North Korea is acting like a child on a playground that despite the previous detention still can’t get through his head that the teacher is not messing around when he says to stop trying to threaten the other kids.
They have their latest threat emerged.
North Korea have said that fresh nuclear tests will be carried out at the time and place that Kim Jong-un chooses.
In response to US aggression the country is ready to bolster the nuclear force to the maximum… at any moment said a spokesman for the regime on Monday.
The last ballistic missile the North Koreans tested that was thought to have failed on lift-off turns out to may have not just failed.
Elsewhere, the YTN cable news channel was warned by the South Korean experts that a North Korean missile test might not have failed on Saturday as previously thought.
The missile is said to be deliberately detonated in mid-air as warhead explosion is being tested by Jong-un , a step in triggering a nuclear warhead detonation.
The speculation are due to the reason that it detonated at a higher lever after it would normally stabilize indicating it was likely deliberately detonated.
That’s one more step along the way to a nuclear warhead, if that’s the case.
Other possibility is that through a cyber attack the U.S helped it to fail.
Another US ship has been sent to the area, unidentified supply vessel for the USS Carl Vinson and the rest of the strike group to be supplied.
The Izumo The biggest warship since WWII to escort the supply ship and protect it from any North Korean missiles has been deployed by Japan.
To protect a U.S vessel, Japan is sending its largest warship as it resupplies the strike group led by carrier Carl Vinson amid tensions with North Korea.
On Monday the 800 th helicopter carrier Izumo left its home port Yokosuka, south of Tokyo , to escort the American vessel to the waters off Shikoku, around 400 miles away at the top end of Japan’s south island.
The pacific constitution of Japan has been expanded last year to allow the protection of allies and giving the ability to shoot down a North Korean nuclear missile.