NORTH KOREA LAUNCHES ANOTHER MISSILE OVER JAPAN
Things are heating up seriously over Kim Jong-un’s threats against the United States and Japan. He said he would “reduce the US to ashes and sink Japan into the sea.”
Verbal threats are one thing, but Japan suffered a hair-raising alarm when North Korea launched another missile over Japan Friday morning (Asia time). The missile flew over Japan’s northern island Hokkaido before landing in the Pacific.
The Useless United Nations Security Council met at 7 pm, as requested by the United States and Japan.
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said he wasn’t ready to talk about a US military response. He did say the launch was “reckless.”
Let’s hope everyone in the US, Japan and South Korea are geared up for a possible electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack by North Korea, or worse, because the little fat dude seems capable.
So far, it doesn’t appear that anyone is quite ready to put the dictator in his place, except to exact more sanctions against North Korea, which will likely starve millions more of the street orphans and poor. They are the last ones to receive any provision when there is lack, so sanctioning North Korea in any form simply means: “We are going to kill millions more of your orphans and the poor, who are already starving.”
Do you think “fatso” cares? Not a chance. An estimated 3 million North Koreans starved to death during the last five years, and the famine continues. (If you haven’t read yesterday’s report on North Korea’s street orphans, please do.)
The Word of God tells us concerning the last days,
“Nation will rise against nation, kingdom against kingdom, and there shall be famines, pestilences and earthquakes in diverse places” Matthew 24:7.
Hundreds of Bible prophecies have been fulfilled and those remaining shall surely come to pass. Are you prepared to stand before God and give an account of the life you have lived on this earth? If not, salvation is only a prayer away. Please visit the How Can I Be Saved page – your eternal destiny depends on it. God bless you.
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