North Korea Says It to Strike US Bases, Aircraft Carrier & Presidential Residence in Seoul in Case of US Aggression

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North Korea is ready to strike US military bases in South Korea and Japan, as well as the presidential residence in Seoul and the US Carl Vinson aircraft carrier, in case of aggression from Washington.

North Korea Says It to Strike US Bases, Aircraft Carrier & Presidential Residence in Seoul in Case of US Aggression

Photo: AP / Ahn Young-joon

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) will attack US military bases and the presidential residence in Seoul in case of aggression from Washington, a statement of the General Staff of the Korean People’s Army reads.

“All political, economic and military provocative machinations will be decisively foiled by a super-powerful response from our army and people,” the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) quoted the statement.

As a representative of the North Korean General Staff noted, the DPRK’s response will include options for a preemptive strike on land, sea and air.

Possible targets for the strike include US military bases in Osan, Kunsan and Phentak, as well as the Cheongwadae presidential residence, which the General Staff of the Korean People’s Army threatens to “turn into ashes in a matter of minutes.”

The General Staff spokesman called for not forgetting the fact that North Korean missiles are also aimed at US military bases in Japan, as well as on the territory of the US.

In addition, the North Korean General Staff said that they are ready to strike the US Carl Vinson aircraft carrier.

Earlier, the NBC News TV-channel reported that the US was ready to carry out a preemptive strike against North Korea in order to prevent another test of nuclear weapons by Pyongyang. It was also noted that the US had already dispatched two destroyers closer to the DPRK coast – the ships, armed with the Tomahawk cruise missiles are deployed just 300 miles from the prospective place of future missile tests.

Meanwhile, China is becoming more and more concerned about the increasing tense, occurring between North Korea and the USA. As the Bloomberg news agency reported, China warned that a war on the Korean Peninsula would have devastating consequences and “one has the feeling that a war could break out at any moment.”

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi called for all the sides “to stop provoking and threatening each other and not to make the situation irretrievable.” “No matter who the nation is, if it continues to provoke wars in the Peninsula, it has to bear this historical responsibility and pay its price,” he said.

“Once a war really happens, the result will be nothing but losing all round and no one could become a winner,” Wang told reporters in Beijing on Friday, according to the official Xinhua News Agency.

At the same time, the South China Morning Post state newspaper reported on Friday, citing Chinese experts and analysts, that there are great chances that Beijing will not provide allied assistance to the DPRK in case the US troops decide to strike the country.

The newspaper noted that despite the Sino-North Korean Mutual Aid and Cooperation Friendship Treaty of 1961, Pyongyang had refused to adhere to the regime of non-proliferation of nuclear weapons. In this way, one of the terms of the bilateral agreement, concerning provision of conditions for peace and stability in the region, was violated.

“It’s hard to say how China would assist North Korea militarily in case of war, since North Korea is developing nuclear weapons, an act that might have already breached the treaty between the two nations,” the newspaper quoted Li Jie, a retired Chinese naval colonel.

According to Shanghai-based military analyst Ni Lexiong, China should theoretically assist the DPRK in the event of a military invasion by US troops to that country, but the Pyongyang’s violation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons is a “strong reason for Beijing to choose not to help.”

Earlier, the China Central Television (CCTV) reported that since April 17, the Air China airline, which is the only foreign company that makes flights to the DPRK, will suspend the flight connection with Pyongyang. The broadcaster did not disclose the reason of the flights’ suspension. Later, Air China denied the information that it had temporarily suspended flights to Pyongyang, and noted that only certain flights had been canceled. As Air China told the China News Service agency, the company “does not at all suspend flights from Beijing to Pyongyang, but has only temporarily canceled flights due to the demand for tickets.” The airline also stressed that in the future flights to Pyongyang will be organized, based on the situation with the sale of tickets.

On February 26, China banned all imports of North Korean coal, cutting off the country’s most important export product, after repeated North Korean missile tests that drew international criticism.

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  • IH8Lies

    I think he likes the attention as for being a threat to the USA no way known.
    The US has no right to attack them, the guy has always mouthed off and none of his missiles would make it to the USA.

  • Rick0Shea

    NK opted out of the NPT in 1985 – who could blame them since the US either ignores or bends the so-called rules as it sees fit while continuously threatening NK with the unveiled threat “all options are on the table”.

    How could a nuclear attack on NK not contaminate China with radioactive fallout? Why would China ever tolerate that? The world is f**ked.

    • Valery Grigoryev

      I guess, the US just makes political pressure. Conventional MOAB was recently used not by chance.

    • Hassadnah Abraham

      You are insane. The only country that ever use Atom bomb against others is USA.

  • Real Anti-Racist Action

    The US has nukes the earth more then 1,000 times, and Russia has nuked the earth hundreds of time that I know of.
    We are all suffering from Russians and the USSA’s nuclear attacks till this day.
    Cancer is everywhere.
    Japan was definitely the good guys in the Second World War and so was India and Iran and the IRA and so many others.
    Down with globalist, up Nationalist!
    Hats of to the best-Korea as they single handily take on the globalist-zio-marxist-bigots.

    • Stevey Maguire Beverland

      The IRA?

      • Real Anti-Racist Action

        The Irish Republican Army fought against the UK-Empire in the second world war.
        The IRA also fought against communist in Spain as well after the Marxist genocided 600 Catholic nuns in Spain.
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nM6TGDyuV0Y

        • Richie

          O’Duffy’s mob were a gang of priest-ridden religious bigots who gullibly believed the lying propaganda they had been fed .

    • IH8Lies

      Japan serious?
      I think you need to look up Japanese history and a place called Nanking and the term comfort women.
      I think your views on good guys may change.

      • Real Anti-Racist Action

        Every group has done some bad things.
        But did you know the US stormed Japans beaches back in the mid 1800’s?
        They use to be called the Hermit-Empire.
        After the US invaded them, then placed trade embargo on them, that put the US and Japan on a collision course.
        Also, the US and Israel have to many thousands of comfort women.
        But the UK still tops the US I do believe. US has thousands of child sex slaves, it is just their way I guess.
        Nothing you got on Japan that I do not have on UK or USA.
        The difference is between globalism and nationalism.
        I will always reject anyone reaching for globalism.

        Also, 90% of all the Christians in Japan were nuked by the US in the attack.
        They specifically targeted the Christian population to get rid of them, just as the allies carpet bombed the Vatican as well.
        In order for a global empire, Monotheist must first be wiped out in completion.
        Alawite, Christian, Shia, Orthodox, it does not matter.
        All Monotheist are enemies of Lucifer.

        • IH8Lies

          Some bad things?
          Comparing lesser evils does not make one a good guy.
          Evil is evil.

        • PZIVJ1943

          “All Monotheist are enemies of Lucifer.”
          What the hell does that mean?

        • Valery Grigoryev

          Sorry, but you’ve got a mess in your head.
          Please, visit a doctor:)

    • Solomon Krupacek

      japan was not good guy

    • Valery Grigoryev

      Marxism is dead. While NK regime is just crazy and inhuman.

      • Basu Deb

        The laws of contradiction are working their way.

    • Bubba Junior

      Japan, the “good guys”? Are you totaly OUT OF YOUR MIND? The Japanese were the worst of the worst when It came to occupation. Furthermore check out “unit 731”,or just read any discription of Imperial Japan’s invasion of mainland China. In Nanking the german representative for the Nazi party personaly helped people get away from the japs and personaly asked Adolf Hitler not to cooperate with Japan because of there total disregard for human life. North Korea is the worlds biggest open air prison,and you my friend have no clue what so ever.

    • dutchnational

      India was part of the allies in WWII. Hundreds of thousands indian troops fought as part of british armies in Burma against the Japanese. Iran did not fight at all.

  • Thegr8rambino

    if its their time to go, i really hope they go down swinging, and really hurt the US – i am so sick and tired of their bullshit wars and servicemen blindly following their insane orders

    • dutchnational

      The last twenty years, hundreds of thousands of NK’s starved to death because of bad economic policies of the Kim family. Any regime is likely to be better for the population

      • Thegr8rambino

        the US only cares that its regime is subservient to them, and not much else

  • Solomon Krupacek
  • Jonathan Cohen

    I hope the North can bring abortion rights to the south, and taiwan too!

  • Pave Way IV