SHADES OF SYRIA: Japanese PM Hints at North Korea Chemical Weapons [VIDEO]

SHADES OF SYRIA: Japanese PM Hints at North Korea Chemical Weapons [VIDEO]

Kim Jong-un may have chemical weapons and the missiles to use them.

And we know what Donald Trump does to countries who use chemical weapons. Let’s just say he doesn’t draw a red line in the sand.



According to CNN,

North Korea may already have the capability to deliver missiles equipped with sarin nerve agent, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Thursday.

His warning came as analysts said North Korea may be preparing for a sixth nuclear test ahead of a key anniversary in the country and following the deployment of a US naval strike group to the region.

“The security situation around our country is getting increasingly severe,” Abe said, who was addressing the Japanese parliament’s diplomacy and defense committee.

“We have just talked about Syria. There is a possibility that North Korea already has a capability to put sarin on warheads to strike the ground,” he said.

Abe did not provide any evidence why he felt North Korea had the capability to equip missiles with chemical weapons.

Maybe the Russians told Abe?

Sure, that’s it. The Russians hacked the North Koreans in an effort to influence the election of Hillary Clinton against Kim Jong-un. The hack failed, thus Kim Jong-un beat Hillary Clinton…100% to 0%

But we did get good intel.

All jokes aside, this story looks like a very serious warning to Kim Jong-un. There isn’t proof that North Korea has sarin, but it certainly makes a great excuse to send bombs up his rather large and growing tailpipe.

Every major news outlet covered this story. And the threat of biological weapons puts the world on edge.

Consider the very uncharacteristic move by China to amass over 150,000 troops on the North Korean border. They did this “in case” President Trump decided to bomb North Korea. Frankly, this move signals the world that China has regained respect for America, militarily and economically.

These not-so-subtle hints should be taken seriously by Kim Jong-un, and I predict they will.


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