BREAKING: North Korea To Launch NUKES With In DAYS- Here’s What We Know

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North Korea has warned that “hundreds of millions” of Americans will die if the United States continues the aggressive actions that the Trump administration are taking.

But the United States will NOT back down- Obama? Hell, that punk would have shined Kim Jong Un’s boots, given him a massage and sent him a pallet of cash.

Trump says that we will use “all the means at our disposal” to keep these lunatics in check.

It looks like the totalitarian state may be ready to launch nukes a lot sooner than we thought.

Chinese academic Liu Ming believes that North Korea is gearing up for another nuclear test, Daily Star reports.

He said there is a “strong possibility” the communist state could conduct a nuclear test this month.

He said: “In April, North Korea launched several missiles but they all failed.

“There was no nuclear test in April but it does not mean that North Korea will not conduct one in May.

“I believe there is a strong possibility that the country will hold the next nuclear test this month.”

Pyongyang has pledged to continue its quest for a nuclear ICBM capable striking the US mainland.

Missile tests have been carried out regularly by the secretive state and experts believe it is only matter of time before Kim explodes another nuclear bomb.

The professor added: “According to my estimates, tensions on the Korean Peninsula will remain in May and June for Pyongyang is highly likely to conduct another nuclear test during this period.

“North Korea is playing for time choosing the right moment, because all the preparations for the sixth nuclear test have been completed.”

The warning comes as the CIA assembles an elite team to keep tabs on Pyongyang’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs.

The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has announced the establishment of a Korea Mission Center dedicated to dealing with North Korea.

The mission center will use all the resources of the CIA and other US intelligence agencies to address ballistic and nuclear missile threats posed by North Korea, the CIA said on Wednesday.

“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

The Korea Mission Center is the CIA’s 11th mission center. The centers operate as stand-alone, issue-focused entities that utilize and integrate all CIA elements and resources.

Other centers include Mission Center for Africa, Mission Center for Counterintelligence, Mission Center for Counter-terrorism and Mission Center for Near East.

Creating a mission center focused on one country, as opposed to an entire region or continent indicates that the administration of President Trump is taking a more forceful approach against North Korea.

“Just as the threats facing our nation are dynamic, so too must the CIA continue to evolve to address them,” CIA spokesperson Heather Fritz Horniak said.

“The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has established a Korea Mission Center to harness the full resources, capabilities, and authorities of the Agency in addressing the nuclear and ballistic missile threat posed by North Korea,” the CIA said in a statement.

“The new Mission Center draws on experienced officers from across the Agency and integrates them in one entity to bring their expertise and creativity to bear against the North Korea target.”

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The CIA announcement comes shortly after North Korean ambassador to the UK, Choe Il, confirmed that Pyongyang will conduct its sixth nuclear test whenever it wants, disregarding the potential threat of a pre-emptive strike by Washington.

“I can say that the nuclear test will be conducted at the place and time as decided by our supreme leader, Kim Jong-un,” Choe told Sky News as tensions around the Korean Peninsula escalates with the Japanese, South Korean and US fleets all conducting naval drills in the region.

Trump said the rogue regime was his greatest foreign policy concern, noting that “nobody’s safe” as long as Kim Jong Un continues his weapons program.

“We have 28,000 troops on the line and they’re right there,” Trump said. “If he gets the long-range missiles, we’re not safe either.”

Trump, who has long said he doesn’t want to “broadcast to the enemy” his plans, stopped short of saying what action by North Korea would trigger a U.S. military response.

In response to Trump’s stance toward the regime, North Korea vowed to strengthen its nuclear force “to the maximum” and test a nuclear device “at any time.”

“I’ve been pretty well known for saying like nothing when it comes to the military,” the president said. “… So when people say well, I was asked the question yesterday, ‘well I mean exactly when would you go in, at what time would you go in?’ I mean it’s ridiculous. I don’t want to talk about it. I can say this, he’s very threatening, he’s a big threat to the world.”

North Korean Rodong Sinmun newspaper on Tuesday— which, like all North Korean media, is strictly controlled by the state — warned that the North Korean army would “make such gigantic carriers something useless,” apparently referring to their destruction.

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It said America’s “vast territory is exposed to our preemptive nuclear strike” and that its army was “waiting for the moment it will reduce the whole of the U.S. mainland to ruins with its absolute weaponry of justice.”

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