The world is in chaos, as the world is on edge over the nuclear threat posed by North Korea.
The world has been on high alert since the regime conducted a nuclear test in February.
And, as tensions escalate with North Korea, the United States is deploying Patriot missile batteries and other military capabilities to South Korea and Japan.
But the holiday season is already on the verge of a festive showdown between the world’s two nuclear powers.
In a Christmas Day news conference in Tokyo, President Donald Trump warned that North Korea would face “unprecedented consequences” if it threatens the U.S. with an attack on the U and its allies in the region.
“North Korea will face unthinkable consequences, as they have to pay a price for this,” Trump said.
“If they decide to attack the United Kingdom or the United Sates or any other nation in the world, they are going to pay.”
But, despite Trump’s tough words, the war of words is not over.
North Korea has responded with a series of tests of ballistic missiles, and the U, Japan and South Korea have deployed a massive naval blockade to restrict North Korean exports to the region and the world.
The latest test came on the first day of the New Year, when a hydrogen bomb was successfully tested in an underground test chamber.
This is North Korea’s most advanced nuclear weapon, and is one of the worlds most advanced weapons.
“They’re going to have to be very very careful what they do.
The United States, they’re going not be surprised by this, and we are going be very, very very, careful, ” said Mike Mullins, director of the International Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.”
We’re not going to allow them to be a threat to anybody,” he added.
The Pentagon has said it is prepared for an attack, but that it would be very difficult to get to a point where the U of A, U.K., Japan and others could begin deploying the Patriot missile defense batteries that would be deployed to South and East Asia.
But the Trump administration says it is ready to respond.
“The U.N. Security Council has unanimously approved an emergency resolution that provides the U to be prepared for a nuclear-armed North Korea and calls for the immediate deployment of the Patriot antimissile defense system,” White House spokesman Sean Spicer said in a statement.
“The U and allies are already working to develop the best way to counter the North Korean threat.”
“We will have a missile defense capability in place, we are ready to act, and if and when North Korea does decide to use a nuclear weapon against us, we will respond in a strong, decisive manner,” Spicer added.
Trump has vowed to “bomb the shit out of” North Korea if it launches an attack.
“You better be ready to pay dearly for what you decide to do,” Trump told Fox News.
“I will be so prepared, I will pay dearly.
You better be prepared.”
Trump, a former New York real estate developer and reality TV star, has repeatedly threatened to “totally destroy” North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
He has also repeatedly said he will be the first president to make an “open-ended, total” nuclear strike on North Korea that would target the regime’s nuclear facilities.
The war of nerves and threats is on display as we head into the New Years holiday season, but what are the events that are taking place around the world that could have an impact on the future of Christmas?
Here’s a look at what’s happening around the globe right now:Trump on Sunday tweeted: “North Korea, if they act unwisely, will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”
He said the U’s Patriot missile defenses will be activated if North Korea attacks South Korea, Japan or U.P.O.
A new wave of nuclear threats from North Korea have made the Christmas holiday the least peaceful time of year.
“It’s time for the world to wake up.
It’s time to stop listening to the propaganda of the United Nations,” Trump tweeted.
“It’s not the time for excuses.
It is the time to act!”
He added, “We must be prepared to respond with force.”
Trump has repeatedly vowed to unleash a “massive military response” if North Korean threats are confirmed, and has said he would not let Kim back in power.
The White House has said that it is preparing for a “tough response,” but that a response will not be imminent.
“In the face of North Korea taking the unprecedented step of testing a nuclear device and threatening to use it on a major U. S. city, we’ve seen the world get on board the message that we have to act.
We will,” Spicer said.
“And we will.”
Trump’s tweet came as U. K. Prime Minister Sushma Sw