North Korea has vowed to put US military bases in Japan “under radioactive clouds” if war breaks out. Kim Jong-un ‘s regime issued the chilling warning and reminded Japan of the horrors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War II. The threat comes as Japan debates whether to change its anti-war constitution as fears of a conflict between the US and North Korea increase. The warning of a nuclear strike against the US bases in Japan appeared in the North Korean state newspaper Rodong Sinmun. It said: “In case of a nuclear war on the peninsula,

Japan – that houses logistic bases, launching bases and sortie bases of the US forces – will be put under radioactive clouds before any country. “If Japan is truly concerned about its interests, it has to make due efforts for the peaceful settlement of the Korean peninsula issue. “As the first country in the world that suffered A-bomb disaster, Japan knows better than others how terrible the nuclear disaster is. “The Japanese authorities should behave with discretion, clearly understanding that it is Japan which will be affected most once a war breaks out on the peninsula.” READ MORE