Global War Approaches: North Korea Warns: “If A Single Bullet Is Fired We WILL Nuke The United States”

| |

Top Tier Gear USA


With tensions heating up on the Korean Peninsula after North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un fired several test missiles into Japanese-controlled territory, and following President Trump’s deployment of Navy Seals whose sole purpose will be to decapitate the leadership of the communist state, Un issued a shocking warning on Sunday.

If even a single bullet is fired, says Un,  his country will immediately initiate a nuclear attack on the United States.

In a statement, North Korea’s Foreign Ministry said: “The Korean People’s Army will reduce the bases of aggression and provocation to ashes with its invincible Hwasong rockets tipped with nuclear warheads and reliably defend the security of the country and its people’s happiness in case the US and the South Korean puppet forces fire even a single bullet at the territory of the DPRK.”

In an earlier statement U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson pointedly told North Korea that the policies of previous U.S. administrations, which allowed the North Koreans to achieve the nuclear bomb, have ended and that the United States will be pursuing a new strategy to disarm its long time adversary.

Noting that no option is off the table, Tillerson demanded North Korea cease pursuit of all nuclear programs:

Let me be very clear… the policy of strategic patience has ended… we are exploring a new range of diplomatic, security and economic measures… all options are on the table… North Korea must understand that the only path to a secure, economic prosperous future is to abandon its development of nuclear weapons, ballistic missiles and other weapons of mass destruction.

We have repeatedly warned that North Korea could be the trigger for war that could see a dozen or more countries in conflict should President Trump no longer pursue the failed policies of patient diplomacy taken by his predecessors George Bush and Barack Obama.

Statements from Tillerson, and the North Korean response threatening outright nuclear war show that the situation in the region is escalating. 

And though most Americans have gotten used to the rhetoric and inaction of North Korea, the Trump administration’s approach could be a global game changer with severe consequences.

It is not that difficult to envision a scenario in which President Trump takes military action involving more than a single bullet in response to Kim Jong Un’s nuclear and missile tests.

In that scenario, Kim Jong Un may take things to the next level, which could see the launching of nuclear tipped ballistic missiles or even Super EMP weapons designed to disable the U.S. power grid in one fell swoop.

While we hold out hope for world peace, we encourage concerned Americans to prepare for any possibility, especially as it relates to nuclear or radiological fall out:

  • Have an emergency plan to get out of major cities: They will be the primary targets. If rhetoric turns to reality, you should be ready to exit metropolitan areas immediately.
  • Minimize Radiation Intake: In case of a nuclear or radiological event, the Department of Homeland Security recommends countering the effects of radiation poisoning by supplementing your diet with an FDA-approved thyroid blocker.
  • CBRN Respiratory Protection: An attack with Chemical, Biological, Radiological or Nuclear weapons of mass destruction is more probable today than anytime in the last 50 years. Protective tactical gas masks and NBC rated filtration systems can mean the difference between life and death in a nuclear emergency and the hours that follow.
  • Nuclear Fallout Body Protection: In addition to protecting your thyroid and respiratory system, nuclear fall out can have deadly effects on the skin. Nuclear, Biological and Chemical full body suits are a necessity should you find yourself out in the open or trying to escape from a city.

Should North Korea or another adversary opt for a  more strategic strike, such as detonating a single EMP-based nuclear weapon directly above the central  United States, it could take down our entire power grid.

Experts have warned that such an attack could revert the United States back to the 1800’s, a scenario that could lead to the deaths of some 90% of the U.S. population within one year due to starvation, disease and violence.

This kind of disaster requires longer-term planning and stockpiling of essential supplies like emergency food, potable water and personal defense armaments.

The rhetoric from world leaders suggests a lot of things can go wrong very quickly. Prepare for the possibility today, because even one second after the event will be too late.


Survive ANY Disaster: A Step-By-Step Guide

The Threat Is Real And Imminent: The Next World War Will Be Initiated By A First Strike Utilizing An EMP Weapon

Nukes and Fallout: How To Survive When Other Won’t

11 Emergency Foods That Last A Lifetime

Delivered by The Daily Sheeple

We encourage you to share and republish our reports, analyses, breaking news and videos (Click for details).

Contributed by Mac Slavo of

When it hits the fan, don’t say we didn’t warn you. Mac Slavo is the editor of, a resource hub for alternative news, contrarian commentary and strategies that you can take to protect yourself from the coming global paradigm shift.

Wake The Flock Up! Please Share With Sheeple Far & Wide:
  • It would be a lot easier to remove them from our adversaries list than to disarm them.
    If being armed with nuclear weapons and disagreeing with our use of them to bully the rest of the world is what makes them adversaries, we could start by ending the military embargo lined up off their coast. If Trump were to succeed in letting Japan get it’s own nukes, this would become a regional issue, as it should, rather than a global issue, as it is being made into. Since the morons at Tepco have made the long-term survivability of Japan extremely tenuous, we may as well let them end their self-inflicted agony. To imply that our relationship with North Korea is significantly different from that with Japan before we nuked them is extremely disingenuous.

    • gato felix

      When and only when North Korea has a Central Bank that’s Rothschild controled will they be removed from that list of adversaries! the same goes for Iran!

      • It is a bit bizarre to conflate an atheistic communism with an islamic theocracy. Since Iran is a staunch follower of sharia law, which prohibits usury, and all central banks engage in usury, it is unlikely that they will ever become aligned with a Christian-based Rothschild bank. North Korea is also unlikely to allow Christian bankers to dictate their financial operations. Perhaps you need to go back and research the origin of the Rothschild’s bank in the theocracy of Britain.

        • gato felix

          As of 2000 there were 7 countries without a Rothschild owned Central Bank Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, NORTH KOREA, Iran. As of 2011 without a Central Bank Cuba North Korea, Iran…perhaps you need to understand just a little more on banks mentality they respect no political ideology or for that matter religous affiliation, and I’m well aware of the origin of the Rothschilds, The global banking cartel will and do fund both sides of countries that go to war!!!

          • As does the United States government, through it’s 16 intelligence agencies.

          • gato felix

            “Confesions of an Economic Hitman” come to mind with your reply! And I do agree with your post!

          • John Perkins is one of the most respectable people who ever wrote a book, but it doesn’t get as much attention as it should. The military-industrial complexes of the world have always played both sides of every war that they have supplied materiel for, because all they really care about is their bottom lines. Unfortunately, that converts the fighting men and women into nothing more than hapless cannon fodder, something they are frequently wont to be jingoistically proud to be. When the politicians and bureaucrats get into the game of stoking wars, they become the domestic enemies that military people take an oath to subvert. The millennials who are joining the National Guard here are becoming quite aware of the subterfuge of their elders, and are making it clear to their COs that they will protect and defend the Constitution against any enemy of the people of their state. The COs understand and will refuse to force them to violate their sacred oaths.
            If this situation could prevail across the nation, soldiers could refuse to go to illegal wars, and stop the politics, cold.

  • horse777res

    They are full of crap! Fat Buddha is all talk. He knows what would happen if he fired a nuclear weapon. His hell hole would be vaporized in an instant.

    • gato felix

      Of course he knows that, but he’s relying on Russia and China to come to his aid, then again since theres been so much talk about Russia these past few months, maybe just maybe, this will be the exuse to go to war with Russia as the globalist bastards have been yearning to do!!

    • roddy6667

      America would need to decide which city it wants to lose and if it is worth it.

      • tscull

        They couldn’t even touch one of our cities. We have a defense system that they could never penetrate.

        • They did pretty good penetrating it on 9/11, from within.

          • tscull

            A commercial jetliner isn’t the same thing as an incoming nuke. That is non-warfare, sneak attack terrorism.That’s why terrorism will never stop, because it’s the ONLY way that any group or nation can ever touch us. And it’s minimalism as far as attacks go, not real warfare, not going up against our military and its defensive and offensive capabilities. It’s attacks upon the civilian population that they can accomplish, and nothing else.

          • In addition to being almost totally false flag and carefully curated by the intelligence agencies, just like Germany’s Reichstag fire.

        • roddy6667

          Keep believing that. The Patriot missiles didn’t work for Israel.

          • tscull

            There are defenses in place over the U.S. via satellite that will prevent 99% of any and all nuclear strikes, but it isn’t advertised. So, a pissant nation like N.K. would never get anything through.

          • What if the satellites are as reliable as AEGIS was in the Black Sea on the USS Donald Cook?

          • roddy6667

            A nuclear tipped missile can be fired from a submarine at the mouth of the Potomac, a container ship a few miles offshore, or even a garbage scow. Nothing can stop that. Back in the days just after 9-11, my wife and I would sit in the park next to the Verrazzano Narrows Bridge in NYC. All the ships that enter the Port Authority of NY and NJ go under this bridge. We would watch all the anonymous ships and pleasure boats and wonder if any contained a nuclear bomb. They are not inspected until they are very close to land, and then it’s too late. Every port in America is like this.
            I wonder how many container ships are carrying one of these units:

          • I am a truck driver and I have spent enough time in ports and intermodal yards to know that less than 1% of the containers that enter this country are screened with the expensive neutron scanners that were installed in all ports after 9/11. Most of them get nothing more than a manifest lookover. Since there are suitcase-sided tactical warheads in the world, it wouldn’t take anything more than putting one of them on the freight elevator of any skyscraper with a trigger that would detonate them at the top. It might not take out the city, but it would do more than enough damage to the downtown area to make it uninhabitable, and would kill the majority of the office workers, including most of the government employees.
            None of this would require a container or a ship because checked luggage going onboard an airliner gets the same non-search, and could be equipped with a simple trigger that would detonate the warhead upon receiving a broadcast radio station after descending to a specific altitude. If a trucker can figure this out…

    • G’ma G

      Yes, and then re-built by the rest of the world and Un leaves this life with his name writ very large in history for all time–a wet dream for any tyrant.

      • North Korea is unlikely to be rebuilt by a bombed out world following total thermonuclear war.

    • That could happen with a single error by a fire control officer onboard one of the dozen ships off their coast.

  • dav1bg

    Experts have warned that such an attack could revert the United States back to the 1800’s, a scenario that could lead to the deaths of some 90% of the U.S. population within one year due to starvation, disease and violence.
    Isn’t this exactly what the Queen of England and the royal family said that they wanted? Wanna bet the Queen has someone go to Korea and shoot a bullet?

    • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

      Entirely like when the j00s went to Britain’s war cabinet to insist on contuining to invade Germany, even though Germany made a more than generous offer of peace, not a bullet had been fired in Germany, and attacking forces died of starvation , cold and miserable morale.
      But still, even though Britain considered ending the war, the j00s succeeded in convincing Britain that they could connive ɥɐʞᴉɹǝɯ∀ into the war — then, WWII evolved once the j00s got ɥɐʞᴉɹǝɯ∀ involved, this sealed the exchange of Palestine into the j00s hands as coin of the deal —

    • That is highly unlikely since the Queen is one of the biggest shareholders in the Carlyle Group, and letting North Korea exist allows for more profitable sabre rattling than not.

  • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

    I always love it when the actors and servants to the J00 World Order level threats from one side while the other makes demands of forced policy changes.

    This is always a good show, works very well to redirect the true concerns of the sheeple’s mushy minds.

  • ru__serious

    MSM cat fight?

  • David

    “North Korea must understand that the only path to a secure, economic
    prosperous future is to abandon its development of nuclear weapons,
    ballistic missiles and other weapons of mass destruction” Doesn’t that Statement ring in an Echo. Libyan Leader Kaddafi was told the same thing. Kaddafi got rid of his Nukes during George W. Bush’s Regime and Obama put him out of his misery a short while later.
    Kim Flung Dung is no fool.

  • David

    anybody here really believe those 2 Sattelites put into orbit by North Korea are there for Kim’s Porn Channels? would not surprise me if he has 2 Super Emp weapons on board. Hopefully America is Jamming his communications to those sattelites.

    • archer

      Hopefully we will let S.Korea and Japan deal with him, we have to insert ourselves in every issue that don’t directly affect us, I was hoping Trump would live up to his promise of non intervention, but that looks unlikely now. He is already increasing our involvement in Syria despite saying he would be happy to let Russia end the conflict.

    • D.Moore

      Let’s hope you are wrong, curious though

    • Just an average joe

      Of course there could be a chance that once communications are lost with the them they automatically fire.

      • The communications with LEOs is too tenuous to use loss of signal as a trigger.

    • That are a lot of people who wouldn’t know an act of war if it bit them on the ass.

  • Mike

    ok then, fire about a million bullets into NK and call that punks bluff.

  • June Bug

    His army is malnourished, they will fall quickly. Kim does not have the power to reach us. I say we kill him.

    • roddy6667

      The famine was over years ago. Now farmers have surpluses. There is partial capitalism now. Farmers, manufacturers, and tradesman are allowed to sell up to 30% of their production for cash on the open market.
      The army is not malnourished. They are just not fat. Look at the people in that part of the world. Fat people are quite rare, even though there is enough food.

    • Somebody should stage a jingo convention here. There’s plenty of ignorant money to collect.

  • georgesilver

    No problem. Nukes don’t actually work. The ‘nuke threat’ is one big hoax to keep the peasants under control. (peasants = you and me)

  • Razedbywolvs

    They threaten to nuke us every year. It’s propaganda for there own people to consume. Keep them in a perpetual fear of the US so that they always need and want big brother to look after them.

  • It is not Paranoia

    …like little kids.

  • G’ma G

    I suspect the North Korean people are suffering and the leadership has no fix. Tyrants always devolve to violence when losing their grip.

  • c_chandler

    wheres the special assassin teams when you need them?

  • Frank

    Pres. Trump has deployed Navy SEALs to decapitate the North Korean leadership? Um, hopefully the North Koreans don’t read anything that Mac Slavo writes, otherwise they might know of this (secret) mission. Puh-leeez.
    This article is nothing more than propaganda and rhetoric – aimed at us, the readers of this site. FAIL.

    • Do you labor under the imagination that the North Koreans have access to more information than we do?

      • Frank

        Nope. The minion populations of both North Korea and the US are being fed BS propaganda, either by government officials or by the corrupt, fear-mongering, war-promoting media.
        The writer of this article is making assertions that are, more than likely, false. More “fake news” being perpetuated – by this website.

        • Aggregation can’t do as much damage as origination. This website has always relied on aggregation, originating very little.
          While most of us can do little to shield ourselves from the worst-case results of the saber rattlers of the world’s nuclear powers, I’d advise holding one’s financial resources very close to one’s vest rather than relying on the stability of financial institutions that frequently lead the breaking news with work of yet another database breach.

  • endofwatchersbegan1/28/2011

    One NUKE will take care of this little Korean pissphuk.

    • How many would it take to deal with their Chinese allies?

      • endofwatchersbegan1/28/2011

        Then China is the SOURCE of the problem, aren’t they. Very good point. Get to the SOURCE of the trouble

        • Actually we are the problem, because we are bullying the North Koreans by sitting off their east coast with a line of warships. What would we do if the Chinese did that to us? The answer is not much, since our entire naval fleet is somewhere else than in our territorial waters, where they belong. The source of the problem is that America is acting just like the British did, back when they were the world empire. Now we are the imperialists of the world.

  • tscull

    That I would like to see! Ha ha!