Meanwhile, satellite images courtesy of North 38 reveals that North Korea's Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site appears "primed and ready." The website goes on to note that according to commercial satellite imagery of North Korea’s Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site from April 12 shows continued activity around the North Portal, new activity in the Main Administrative Area, and a few personnel around the site’s Command Center. At the North Portal, what appears to be a small vehicle or trailer is located immediately outside the entrance; the water flow out of the portal has diminished in the past 10 days; and what may be a small trailer is visible on the road south of the portal. The netting—suspended over probable equipment—south of the portal’s support building remains in place, and there has been no significant dumping of additional material on the portal’s spoil pile.
You heard it right folks the fatman Kim Jung Un has officially put his country into a death wish with both China and America today, by now preparing a underground nuclear test by Saturday. The major thing that everyone should ask, if this now officially crosses China's red line with North Korea...Since everyone should know by now that China warned North Korea yesterday if they conduct one more nuke test that China would bomb and likely infiltrate the Communist Tyrannical government of North Korea.
Now it's said the US NAVY Carl Vinson strike group should arrive in the North Korea waters by tomorrow, and my guess if China stays true to their word, we could possibly see China strike when darkness falls in North Korea by the end of the night...If China stays true to their red line with North Korea. With this announcement of a nuke test being conducted in North Korea by possibly Saturday don't be surprised if Xi Pinjing and President Trump are in constant contact at this very minute. North Korea just made the grave mistake by ignoring China's warning to not conduct another nuclear test, and now that North Korea is now preparing for one on Saturday...How will China act?