In the event of an unavoidable nuclear war between the United States and DPRK, a large number of volunteers who wish to join Kim Jong Un’s army are reported to be over 3.5 million.
Military strategists say a Donald Trump versus Kim Jong Un war would be a “total mismatch,” but the teeming volunteers who are rooting for their 42-year-old president believe it’d be an honor to die fighting.
According to a report from Express.co.uk, life in the North Korea army can be described as hopeless, oppressive, hungry and impoverished. If the looming WW3 becomes reality, the world will likely see a group of malnourished and desperate civilians who have been forced against their will to join.
An article from the state-owned news agency KCNA reads, “All the people are rising up across the country to retaliate against the US thousands of times.
“In North Hwanghae Province, 89,000 young men pleaded to enlist or reenlist on August 9 alone.
“In Daedong County of South Pyongan Province, more than 20,000 students, party members and laborers filed enlistment or reenlistment requests.”
A Russian General who spoke with Russia Today on the pending disaster says DPRK would suffer a total wipe-out if it dares to challenge America’s military might.
Leonid Ivashov, a political analyst and retired Colonel-General, urged the warring parties to consider a diplomatic approach in resolving the tensions, adding that Pyongyang’s earlier threat of firing missile over Japan, towards the US territory of Guam, was a “bluff”.
Mr. Ivashov argued that America could shoot down any missile from DPRK if it ever makes an attempt on Guam.
However, he called on China and Russia to impose further sanctions on the dictatorial government in order to ensure that “the military perspective” is completely erased.
“It’s a total mismatch,” the Colonel-General said.
“The US is a superpower, while North Korea is a small regional player. North Korea can’t compete with America on any level.
“America’s superior technology could locate all of Kim’s weapons and nuclear factories, and eliminate everything that North Korea created in terms of medium-range, long-range missiles and nuclear warheads.
“Neither would North Korea’s anti-missile defences be any match for the American B-1 bombers,” he added.
Mr. Ivashov, now a director at the Academy of Geopolitical Problems, argued that N. Korea might possibly inflict some damage on America but in comparison to Trump’s military response, he said the havoc would be nothing like the world has ever seen.
The US President confirmed in a recent statement that America is “locked and loaded” for the battle.
Republicans and Democrats are divided on the use of pre-emptive attacks on Kim Jong Un’s country.
Hiroshima, Shimane and Kochi would be most affected in any event of missiles being fired at the US territory of Guam because those warheads would pass directly over the cities.
While the threats linger ahead of 15 August, Pyongyang said it intends to aim and miss the island. However, the exercise is believed to be malfunction-proof and as such, could put thousands of people in danger.
Most of North Korea’s recent missile tests have been unsuccessful but this ongoing war-of-words and a likely launch remains a major threat to world peace.