Mike Pence Tells North Korea “The Sword Stands Ready” In Strong Warning


The leader of Pyongyang is following the footsteps of his father and grandfather, leading his nation into renewed and constant diplomatic tension with the United States of America and her allies. Kim Jong-Un has displayed his might in a recent military parade, continuing the provocative means and actions he has been taking since his ascendance to power, after the death of his father in 2011. 

Five nuclear tests have been conducted by the North Korean regime since 2006, including 2 by the current supreme leader of the country.

The decorative speeches that follow these military operations are directed to threaten the West and especially the U.S.A, showing determinacy and will to continue the path taken its rulers since pre-WWII.

Realistic approach

The new republican president of the United States of America has reflected in his White-House advisor appointees, the core realistic foreign policy approach he has chosen to emit from the Oval Office towards the rest of the globe. The newly ascended head of state has shown vigilance and bolster military deployment in various conflict zones that touch American national interest. Concerning the North-Korean peninsula, Mr. Trump has ambushed the country with his naval power following recent diplomatic escalations, clearly warning the only two semi-allies of the isolated nation that he will not be reluctant to take unilateral unconventional means against his foes.

Mike pence warns

“Those who would challenge our resolve or readiness should know, we will defeat any attack and meet any use of conventional or nuclear weapons with an overwhelming and effective American response” was a clear message by the American Vice president to Pyongyang, abort the deck of the USS Ronald Reagan in South-Korea. Pledging allegiance and support to their Japanese and South-Korean partners, the second man in command, Mike Pence, warned that all political and economic sanction means will be applied in cooperation with the regional powers to curb and limit the threat of North Korea.