'Trump will not wait to STRIKE' US to launch World War 3 WITHOUT North Korea missile test

A NORTH Korea specialist claims the Trump administration does not even have to feel “threatened by North Korea” to launch World War 3 against Kim Jong-Un’s regime.

Tensions on the Korean penisula have been growing to unprecedented levels in recent weeks amid hostile rhetoric and North Korean missile tests.

Kim Jong-Un has pledged to blitz the US territory of Guam, while the communist state’s military is quickly developing a nuclear weapon capable of striking the US mainland.

Despite these threats, North Korean specialist and US military expert Bruce Klingner claims Donald Trump could launch an all-out war without even being threatened.

Speaking to Fox News, Mr Klingner said: “US policy states that we would retaliate if we were attacked or pre-eminently if we had knowledge they were going to attack us.

“But, under Trump, there is a new option, a preventive attack.

“Even if we do not believe a strike is imminent or threat is real, we would attack them to prevent them from developing more missiles.”

In an interview broadcast yesterday, President Trump left it up in the air whether war with North Korea was on the cards. read more

Trump signs order that allows retired pilots to be RECALLED as World War 3 tensions soar

Donald Trump has amended a 9/11 order that allows the Air Force to recall up to 1,000 retired pilots as the world edges closer to World War 3.

The Pentagon has described the signing of the order as a move to combat the US’ “acute shortage of pilots”.

A spokesperson from the military institute stated the Air Force is currently “short approximately 1,500 pilots of its requirement”.

They added: “We anticipate that the Secretary of Defence will delegate the authority to the Secretary of the Air Force to recall up to 1,000 retired pilots for up to 3 years.

They also told Fox News: “The pilot supply shortage is a national level challenge that could have adverse effects on all aspects of both the government and commercial aviation sectors for years to come.”

US Air Force chief of staff General David Goldfein confirmed the plan amid concern North Korea’s nuclear warpath could ignite World War 3. read more

BOMBERS on 24-hour ALERT for first time since Cold War

THE US are preparing to place their nuclear bombers on 24-hour alert for the first time since the Cold War in response to threats of annihilation from Kim Jong-un, it has been revealed.

Kim Jong-un has continued to step up his warmongering rhetoric following his threat to wipe the US off the face of the earth in April.

General Goldfein added: “The world is a dangerous place and we’ve got folks that are talking openly about the use of nuclear weapons.

“It’s no longer a bipolar world where it’s just us and the Soviet Union.

“We’ve got other players out there who have nuclear capability. read more