UNCONFIRMED REPORT: North Korea has Allegedly Notified China of Imminent Nuclear Test-Detonation

 

China and Russia are massing troops on North Korea's border and the United States "scrambled" a Boeing WC-135 called "Constant Phoenix" today, from a base in Japan.  The highly specialized aircraft is designed to take air samples and analyse them for traces of radioactivity.  

Commonly called a "Nuke Sniffer" these aircraft can monitor whether or not Nuclear Test-Ban Treaties are being obeyed.   In the case of North Korea, they can determine with 100% certainty, if a nuclear device has been test-detonated, even if underground.

The Nuke Sniffer arrived at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan, early this month amid indications that the North Koreans are preparing for another nuclear test.

Thursday's flight appears meant to check whether the secretive communist nation has detonated a nuclear bomb.

 

 

It also tests operational readiness in the event of an actual provocation by the North, added the source.

There was an unconfirmed rumor that North Korea has notified China of its nuclear experiment plan.

South Korea's military said earlier the North seems all set to conduct what would be its sixth nuclear test at its Punggye-ri site in its northeastern region anytime on the leadership's decision.

 

China Puts Bomber Aircraft on "High Alert"

The US is seeing evidence that the Chinese military is preparing for a potential North Korea "contingency," a US defense official said Thursday.

Chinese air force land-attack, cruise-missile-capable bombers were put "on high alert" on Wednesday, the official said, adding that the US has also seen an extraordinary number of Chinese military aircraft being brought up to full readiness through intensified maintenance.
 
The official said that these recent steps by the Chinese are assessed as part of an effort to "reduce the time to react to a North Korea contingency."
 
Such a contingency could include the risk of an armed conflict breaking out as tensions on the peninsula have risen in the wake of multiple North Korean missile tests. There has also been ratcheted up rhetoric from the US and Pyongyang, with the latter's state media warning Thursday that a pre-emptive strike by North Korea would result in the US and South Korea being "completely destroyed in an instant."
Beijing has long been concerned about potential instability in North Korea should the regime in Pyongyang collapse, fearing both an influx of refugees and the potential of reunification under a South Korean government closely allied to the US.
 
Over the past week, China has deployed 150,000 Troops to its border with North Korea, but publicly DENIES such reports despite photographic and video evidence having been widely released on Social Media.  One short video of hundreds of Chinese Military vehicles along the North Korea border as of April 14, appears below:
 
 
 

Russia Moves Tanks and Troops to North Korea Border

Few folks around the world realize that Russia shares a border with North Korea as well.  As shown on the map below, an 11 mile stretch of land at the far northeaster tip of North Korea, borders Russia.  

 

 

That region of Russia is sparsely populated, so when three very long trainloads of tanks, artillery and Russian troops pulled-in to the area starting Tuesday evening, locals took notice right away.

Video of the trains with numerous Russian military resources were recorded on video, and the videos were released on Social Media Wednesday.  One such video appears below:

 

 

 

Fear of Refugees or Plans for War?

It is widely known that in any armed conflict, civilians war zones, sometimes by the hundreds-of-thousands, to neighboring countries.  The fact that both China and Russia have deployed significant troops and weaponry to their borders with North Korea may seem prudent, if they fear a sudden influx of Refugees.   It may also signal something else: Preparation for war.

The question seems to be, whose  side will China and Russia assist?

Will both countries see that the North Koreans have become a Liability and thus side with any US effort to put an end to North Korean nuclear ambitions?  Or will both countries team-up and fight on behalf of North Korea in the event the US attacks?

This is the question keeping many military minds awake at night; and it is a key question.   If China and Russia move in to support North Korea against a US military action, then we will witness the outbreak of World War 3, as the three world super-powers engage each other in battle.

Stay tuned: It's History we're all watching right now.

 

 

Last modified on Thursday, 20 April 2017 16:01

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  • Chris112 Comment Link Apr 20, 2017

    You can complain all you want, but when it happens it will be your reality.

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  • decker Comment Link Apr 20, 2017

    And Turner we all know that you really hope and drram of WW3 you sick prick ...

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