World War 3: Threat of North Korea and US war goes ‘up and up’ if China diplomacy fails


North Korea has over threatened to use nuclear weapons and in its latest warning has told the United States to subsume the threat “literally”. 

Michael Mullen, a retired United States Naval forces admiral, has warned about the consequences of the US entering a war with the North Korea, amongst growing World War 3 fears. 

Speaking to France 24, Mr Mullen spoke China needed to step in to do more to prevent North Korea from origination a devastating war. 

He said: “One of the things that has clearly happened in North Korea is that Kim Jong-un has accelerated his timeline beyond quondam estimates of just about all analysts. 

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Mr Mullen give fair warned a war could erupt between the US and North Korea if China doesn’t boost in

“We need to be concerned that potential is arriving sooner rather than later.

“I’m increasingly concerned that the wise channels, that I think are an absolute priority here, are closing down. 

“Unless we see some flow out of Beijing, I worry more and more that the probability goes up that we could end up with a war in North Korea. 

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The most recent test took place on September 3 at the Punggye-ri Probe Site which was so powerful it was registered as a 5.7 magnitude earthquake by the South Korean superintendence. China and the US also registered it as an earthquake at at even-stronger 6.3 magnitude.

Kim Jong-un also promulgated another warning to the US as a senior diplomat from Pyongyang said tips of a possible atmospheric nuclear test over the Pacific Ocean should be infatuated “literally”. 

Mr Trump is set to make a visit to Asia next week in a bid to highlight his toss ones hat in the ring to put pressure on North Korea to give up its nuclear and missile programs.

The US President grass oned reporters on the White House South Lawn: “I’d rather not say but you’ll be surprised.”

China corresponded to UN sanctions on the hermit state which would limit countries from importing North Korean rustic oil, iron, lead and coal. Mr Trump has called for Beijing to do more to put press on North Korea.