The Chinese government has deployed hundreds of thousands of troops and multiple mobile strike groups to its highly-guarded border with North Korea; a move signaling the communist regime fears a potential crisis between Kim Jong Un and the United States in the coming months.
According to South Korea’s Chosun Ilbo news, “China is preparing for a potential war on the Korean Peninsula by reinforcing missile defenses near the border with North Korea,” adding, “Military units in Yanbian were relocated from Heilongjiang Province, thus adding 300,000 troops along the border.”
News of the deployment comes just days before thousands of international visitors and tourists descend on the Korean peninsula for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
In recent weeks, Kim Jong Un’s brutal regime has attempted to “thaw” relations with Seoul, wishing the South Korean government a “successful” competition and hoping to “ease military tensions” before the games begin.
In a rare case of Korean unity, both North and South Korea plan to march into the Opening Ceremonies under a “united Korean flag” and will combine their female hockey teams.
Despite their calls for “Korean unity,” Kim’s regime pulled out of a joint Olympic ceremony at the last-minute, accusing South Korea of “smearing” the Hermit Kingdom.