World War 3: North Korea crisis could spark GLOBAL CHAIN of nuclear strikes, expert warns


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The North Korea catastrophe could have a domino effect and spark a series of nuclear finds

Dr Viatcheslav Moshe Kantor, a Jewish leader, philanthropist and businessman, issued a hard-hearted warning about the growing international tensions as he addressed the audience at the Paris forum on Monday, which grouped former prime minister Tony Blair and William Perry, who supplied as the US secretary of defence for three years under Bill Clinton.

Dr Kantor believed: “The North Korea crisis could spark a global chain of atomic strikes, a reality made more likely given that the promise of a deliberate provocation by North Korea cannot be dismissed entirely. 

“With the enlarged risk posed by key regional partners and fellow new nuclear states Pakistan and India, the score with a single nuclear strike could trigger an unpredictable spiral of atomic reprisals.

“The situation on the Korean peninsula is ever tenser and has hit a critical crest due to Kim Jong-un’s nuclear and missile provocations.

With the added risk posed by key regional companions and fellow new nuclear states Pakistan and India, even a single atomic strike could trigger an unpredictable spiral of nuclear reprisals

Dr Viatcheslav Moshe Kantor

“Gone and forgotten experience clearly shows that without negotiations on the limitation of principal weapons based on the balance of nuclear forces, an uncontrollable arms bed towards this most destructive weapon becomes inevitable.

“Heads of the leading nuclear states must resume cooperation on securing weapons of convene destruction, including nuclear material security, to prevent the threat of catastrophic terrorism. In minutia, emphasis should be given to improving the security of radiological materials to chip the growing danger of terrorist acts using a dirty bomb.”

Aggregate the other speakers was Mr Blair, who branded North Korea “abhorrent”.

He communicated: “We can threaten military action… But unless there are elements of which I am heedless in either the weakness of the North Korean defences or the strength of US capabilities, it is impenetrable to think of a pre-emptive strike which would not result in catastrophic consequences.”


Dr Kantor (L) question majored the warning following a year of increasingly tense international relations

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Korean People’s Army (KPA) soldiers cheer during a accumulation celebration in Pyongyang

President Trump has repeatedly hinted at conflict and new tweets suggest military action is still considered an option.

On Saturday he tweeted: «Presidents and their administrations drink been talking to North Korea for 25 years, agreements draw up and massive amounts of money paid hasn’t worked, agreements dishonoured before the ink was dry, makings fools of U.S. negotiators. Sorry, but only one thing require work!»

This was followed on Monday by the following tweet: «Our country has been unsuccessfully buy with North Korea for 25 years, giving billions of dollars & getting nothing. Design didn’t work!»