BREAKING: Video Footage of Putin’s Forces Mobilizing Towards North Korean Border

The Russian military mobilisation comes directly after Japan mobilised it’s Naval Fleet to meet the US – see. Japanese Destroyers Surprise US Naval Fleet Over North Korea Conflict 

The footage below was uploaded to social media by Russian civilians and shows a mass military mobilisation moving through Vladivostok in Russia, just 8 miles from the border of North Korea.

Transcribed by Express.co.uk:

Russia has reportedly moved military vehicles towards the city, which is within striking distance of North Korea.

The dramatic move, unconfirmed by the Russian government, was spotted by residents in the border city and posted on social media.

This comes as North Korea warned that they are prepared for all-out war with the US, while China pleads for the two powers to back down from escalation.

Since the emergence of the Vladivostok footage, fears have grown that North Korea could become the trigger for a conflict involving the US, China and Russia

Both China and Russia consider North Korea as a necessary buffer state, which they need to keep stable for their own national security.

According to the reports, a military convoy of eight surface-to-air missiles, part of Russian Air Defence, were on the move. 

The S400 anti-aircraft missiles were moved to Vladivostok, where Vladimir Putin already has a major navy base.

Below is the video footage uploaded by Russian civilians.

Meanwhile, almost unconcerned with the imminent threat he is bringing upon his regime and his people, North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-Un celebrated and waved to crowds as his military put on a display of their own.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un waves during a military parade.

Transcribed by 9 News:

Military specialists keep a close eye on Pyongyang’s military parades for clues about developments in the North’s capabilities.

Ostensibly the event is to mark the 105th anniversary of the birth of Mr Kim’s grandfather, the North’s founder Kim Il-Sung – a date known as the “Day of the Sun” in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the country’s official name.

But it is also intended to send an unmistakable message to Washington, Seoul, Tokyo and other capitals about the isolated, nuclear-armed North’s military might.

Meanwhile, North Korea’s number two official Choe Ryong-Hae declared they are ready to respond to any nuclear attack by the United States.

“We’re prepared to respond to an all-out war with an all-out war and we are ready to hit back with nuclear attacks of our own style against any nuclear attacks,” Mr Choe Ryong-Hae said in a speech.

Below are photographs taken during today’s North Korean military parade.

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Castro.. “Not THAT bad” according to the Left!

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“Castro wasn’t THAT bad” – world leaders today.

Yet here is a picture of Fidel Castro executing a political opponent.. He infact was, THAT bad!

What’s ironic is how the general consensus from the people who cried out that Donald Trump was “literally Hitler” and would “literally be a dictator” is that we should “mourn the loss of a revolutionary leader and wonderful man”..

Uh you mean the man who was LITERALLY a dictator?
Trump was called a dictator for stating he would assign a special prosecutor to “look into Hillary’s case” and potentially lock her up for her crimes..

Yeah.. See Fidel Castro just murdered his political opponents because HE WAS A DICTATOR!

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