Iranian leadership secretly handed over billions of pounds to Kim Jong-Un in exchange for Nuclear Weapons technology transfer. According to Trump backer Jessie Jane Duff, who is a retired Marine gunnery sergeant, Kim's leadership is selling its merchandise of nuclear armaments and technology to Iran. Iran invested billions of pounds for the acquisition of the North Korean nuclear weapons technology. Iran violated its Nuclear Agreement with the West in the process.

Iran successfully tested its own nuclear Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM) reaching a distance of 2,000 kilometers or 1,200 miles.

Duff said that Iran followed the details of the Nuclear Treaty but circumvented the agreement by letting North Korea do the nuclear development for them, reports The Sunday Express.

New Sanctions imposed on North Korea

US President Donald Trump is implementing new sanctions against the rogue Korean nation for doing more tests on their ICBMs and a hydrogen bomb blast underground. The US strongly stated they intend to impose the new sanctions on North Korea. Chinese banks announced they would stop banking transactions with Kim's government.

The new sanctions did not deter North Korea's nuclear program. Iran is in an alliance with the rogue state and maintains an embassy in the North Korean capital of Pyongyang. Iran no longer needs to develop its own nuclear weapons as their North Korean ally is doing it for them.

The Iranian and Kim Jong-Un alliance

With a £2 billion ($2.7 billion), per year payment to North Korea by the Iranian government, both countries sustain each other's economy.

Everything that NK has, Iran can purchase, and anything that Iran has, could be provided to Kim's government.

Former Navy Seal and a trump campaign board member Carl Higbie said that an axis exists between the Iranian government and the rogue state. The tandem is getting dangerous and needs a resolution to stop it.

Countries that possess nuclear weapons

The world wants to get rid of nuclear weapons. Two-thirds of the world's countries are pushing for this ban. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres puts it that way, but it seems the countries that possess these nuclear weapons refuse to lay down their armaments.

The countries that are maintaining these weapons of mass destruction are the United States, Russia, China, Israel, Iran, India, Pakistan, France, and North Korea. The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) states that the total nuclear weapons that these countries have totals about 15,000.

The United States and Russia keep 93 percent of the nuclear warheads on record.

There were steps taken towards the reduction of nuclear weapons worldwide. Initiatives like the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START I and II) and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty are responsible for some decline of the weapons of doom worldwide, DW reports.

In the nuclear arms arena, Iran and North Korea sustain one another against the new sanctions imposed upon them by the UN. The alliance of countries against these two rogue nations will not stand idly by and allow the proliferation of more nuclear weapons that threaten the world. The world is better off without the nuclear armaments.