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N Korea Vows Nuclear Strikes On SK, US

From a joyous Associated Press:

NKorea vows ‘nuclear strikes’ in latest threat


March 25, 2010

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea’s military warned South Korea and the United States on Friday of "unprecedented nuclear strikes" as it expressed anger over a report the two countries plan to prepare for possible instability in the totalitarian country, a scenario it dismissed as a "pipe dream." …

"Those who seek to bring down the system in the (North), whether they play a main role or a passive role, will fall victim to the unprecedented nuclear strikes of the invincible army," North Korea’s military said in comments carried by the official Korean Central News Agency…

Experts from South Korea, the U.S. and China will meet in China next month to share information on North Korea, assess possible contingencies in the country, and consider ways to cooperate in case of an emergency situation, South Korea’s Dong-a Ilbo newspaper reported earlier this month, citing unidentified sources in Seoul and Beijing. The experts will also hold follow-up meetings in Seoul in June and in Honolulu in July, it said.

The North Korean statement Friday specifically referred to the March 19 newspaper report.

A spokeswoman said the South Korean Defense Ministry had no information.

South Korean media have reported that Seoul has drawn up a military operations plan with the United States to cope with possible emergencies in the North. The North says the U.S. plots to topple its regime, a claim Washington has consistently denied…

China, Japan, Russia, South Korea and the U.S. have been trying to persuade North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons in six party talks. The North quit the negotiations last year…

And yet we were told by no less an authority than Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton that if we would only reduce our nuclear stockpile the North Koreans would give up their nuclear weapons.

Could the smartest woman in the world have been mistaken?

This article was posted by Steve on Friday, March 26th, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

6 Responses to “N Korea Vows Nuclear Strikes On SK, US”

  1. Right of the People says:

    If anybody but the current ruling cabal in DC were in charge, this story would make me laugh. Having said that, the mad midget in Pootertang is just whacko enough to send a missile or two our way. Living in Vermont I’m not too worried about my own safety from this whackadoodle, however the people on the left coast may just be in danger.

    If we had a real leader in the White House instead of the limp-wristed sissy presently residing there I’d feel confident that if the mad midget tried to start some stuff, his presidential palace would be glowing in the dark.

    With Barry boy, he’d probably apologize to the the NK munchkin instead.

    God I miss my country.

  2. MinnesotaRush says:

    And we’ve got a bunch of kindergardners in the oval office!


    How’s that missile shield sounding now o-blah-blah??? You putz!!!

  3. canary says:

    “When my cousin in Kenya complains that it’s impossible to find work unless he’s paid a bribe to some official in the ruling party, he hasn’t been brainwashed by Western ideas.
    Who doubts that, if given the choice, most of the people in North Korea would prefer living in South Korea, or that many in Cuba wouldn’t mind giving Miami a try?
    No person, in any culture, likes to be bullied. No person likes living in fear because his or her ideas are different. Nobody likes being poor or hungry, and nobody likes to live under an economic system in which the fruits of his or her labor go perpetually unrewarded. — Barack Obama Dreams of My Father 2006

    South Korea is not a country Obama cares about having in his quest for 3rd world power of middle-eastern countries.
    Obama was against all civil wars, (except 1) whether it be our aiding South Korea from the North, South Vietnam from the North.
    As a civil war in Iraq was brewing prior to his election, he wanted the entire U.S. exit Iraq immediately. But, at the same time, the hypocrite wanted the U.S. to aid Palenstine?

    And Obama hates America for not intervening during Indonesia’s civil war.
    The U.S. losing their lives getting the Dutch & Japs out of Indonesia wasn’t enough for Obama.

    Oh, and add terrible America aiding the South Vietnamese from the Northern baby-killing, head chopping Vietnamese was bad.

    And Obama said he was speechless, when Reagan invaded “tiny, hapless Grenada”.
    ? Doesn’t Grenada celebrate Reagan day once a year for their freedom.

    Obama claims America crushed the Phillippine’s independence movement. ?
    Our U.S. marines are dying over there helping the Philippines fight off muslims blowing up children over there, and churches are doing missionary work in the Philippines.

    And Obama wants you to know that he studied foreign affairs in school, and so he knows what he’s talking about. yeah right.

  4. AcornsRNutz says:

    Sadly, you are not just right about what you say, but you describe the mentality of a significant enough portion of the populaiton of this Country that feel the same way. We are so utterly brainwashed as a culture to regard any military action since WWII as wrong and imperialistic, and even in WWII we get called in to question for our actions (Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Dresden). The scary thing is this clown would just be another moonbat hollering in some hippy college quad if it weren’t for the fact that the idiots who would listen now hold all the cards…well, almost all :)

  5. Reality Bytes says:

    Ever notice the punier the military the bigger their hats

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