North Korea is expected to receive full-support from Bejing in the event of an international conflict against the United States.
And now it has been claimed China is training its civilian fisherman to be ready for war.
Mr Wiles said: “China has militarised their civilian fishing fleet. They have trained the fishermen to engage in war for the sake of China if China goes to war.
“The fishermen will also be engaged in naval warfare.”
More than 40 Chinese boats crossed into South Korean waters on December 19, 2017 before being intercepted.
The TruNews founder said: “That was a drill. They are mobilising, they are mobilising for war.
“Each side is getting ready. They are preparing for the outbreak of hostilities.”
Kim Jong-Un’s hermit state continues to boast of its ability to launch a nuclear missile capable of reaching the mainland United States.
And many fear a Christmas missile launch is likely as tensions between Pyongyang and Washington remain at a standoff.
But expert fear Bejing will continue to side with Pyongyang in order to ensure the Kim regime remains in power – thus maintaining the current buffer zone between China and the thousands of US soldiers deployed to South Korea.
John Bolton, the former US ambassador to the United Nations warned China and Russia may join forces with North Korea unless the US used “pre-emptive” force.
He said: “Well they may be doing something together because of their obvious geographic proximity to North Korea.
“But the odds of them doing anything together if we do use pre-emptive military force against the North Korea nuclear programme are between slim and none.”
fter Kim Jong-un latest missile test, he declared Pyongyang had “finally realised the great historic cause of completing the state nuclear force”.
North Korea’s most recent missile test took place on November 29, and the regime said the Hwasong-15 missile flew 590 miles during its 53-minute flight before landing in the sea near Japan.
It comes after Mr Trump’s National Security Advisor revealed the President had ordered troops to prepare for military action against North Korea.
HR McMaster said: “I don’t want to get into the specifics of military plans and estimates but I will tell you that the President has asked us to continue to refine our military option should we have to use it.
General McMaster said the US needed to work hard to put an end to Pyongyang’s threat to world peace as the rogue state continues to taunt the international community with its defiance.