WW3: North Korea poised for USA nuclear war with Guam missile attack | World | News

North Korean despot has gathered trusted advisers in Pyongyang to consider the implications of an inter-continental ballistic missile (ICBM) attack against the US. 

Any attack on the island territory of Guam would almost certainly result in a retaliatory nuclear strike by on .

The conflict has the potential to spark Word War 3 with military heavyweights Russia and China forced to pick sides. 

Earlier today Russia Today was reporting: “Pyongyang said that it has been working on a plan to launch a medium-range ballistic missile at a US airbase in Guam.

“This comes after US bombers flew over the Korean Peninsula with Korean and Japanese warplanes.”

Military strategists were expecting Kim Jong-un’s response to the US and Japan flying deadly bombers near North Korean territory in a brazen show of military strength last night.

More US bombers are set to arrive at the peninsula today. 

North Korea denounced the war-gaming, which used US pilots in Japanese and South Korean planes, as an “actual nuclear drill” and claimed it was just provocation for a retaliatory strike. 

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A spokesman for the rogue state said America was “driving the regional situation to an extreme pitch” and warned Kim’s army was setting its sights beyond Guam.

They warned it was time for Mr Trump and all US citizens to stop believing “its mainland is an invulnerable Heavenly kingdom”. 

Yesterday the US president promised “fire and fury” if North Korea does not reign in its sabre-rattling – a threat which was quickly undermined by Kim’s declaration he was considering attacking Guam. 

US Secretary of State said Mr Trump was forced to use such explosive language because North Korea does not understand diplomatic behaviour. 

Rex Tillerson said: “What the president is doing is sending a strong message to North Korea in language that Kim Jong Un can understand, because he doesn’t seem to understand diplomatic language.

“I think the president just wanted to be clear to the North Korean regime on the U.S. unquestionable ability to defend itself, will defend itself and its allies.”

He urged calm and said he did not expect an imminent attack. 

Mr Tillerson said: “Americans should sleep well at night … Nothing that I have seen and nothing that I know of would indicate that the situation has dramatically changed in the last 24 hours.”

The island of Guam is a US territory, with citizens…

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