Tensions with North Korea have finally reached an all-time high, as of Tuesday. The risk of firing missiles and warfare could very well be our nation's reality. Time and time again we have seen the possibility escalate. However, tensions haven't risen this high in quite some time.
There seems to be a point of no return that is steadily being reached. It isn't so much a matter of ‘if' at this point, it is now a matter of ‘when'. With this recent bit of news hitting mainstream media many analysts have mentioned the United States needing weeks, if not months, to prepare for a war against North Korea.
War cannot be won without proper strategy and preparation. The United States is still recovering from years of war in the middle east. None of us want to think about entering into a new one.
North Korea has proven much of it's threats are not just words but may be followed up with tragic action. So, as fear spreads throughout our nation we must keep tabs of the happenings and be prepared for anything at this point in time.
This leaves the boiling question in most of our minds: Could we be entering a catastrophic war?
The following article gives us the details of the increasing tension:
President Trump Tuesday threatened North Korean leader Kim Jong Un with “fire and fury” after reports surfaced that the rogue country has produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead that can fit on a missile.
“North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States,” Trump said, with reporters present. “They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen. He has been very threatening — beyond a normal statement — and as I said, they will be met with fire, fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never seen before.”
Earlier, it was reported that analysts with the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) say North Korea already has built a nuclear warhead that can fit onto a missile, The Washington Post reported. Just a few weeks ago, North Korea tested an ICBM that analysts said could reach Chicago and cities west of it.
Nuclear warheads must be miniaturized in order to fit onto ICBMs and other missiles. Some American and Russian ICBMs actually carry several nuclear warheads.
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There are approximately 15,000 nuclear warheads sitting on Earth. Russia has most of the nuclear power with over 7,000 warheads, while America falls a little short with 6,800. While North Korea falls significantly behind us with a reported 30 to 60 nuclear warheads, they are still a significant threat.
The risk of a warhead hitting the United States is there and the after effects of a strike of high magnitude could spread deadly radiation all throughout our nation. Time to get prepared for the worst and keep our fingers crossed for the best.
Until next time…
Take care and God bless
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