North Korea: Missiles on show at military parade as Kim Jong-Un crows about 'all out war'
President of the United States, Donald Trump, has sent an 'armada' of naval ships to the Korean Peninsula amid fears Jong-Un will begin firing missile from the secretive state today.
Today, as millions gathered in the capital at the behest of Jong-Un to celebrate the day of the grandfather's birth, frightening reports say he unveiled a chase of new weaponry.
Missiles on show at military parade in North Korea
If the United States wages reckless provocation against us, our revolutionary power will instantly counter with an annihilating strike
Cho Ryong Hae
Choe Ryong Hae said to those celebrating 'Day of the Sun' – the North state is ready per battle.
He said: “If the United States wages reckless provocation against us, our revolutionary power will instantly counter with an annihilating strike, and we will respond to full-out war with full-out war and to nuclear war with our style of nuclear strike warfare.”
Eye witnesses said long-range and submarine-based missiles were shown at the anniversary parade on Saturday.
China has imposed economic sanctions already, but the warmongering words from the leader of the hermit state are showing no signs of subsiding.
The American nuclear warning system DefCon was upped to level four last week, as tensions rose.
US Army soldiers prepare for WAR against North Korea
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Although DefCon doubts missiles from North Korea could hit US mainland – others are not so sure.
President Trump said he is ready to act – and the US will not fail.
State Department spokesman Mark Toner said: “The time for action is now and by that we need to look at ways to put increased pressure on North Korea in order for it to recognise the reality that it needs to pursue denuclearisation."
While World War Three fears begin, nations are beginning to hold together.
China, whose foreign minister met his French counterpart in Beijing on Friday revealed plans to bring Russia onto the fold.
North Korea: Soldiers on display on the Day of the Sun
Putin will be asked to convince North Korea to calm down.
But one week after President Trump bombed an airfield in Idlib, in response to a gas attack on civilians by Bashar a-Assad President Assad of Syria, relations between the countries are strained.
Moscow claims the command from the Oval Office upset their airs in Syria, as they back Assad in the country's civil war.
The bomb drop has been seen as a sign from Trump to North Korea – to show them he is not afraid to act without warning.
Weapons on display to the crowds in Pyongyang, North Korea
Washington has sent a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier group towards North Korea.
US Vice-President Mike Pence travels to South Korea on Sunday as part of a long-planned Asian tour.
The US claims it is ready to strike North Korea if nuclear weapons are tested.