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THIS IS HUGE:JAPAN SEND’S WARNING TO US

Shinzo Abe, the Japanese Prime Minister has just issued a warning to US President Donald Trump saying that “North Korea already has a capability to put sarin on warheads to strike the ground.


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As the Japanese vessels moved in to join the US super carriers during their positioning around the Korean peninsula, the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo issued his warning. In the meanwhile, Trump urged China to take the lead in dealing with North Korea as they are the most capable of putting an economic pressure on the isolated nation.

As of right now, the peninsula is surrounded by Navy blockade all with the goal to deter the despotic regime from launching an attack against Japan or South Korea. Think about it, if we were still under the reign of the Democrats, we would have never seen these actions.

And despite what leftists say is the best, a deterrence is the best and only hope as the proximity of the three nations ensures that any type of attack from North Korea would be difficult to prevent and would eventually end up with devastating consequences.

 

The reason why Japan fears the worst from this rogue nation so much is because they suspect the war-crazed North Korea to have a stockpile of chemical and nuclear weapons, as they are one of the few countries that refuse to sign the convention against chemical weapons, an action which would have been taken if President Trump was in office eight years ago.

According to claims from North Korea, they seem to have developed intercontinental ballistic missiles but this has not been verified. What has been verified is that the country possesses several conventional rockets capable of striking South Korea and Japan.

Share this article to spread the word dear patriots, because this is the time that our allies need the most of our support. If North Korea and it’s war-crazed Kim Jong-un can’t settle down, they will have to be put down.

 

 

 

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