Likely China is on the warpath as well. To be totally frank, since we always are with you guys, we're not %100 sure and we don't have cool sources in the Pentagon to tell us how right or wrong we are, but we're going to take some common knowledge and try to put the pieces together as best we can, with a semi-rational thought. A recent report from CNN states that North Korea is testing "creative" weapons for attacks on the United States.So North Korea is still continuing to build and upgrade weapons despite its pledge that they wanted to denuclearize. They are also STILL trying to build advanced missiles to target CONUS, they never stopped.Secondly, China has been growing oh so pissed off about our escapades in the South China Sea and our support of Taiwan. This lead to Rear Adm. Luo Yuan, who heads up their Chinese Academy of Military Sciences, stating that they should sink an aircraft carrier and we'd leave the South China Sea forever. Just casually kill over 5,000 Americans was no big deal to this guy.Thirdly, despite no link aside from that of coincidence, every single time we do something that outright angers Beijing, North Korea seems to act out as well, despite their assurances to do otherwise.So if North Korea is upgrading their missiles and other weapons to hit mainland U.S. and not denuclearizing, it's probably a good indicator that China has had just about enough of our shit...which to be fair, we've had just about enough of their shit as well.Now, all of this is very circumstantial and we'll admit as such, but like c'mon...it is a little bit odd that it always happens like this, isn't it?We don't really consider it an imminent threat as North Korea is always acting like a coked-out crazy person, but it's definitely something to keep an eye on, especially as China no doubt suspects the C.I.A. of being complicit in the protests and riots occurring in Hong Kong, whether they were or not.Good times we're livin' in gents. Invest in a good carbine, it's still not too late to get one.