I agree, will North Korea ever use nuclear weapons against other countries?
And what will be the result if USA attacking North Korea? Will it change anything, besides fuel the hate towards the west?
""PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) -- The Latest on tensions on the Korean Peninsula:
A senior Russian lawmaker says the U.S. is a greater threat to global peace than North Korea.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi says there would be no winners in an armed conflict between the U.S. and North Korea over Pyongyang's nuclear weapons and missile programs.
Wang told reporters Friday that all sides must stop provoking and threatening each other in their words and actions and take a flexible approach to resuming dialogue.
Wang says: Once a war really happens, the result will be nothing but multiple-loss. No one can become a winner.""
North Korea's vice foreign minister says President Donald Trump's policy toward the country is more "vicious and aggressive" than President Barack Obama's.
Vice Minister Han Song Ryol told The Associated Press that Trump's tweets were making trouble in the region.
Trump tweeted Tuesday that the North was "looking for trouble" and if China didn't do its part to rein in Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions, the U.S. could handle it alone.
Han said: "We are comparing Trump's policy toward the DPRK with the former administrations and we have concluded that it's becoming more vicious and more aggressive." The country's official name is the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
But Han said it was prepared for provocative acts. "Whatever comes from U.S. politicians, if their words are designed to overthrow the DPRK system and government, we will categorically reject them.""
If USA is attacking North Korea i think Trump have to kill Kim Jong-Un and his regime for been able to make changes in North Korea and stay in North Korea to help build up a new government.
"Russia’s Recent Expansion of Economic Assistance to North Korea
On February 3, 2017, North Koream leader Kim Jong-un sent out Lunar New Year greeting cards to numerous world leaders, highlighting the DPRK’s array of international allies. Even though China has been frequently described as North Korea’s leading international ally, Pyongyang’s state-controlled news agency, KCNA, listed Russia at the top of the list of countries friendly toward the DPRK, relegating China to second place."
Me neither, but what's happening now is a bit frightening and it's interesting to see what other forum members are thinking about this .