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US and North Korea ‘closer to brink’ of accidental conflict

A US Navy strike group headed by the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson steamed towards the western Pacific on Sunday for what is expected to be another American show of force off the Korean ­peninsula.

The US Pacific Command ordered the group – which includes several missile destroyers and cruisers – to sail north from Singapore on Saturday, according to the US Navy.

The orders come as observers warn of a growing risk of accidental conflict on the peninsula. While the US and North Korea would avoid unilateral action, rising tensions in the region mean either one might, in haste, misread moves by the other.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I wouldn't be quite so certain, from the American perspective, that there will be no "overt move" against North Korea.

I would suggest that such a move might come in the form of a "false flag"operation, to be blamed on North Korea, as the "excuse" for a decap strike/invasion.

Otherwise, there is absolutely no logical justification for the strike group to even be where it is.

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US and North Korea ‘closer to brink’ of accidental conflict

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(*should help distract the war weary liberals from thinking about Trump's Syrian policy )

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