UN Ambassador Nikki Haley Reveals Chilling Reason US Is On Brink Of Full-Out War

North Korea has been pushing their luck for a very long time and has gotten away with it too. Tensions have risen to a fever pitch over the past year thanks to the North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un launching numerous test missiles in an attempt to create the perfect nuclear warhead. Countries across the globe have spoken out against the communist country. The U.S. and Donald Trump have been particularly vocal on the matter which has led to a war of words between the two countries leaders.

On Wednesday, the UN Security Council met for an emergency meeting after a North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile launch (ICBM) on Tuesday.

North Korea launched a new Hwasong-15 intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that it claims was the “most powerful” to date. Experts and officials have since said the latest launch shows that North Korean missiles could reach anywhere in the world.

 North Korea has launched numerous missiles this year leading to a very dangerous situation for the world. It seems that it is only a matter of time until things reach a boiling point.

According to AmericanMilitaryNews:

“We have never sought war with North Korea, and still today we do not seek it,” she said. “[But] if war comes, make no mistake, the North Korean regime will be utterly destroyed.”

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Haley said the missile launch brings the United States “closer” to a war it doesn’t want, The Associated Press reported.

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Haley also called on China to cut off trade with North Korea, disrupting its shipments of crude oil to the country.

President Donald Trump called Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday, Haley told the Security Council, revealing that he asked China to cut off the crude oil supply to North Korea.

“We now turn to President Xi to also take that stand. We believe he has an opportunity to do the right thing for the benefit of all countries. China must show leadership and follow through. China can do this on its own, or we can take the oil situation into our own hands,” Haley said, NBC reported.

President Trump had tweeted on Wednesday morning that “additional major sanctions will be imposed on North Korea today. The situation will be handled!”

The ICBM was launched Tuesday from Sain Ni and traveled more than 600 miles before crashing into the Sea of Japan, within Japan’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). The ICBM was in flight for more than 50 minutes.

The BBC reported that, based on its trajectory, the missile could have traveled more than 8,000 miles, which means it could reach “any part of the continental United States.”

“But it seems likely, the analysis adds, that the missile had a very light mock warhead, meaning it might lack the power to carry a nuclear payload, which is much heavier, over that distance,” the BBC pointed out. “North Korea, however, says the Hwasong-15 could reach mainland US carrying a ‘super-large heavy warhead.’”

The missile launch defied international sanctions on the country led by dictator Kim Jong Un, and it drew ire across the globe, as this was the highest missile North Korea has ever launched – reaching nearly 2,800 miles at its highest.

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said the missile test went “higher, frankly than any previous shot they have taken,” and that North Korea can hit “everywhere in the world, basically.”

It has been roughly two months since North Korea tested a missile which seems odd since Kim Jong Un has launched 16 missile tests this year alone and also launched a nuclear bomb.

In September, North Korea conducted its sixth ever successful nuclear missile launch and claims that the country now has a Hydrogen bomb it can place on an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).

The most recent missile launch occurred on September 14 when the communist country launched an intermediate-range missile over Japan into the Pacific Ocean.

It seems like only a matter of time before North Korea pushes their luck too far. The communist country needs to be dealt with if there is ever to be any stability in the region, and we all know that the U.S. will be the first to react. Sanctions are not enough to stop Kim Jong Un. The only way to stop him is by using force.

What do you think?

H/T AmericanMilitaryNews



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