Kim Jong-un Changes Law on When Nuclear Strike Can Be Used

Kim Jong-un Changes Law on When Nuclear Strike Can Be Used

Kim Jong Un CHANGES LAW – Strike Incoming?

( – The United States has many foreign adversaries, but North Korea might be the least predictable. The tiny Asian nation, often called the Hermit Kingdom, keeps itself entirely isolated from the rest of the world, and the ruling Kim dynasty frequently makes inscrutable comments about its intentions. Recently, the nation’s parliament made an important change to its policy regarding nuclear weapons.

The legislature, operating under the sole control of Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, passed a law stating the North Korean military would launch a nuclear attack immediately if a foreign military operation seriously injured the dictator. The law also states North Korea would launch nuclear strikes if it believed another country had launched a similar attack against it.

The passage of the new measure comes alongside a declaration Kim Jong-un made expressing his commitment to retain his country’s nuclear program indefinitely. North Korean state media reported the dictator said he wasn’t open to bargaining with the United States regarding denuclearization. He condemned alleged efforts by US officials to convince North Korean leaders to give up their atomic weapons and criticized sanctions the US has levied on his country.

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