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US MIllitary Send POWERFUL Message to North Korea, Leaving Kim JOng-Un FURIOUS

U.S. bombers, escorted by South Korean fighters, flew near the Korean Peninsula Monday, according to American military officials.

Two B-1B Lancers flew out of Andersen Air Force Base in Guam. The bombers conducted “bilateral training missions with their counterparts from the Republic of Korea and Japanese air forces,” Lt. Col. Lori Hodge, Pacific Air Forces public affairs deputy director, told reporters, according to DOD Buzz.

It is unclear how close the bombers were to the demilitarized zone, the divide between North and South Korea, or whether they were armed.

In recent weeks, the U.S. military has been moving high-level strategic assets to the peninsula. The nuclear-powered, Ohio-class submarine USS Michigan arrived in the South Korean port city of Busan recently, and a heavily-armed U.S. Navy carrier strike group led by the USS Carl Vinson is operating in waters near Korea.

The Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile shield in South Korea is also operational and has initial intercept capability, indicating that it is ready to shoot down North Korean missiles.

North Korea has threatened to sink both the Michigan and the Vincent.

“The gangster-like U.S. imperialists have gone extremely reckless in their moves to unleash a nuclear war on the Korean peninsula,” the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) wrote in response to U.S. military deployments.

The North accused the U.S. bombers of training to drop nuclear bombs on North Korean cities. “The reckless military provocation is pushing the situation on the Korean peninsula closer to the brink of nuclear war,” the state-run outlet reported.

“The army of the DPRK is keenly watching the military movement of the U.S. imperialists, fully ready to react to all forms of war they will opt for with a powerful nuclear treasured sword,” KCNA wrote, adding, “The U.S. imperialist warmongers would be well advised to always remember the solemn warning of the Korean People’s Army.”

The movement of U.S. military assets into the area are believed to be in response to repeated North Korean provocations. The North has fired off nine ballistic missiles this year.

In response to questions of whether the Trump administration plans to use military force against North Korea, President Donald Trump said, “I don’t know. We’ll see.”

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  1. Carolyn Suter

    May 2, 2017 at 9:16 pm

    stop all of yah stop look listen you got two heads two balls one brain you have some very bad toys do not play with them do not please you are still acring like a two year old tread lightly there are no do overs think first listen a cold war no a bad nasty hot war never ever no oops no do over so i say lesson learned shut up listen read remember the elders ask questions first respect pride old school nature smell the air see look not just with your eyes listen not just with your ears heart health freedon overt walk with a big stick but softly slowly quietly quickly .native americans dont shoot your mouth off as far as usa guns rights auto matically pardon all with no criminal back ground whom served time whom yet have permission to own again because of red tape president pardon all need proof to keep with them plus all americans see canada see especially englind the queen land then go to switcherland no problems there yes rules a it strick dont have to be that way here everyone guns non violant criminals even raptist child malestors guns all own guns easy to get cost way way down see crime spree way down so far down heads will spin shock wow better america top dog usa usa usa input that you people get in and do it now its you god and constitutional rights freedom of speech peacefully word of the year for 2017 PEACE PEACE PEACE PEACE PEACE PEACE PEACE PEACE PEACE PEACE PEACE PEACE thank you have a nice year

  2. Gloria

    May 3, 2017 at 5:54 am

    I trust whatever President Trump decides to do. I believe he will do whatever is best for America.

  3. Feaumeilangi TPepa

    May 3, 2017 at 8:07 am

    Do what you can, to solve the problem without hurting anyone, and if that N Korean kid, don’t listen then give him the first warning.

  4. Walter DeBruin

    May 3, 2017 at 11:59 am

    Will they heed the warning ? I hope so

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