BREAKING: North Korea Just Threatened To NUKE The United States

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U.N. hammers out heavy Sanctions against North Korea, North Korea laughs it off and threatens to nuke US


The United Nations Security Council has voted to adopt a new round of sanctions against the North Korean government over the reclusive regime’s tests of two intercontinental ballistic missiles and its pursuit of nuclear weapons.

All 15 member nations on the council voted in favor of the resolution Saturday afternoon.

U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley said the vote showed the Security Council came together to put North Korean leader Kim Jong Un “on notice” by “matching its words with actions.”

“North Korea’s irresponsible and careless acts have just proved to be quite costly to the regime,” Haley said after the successful vote. She hailed the resolution as the “single largest economic sanctions package ever leveled against the North Korean regime.”

The resolution was adopted in direct response to the North’s firing of two ICBMs in the past month. It will ban exports of mineral and seafood products worth over $1 billion — a third of the country’s total exports last year, CBS reports.

The sanctions passed bans the purchase of North Korean exports of coal, Iron ore, seafood and lead.  The sanctions also prohibit countries from granting new permits to North Korean overseas guest workers, bans joint ventures with North Korean companies and cuts to new foreign investment in joint ventures that are already in place.


The real issue is that all the sanctions placed on North Korea have never been enforced, not by the United States and nor any other nation or council.  So it should come as no surprise that North Korea openly states they will not follow these new sets of sanctions placed on them.

POTUS Donald Trump tweeted: “United Nations Resolution is the single largest economic sanctions package ever on North Korea. Over one billion dollars in cost to N.K.”

“The United Nations Security Council just voted 15-0 to sanction North Korea. China and Russia voted with us. Very big financial impact!”

Sure does look impressive on paper but when there is 0 reinforcement of the sanctions, who really cares what is on the paper.

Until the sanctions are enforced by the U.N. and action for breaking and ignoring the sanctions actually happens, its nothing but a puppet show for the masses.

US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley called the new sanctions “the most stringent set of sanctions on any country in a generation’.

She said: “We should not fool ourselves into thinking we have solved the problem. Not even close. The North Korean threat has not left us, it is rapidly growing more dangerous…

“Further action is required. The United States is taking and will continue to take prudent defensive measures to protect ourselves and our allies.”

North Korea’s state-run KCNA has issued another chilling warning after the US flew supersonic bombers over the peninsula last weekend.

Referring to the US fly past, the KCNA said: “The day the DPRK is provoked means the end of the US… This is our stern warning.”

The rant claimed the “US mainland is in striking range” after a successful intercontinental ballistic missile test at the end of July.

“The threat of an outlaw nuclearized North Korean dictatorship remains … (and) is rapidly growing more dangerous,” Haley told council members after the vote.

North Korea has repeatedly said it will never give up its nuclear arsenal, which it sees as a guarantee of its security

North Korea issued a statement that threatened to nuke the U.S. mainland if any attempt was used to enforce a single sanction against them.

The blunt truth of it all is that North Korea will continue business as usual and as each day passes becomes that much closer to launching  a barrage of ICBM’s against the United States.

The U.N. and sanctions are just honestly laughable and North Korea shrugs it off and all we do is issue stern warnings and tweets.


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