Recently, U.S. is on a high alert when it comes to North Korea and their nuclear weapons. Currently, the U.S. is preparing for a preemptive strike on North Korea. This is the first time in HISTORY that the U.S. has seriously considered a preemptive strike in order to prevent further tribulation. It's said that "it isn't inconceivable" that North Korea will attempt a strike through what is labeled as a "nuclear weapons test". Many people assume that this test will include one or multiple kept-secret missiles that will be fired at the Korean Peninsula. The U.S. however, have made it known that no action would be taken until South Korea gives it's consent for a preemptive strike.
Tweet by Donald Trump
“North Korea just stated that it is in the final stages of developing a nuclear weapon capable of reaching parts of the US,” Mr Trump tweeted. “It won’t happen!”
Trump is also putting the pressure on China to back this decision against North Korea.
On top of that, Vice President Pence will be heading to South Korea for Easter Sunday for what's said a "long visit" to possibly discuss it's consent for our decision to be the first to fire
I have THREE questions for you!
Are we committing to something that we aren't prepared for?
Will this trigger a war, and if so, what will that war mean for us?
Is this justified?