A very defiant Kim Jong-un vowed to carry out more ballistic missile tests as United Nations Security Council denounced and condemned his latest “outrageous” launch on Monday. According to an official statement via North Korea’s state-owned news media, the rogue hermit regime will continue with its ballistic missile launching drills, bringing the world one step closer to a hot-nuke war. It’s important to notice that both China, which is the de-facto North Korea’s enabler and Russia alike strongly condemned the latest missile tests at the UN Security Council.
Russia and China falling in line with Europe and USA with regard to condemning North Korea, at least formally, is nothing short of a miracle, as both countries accused the communist dictatorship of undermining regional peace and stability. Kim Jong-un boasted that his latest trick, i.e. flying a Hwasong-12 ballistic missile over Japan is just a prelude to things to come, as he looks forward to do the same with Guam, which is US’ Pacific military base.
Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the UN responded to Kim’s latest act of defiance by saying, let me quote:
“I think enough is enough.
“No country should have missiles flying over them like those 130 million people in Japan.”
As Trump and the generals he’s surrounded with put it numerous times, all options are on the table now for dealing with the rogue Pyongyang regime. As tensions escalate between North Korea and the rest of the world, the United States military tested the most dangerous nuke ever made. The doomsday device is called B61-12 (a gravity bomb) and after its second test, it’s expected to enter production within 3 years. According to an official statement from the NNSA:
B61-12 gravity bombs, without a nuclear warhead, were dropped from F-15E fighter jets at Tonopah Test Range in Nevada on August 8. The tests were intended to check the bomb’s ‘non-nuclear functions and the aircraft’s capability to deliver the weapon.”
The B61-12 has a special feature, i.e. it allows the military to adjust its power, which ranges from 50 kilotons to 300 tons, while the bomb can be delivered by a stealth bomber.