Last Updated on October 5, 2022
North Korea’s missile test over Japan sparked alarm sirens on the Japanese mainland, according to reporting on Tuesday. Kim Jong-Un is alarming people all over the world with his increased belligerence and unchecked behavior. The North Korean missile has been identified as an intermediate range ballistic missile. Both Japan and South Korea are urging the world to consider the severity of North Korea’s missile test.
While President Donald Trump formed a tentative peace with Jong-Un, using the “peace through strength” strategy, Joe Biden has allowed North Korea’s Communist ally China to walk all over the United States. North Korea’s bad attitude should concern not only North Korea’s neighbors, but should also concern all enemies of the Communist Chinese.
Here is what those sirens sounded like, according to DiscloseTV and The Telegraph:
On Monday, North Korea launched a missile that travelled over northern Japan and landed in the Pacific Ocean. The launch was Pyongyang’s fifth launch 10 days and comes after the U.S. and South Korea held joint-military drills.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida condemned the launch as a “barbaric act” while South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol warned of a “resolute” response, Yonhap news agency reported. Both leaders convened meetings with their defense councils immediately following the launch.
Officials in South Korea have suggested North Korea might carry out a nuclear test after the end of the Congress in China and before the US holds its mid-term elections in November. Kim Jong Un’s North Korea last conducted a nuclear test in 2017.