down.  Stating they are fully ready to follow through depending on what POTUS Trump does from here on out with North Korea.

The saber rattling and rhetoric will continue so long as North Korea continues it’s pursuit and construction of ICBM’s and nuclear warheads.

The United States is far from done dealing with North Korea and Kim Jong Un because nothing has actually been accomplished other than placing more sanctions on them.

POTUS Trump and his administration have drawn a red line and feel that North Korea will not cross it, allowing the U.S. to use diplomacy to put an end to the North Korean threat.

The North Korean conflict is far more in depth than just the U.S. and the DPRK, China came out and threatened the United States.  China’s statement was worded so that they seem to the world as neutral and only stepping in should North Korea be innocently attacked.

What most fail to see is that China dictated to the U.S. how we can deal with a regime that is not only threatening, but promising nuclear strikes on U.S. mainland.  The United States cannot be threatened nor bullied on how we protect ourselves.

God Bless.

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