Recalling that the U.S. is massively introducing its strategic nuclear assets into south Korea and its vicinity, the article says:
What should not be overlooked is that the U.S. Air Force recently decided to forward-deploy on Guam B-1B supersonic strategic bombers capable of dropping nuclear bombs.
It goes on:
The prevailing situation indicates that a nuclear war may break out on the Korean peninsula owing to the U.S. ceaseless arms build-up in south Korea.
The U.S. moves to deploy THAAD in south Korea have plunged it into a whirlwind of conflict and discord among big powers. Consequently, there is such danger on the peninsula that it may become a theatre of big powers' fierce scramble again.
The above-said arms build-up in south Korea indicates that the U.S. dreaming of dominating the world through the pursuance of the pivot to Asia-Pacific policy is making no scruple of turning the peninsula, a strategic vantage point, into shambles of a nuclear war to achieve its objective.
The distress-torn history of the last century, which brought so unbearable disgrace to the Korean nation, can never be repeated no matter how much water may flow under the bridge.