Israel has joined Zionist-controlled world nuclear powers in condemning North Korea (DPRK) for country’s Hydrogen bomb test on January 6. On Tuesday, Zionist entity’s foreign ministry statement said: “A clear message must be sent to N. Korea and to other countries that such activities are unacceptable and cannot be tolerated.”
The Zionist entity is known to posses between 240-400 nuclear bombs. It has refused to open its five nuclear reactor sites to IAEA inspectors or sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) along with two other nuclear powers, India and Pakistan. N. Korea did sign NPT but then withdrew it as result of American bulling.
North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un has the power to stop country’s nuclear race if the price is right – that’s lifting Washington’s sanctions against N. Korea. Barack Obama knows that but his Jewish masters in Israel didn’t allow him to seize the opportunity because N. Korea refused to distance itself from Iran and Pakistan, or stop supporting Palestinian cause.
North Korea has no real ambition to become a full-fledged nuclear power. It’s using its nuclear program to pressure the US and squeeze it for maximum concessions. Kim Jong Un knows further UN sanctions would have little economic impact on his already isolated nation.
“Kim is following his roadmap under meticulous calculations. After the sanctions and temporary condemnations, he is looking at maximizing profits North Korea may get by holding nuclear disarmament talks with the US,” says professor Yang Moo-jin at University of North Korean Studies in Seoul.
Let’s not forget, it were American Jewish spies who stole US nuclear research secrets and helped Russia and Israel to become nuclear powers. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, an American Jewish couple was executed in 1954 for passing atomic secrets to soviet agents. American Jewish scientist, Zalman Shapiro, while chief at NUMEC laboratories, helped Israeli agents to steal 741 pounds of highly enriched uranium suitable for weapons production. Israel has also been caught in selling stolen US nukes to South Africa in the late 1950s.
This was N. Korea’s fourth nuclear test. America has carried 1,167 known nuclear tests, 986 by Russia, 65 by Britain, two by India and Pakistan each. Now since Washington believes that Israel doesn’t have nukes, naturally it wouldn’t have carried out a nuclear test. However, Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz reported on June 8, 2015, that Israel did test its nuclear device in the Negev Desert.