Terrifying air raid SIRENS ring out in North Korea as Kim Jong-un prepares for WORLD WAR 3

Air sirens in North Korea

The totalitarian regime has added pace its war plans following a series of exchanges of threats between the Kim Jong-un and President Trump.

US journalist Will Ripley, who is currently in North Korea has said hearing the sirens was “a bit eerie.”

While the air sirens were just a test, they have raised alarm among some people on social media.

One person described the noises “terrifying,” while another called them a sign of “the calm before the storm”.

Just days ago the US leader warned the dictator that the “three largest aircraft carriers in the world are appropriately positioned” to face Pyongyang.

North Korea has taunted the US over Mr Trump’s comments and said he “begged for nuclear war” and had “laid bare his true nature as a destroyer of world peace”.

Mr Trump is currently visiting the Vietnam meaning he is just 2000 miles away from North Korea.

Recent missile launches from the rogue state have proven the rogue nation can travel further than 7000 miles.

The US already requires around the clock “flexible response” options to try to ensure everything is ready for a shoot-down of any threatening missiles Kim Jong-un may launch.

Earlier today North Korea’s state media agency KCNA, accused Donald Trump of being responsible for  the escalating tensions between the two countries.

They said he had raised tensions “to the extremes,” before adding that “no-one can predict when the lunatic old man of the White House, lost to sense, will start a nuclear war”.

KCNA said: “The world is undergoing unprecedented throes because of Trump, a notorious ‘political heretic’.

AIR sirens have been heard in the capital

The totalitarian regime has added pace its war plans following a series of exchanges of threats between the Kim Jong-un and President Trump.

US journalist Will Ripley, who is currently in North Korea has said hearing the sirens was “a bit eerie.”

While the air sirens were just a test, they have raised alarm among some people on social media.

he calm before the storm”.

Just days ago the US leader warned the dictator that the “three largest aircraft carriers in the world are appropriately positioned” to face Pyongyang.

North Korea has taunted the US over Mr Trump’s comments and said he “begged for nuclear war” and had “laid bare his true nature as a destroyer of world peace”.

Mr Trump is currently visiting the Vietnam meaning he is just 2000 miles away from North Korea.

Recent missile launches from the rogue state have proven the rogue nation can travel further than 7000 miles.

The US already requires around the clock “flexible response” options to try to ensure everything is ready for a shoot-down of any threatening missiles Kim Jong-un may launch.

“The US must oust the lunatic old man from power and withdraw the hostile policy towards the DPRK at once in order to get rid of the abyss of doom.

“The US had better make a decisive choice… if it does not want a horrible nuclear disaster and tragic doom.”

Mr Trump hit back at the remarks in a bizarre tweet in which he said: ““Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me “old,” when I would NEVER call him “short and fat?” Oh well, I try so hard to be his friend – and maybe someday that will happen!”

North Korea missileGETTY

North Korea has been testing its nuclear capability

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President Trump is currently in Vietnam, just 2000 miles from North Korea

Mr Trump was in China earlier this week and asked President Xi Jinping to intervene and help de-escalate North Korea’s military rhetoric.

He said: “China can fix this problem easily and quickly and I am calling on China and your great president to hopefully work on it very hard.

“If he works on it hard, it will happen, there’s no doubt about it.”

Source:-express.co