After Pyongyang warned of nuclear war two days ago, an editorial piece in the isolated country claims that Trump’s withdrawal from the climate agreement and UNESCO is “worse than Nazi leader Adolf Hitler’s” actions. The editorial also stated that North Korea must “eradicate the crazy ideology.”
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An article written in a newspaper associated with the isolated North Korean regime stated that US President Donald Trump’s actions are “worse than those of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.”
The article slammed Trump for his decision to withdraw from UNESCO and the Paris climate agreement, the actions which it utilized in order to compare Trump to Hitler. “We must eradicate the crazy ideology and powers that interfere with peace and threaten humanity,” the editorial added.
As reported two days ago by JOL, North Korean deputy ambassador to the UN Kim In-ryong warned the UN General Assembly that nuclear war “may break out any moment.” The envoy said that North Korea is the only country subjected to “an extreme and direct nuclear threat” from the US and that it has a right to defend itself.
Kim addressed the joint large-scale military drills the US is conducting with its allies in the area that he claims include “nuclear assets,” but said that a “secret operation aimed at the removal of our supreme leadership” would prove more dangerous. “The entire US mainland is within our firing range and if the US dares to invade our sacred territory even an inch, it will not escape our severe punishment in any part of the globe,” he warned.