Ominous email: 'In the event of a nuclear attack'

Cheryl Sanders
October 12, 2017

"It may sound insane to outsiders to fire missiles from a place he wants to develop economically, but that's how Kim Jong Un runs his country", said Mr Lim Eul Chul, an expert on the North Korean economy at Kyungnam University in South Korea.

The U.S.is sending a nuclear-powered submarine and aircraft carrier striker group to waters near the Korean Peninsula amid ever-increasing tensions with North Korea, according to a source on Monday. "Not to be an alarmist, but to be informing people". There are people who are concerned.

As we all know, North Korea is continuously threatening the United States with a missile attack.


"It could be the most powerful detonation of an H-bomb in the Pacific", Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho told reporters. The threat came closer to reality, however, when Kim Jong Un and his rocket scientists launched a missile over Japan in September.

For Hawaii, however, planning for the possibility of a North Korean missile attack, however remote, has become a new weird norm with missiles from the rogue nation now capable of reaching the Aloha State and its high-ranking military commands.

If North Korea were to attack Hawaii, it's likely target would be Honolulu. Some in attendance noted the meeting wasn't called because of a specific, immediate threat to Hawaii; however, "recent regional military threats" prompted plans for a proper response when needed.


It adds that the university follows the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency siren system and the agency's instructions for "sheltering-in-place". Officials believe there would be up to 15,000 casualties.

In September, the Hermit Kingdom successfully conducted its sixth nuclear test, with the regime claiming it detonated its first hydrogen bomb.

If Kim Jong Un has his way, the port city of Wonsan, North Korea, will someday be a mecca for tourists. The sanctions ban all natural gas sales to the North, limit the amount of oil that can be sold to the country, and ban its exports of textile products.


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