Trump on North Korea

Trump on North Korea

North Korea continues to perform nuclear tests, and even though there has been much opposition to the nuke tests, the North Korea continues to perform its tests. It is known that North Korea has a nuclear bomb and they are finding a way to make the nuclear war hear fit into one missile. North Korea claims that it has miniaturized its nuke weapons but many countries do not believe it and have many doubts on the claims. North Korea has conducted about five nuke tests so far, and the tests that are conducted are bigger each time. The question here is that are these bombs are being tested with atomic bombs or hydrogen bombs. The tests that were carried out in 2006, 2009 and 2013 were nuclear weapons and the one which was done in the year 2016 was a hydrogen bomb. The hydrogen bombs are incredibly powerful, and they release massive energy through fusion.

Nuclear Bombs:

Testing nuclear bombs are very dangerous, and a country which builds nuclear weapons are considered as high threats.  The president of the United States of America, Donald Trump believes North Korea as a great potential threat and has warned the country over its pursuit of testing the nuclear weapons. The Trump’s administration has asked North Korea to give up its nuclear weapon testing immediately, but the North Korean government is not willing to listen to the Trump’s administration.  The Kim’s administrations say that unless the U.S hostile policy and nuclear threat to North Korea are terminated, North Korea will continue to perform its nuclear weapon testing.

Most of the modest proposal comes for a nuclear scientist named Siegfried Hecker who has visited North Korea and investigated various nuclear facilities in the country. Donald Trump has threatened to destroy North Korea if it continues to test nuclear weapons. Trump has said that “If the righteous many do not confront the wicked few, then evil will triumph.”  He said that America has great patience and strength but if it is forced to defend itself and its allies from the nuclear weapons then America will not hesitate to destroy North Korea completely.

Suicide Mission:

Trump has said in his speech that “Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and his regime.” Trump is willing to take military action in North Korea, but he requests other nations to step up in taking efforts to advise North Korea from testing and producing nuclear weapons.

The USA, Russia, China, Japan and South Korea continue to have conversations with the North Korea, and this is known as the six-party talks. In the year 2005, North Korea agreed to give up its nuclear ambitions if the country is provided economic aid and political concessions; this conversation stalled till the year 2009 and USA never fully believed that Pyongyang was fully disclosing all its nuclear facilities.

In the year 2012, North Korea said that it would stop its nuclear activities if the United States provides North Korea with food aids, but this again came to nothing as Pyongyang launched a rocket in the same year.