Is the US trying to find or create an excuse to invade and occupy North Korea?

SHOCK photos show tanks MASSING on North Korean border as tensions rise
PUBLISHED: 00:00, Sat, Jan 6, 2018 | UPDATED: 04:26, Sat, Jan 6, 2018
The images capture South Korea’s military preparing for conflict amid concern Pyongyang is preparing a fresh missile launch. Troops and K-55 self-propelled howitzers, which can take out nuclear shells, have also been spotted near the North Korea border zone. Despite the large number of tanks on the move, Seoul has claimed the show of power is simply “routine”. But satellite images of its war-mongering neighbour’s launch site appear to show Pyongyang is gearing up for a new blast … for more, go to 

Is the US trying to find or create an excuse to invade and occupy North Korea?

KUALA LUMPUR (February 2018): Does anyone believe that the war-waging US is mad enough to launch a nuclear strike on North Korea?

If not, why is the US issuing warnings and threats almost every week to demonise North Korea?

Based on history and the war-waging ways of the US, it is quite clear that the US is escalating tensions with North Korea through pro-US international news agencies.

I Love Malaysia-China Silk Road opines that the US will continue to agitate North Korea to respond with grave mistakes - thus giving the US the excuse and reason to invade and occupy … No?

The sane and right move now for North Korea is to stop wasting time on military propaganda and concentrate on lifting the standard and quality of life of its people.

Just concentrate on developing North Korea’s socio-economic standard and don’t fear the US because the rest of the world are also watching.

Don’t make a mistake that gives the war-waging US the excuse to send in its troops.

This is the Reuters' news as posted by The Star Online:

"U.S. and North Korea trade warnings on nuclear strikes
Tuesday, 6 Feb 2018
8:02 PM MYT
by聽stephanie nebehay

GENEVA (Reuters) - The United States said on Tuesday that North Korea may be only months away from being able to strike the U.S. mainland with a nuclear-tipped ballistic missile, while Pyongyang said Washington was considering a pre-emptive strike against it.

The clash came at the United Nations-sponsored Conference on Disarmament days after the Trump administration said it will expand its nuclear capability.

U.S. disarmament ambassador Robert Wood, addressing the Geneva forum, also warned that arsenals in China and Russia were expanding, drawing rebukes from their respective delegations.

"Russia, China and North Korea are growing their stockpiles, increasing the prominence of nuclear weapons in their security strategies, and - in some cases - pursuing the development of new nuclear capabilities to threaten other peaceful nations," Wood said.

North Korea is under tightening U.N. Security Council resolutions for its banned nuclear and ballistic missile programmes, but relations with South Korea have softened in the lead-up to the Pyeongchang Olympic Games opening on Feb. 9.

North Korea accused the United States of seeking to aggravate the situation on the divided Korean peninsula by "deploying large nuclear assets" nearby and lay the ground for a possible pre-emptive strike against it.

"In view of the nature and scale of U.S. military reinforcements, they are designed to make a pre-emptive strike against the DPRK," North Korean diplomat Ju Yong Chol told the talks, referring to his country's official name the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

"U.S. officials including the defense secretary and the CIA director repeatedly talked about DPRK nuclear and missile threat to justify their argument for a military option and a new concept of a so-called 'bloody nose', a limited pre-emptive strike on the DPRK is under consideration within the U.S. administration," Ju said.

Wood took the floor to retort: "If you claim to want peace, end your nuclear and ballistic missile tests and stop your provocative behaviour and threats.”

(Reporting by Stephanie Nebehay; Editing by Matthew Mpoke Bigg)

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Amid an ever-tightening spiral of threat and counter-threat, the US is raising the stakes with the huge military deployment. As North Korean despot Kim Jong-un continues to accelerate its controversial missile testing programme, the troop movement marks a stark change in tact from Washington. The White House has appeared increasingly impatient with the policy of threatening Pyongyang with sanctions and economic penalties rather than clear military threats … for more, go to