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megimoo
10-28-2008, 09:31 AM
NKorea threatens to turn SKorea into 'debris'

North Korea threatened Tuesday to turn South Korea into "debris" in an unusually strong statement that demanded Seoul halt what the communist state called its policy of confrontation.
It was issued amid worsening relations between the Koreas, with the North angry about anti-Pyongyang leaflets floated across the border by activists and defector groups based in the South.

Pyongyang has also complained about reports by South Korean media over the health of its leader Kim Jong-Il , who is said to have suffered a stroke.

"The puppet authorities (Seoul) had better bear in mind that the advanced pre-emptive strike of our own style will reduce everything... to debris, not just setting them on fire," the North's military said.

"It will turn out to be a just war... to build an independent reunified state on it," it added in a statement carried by the state news agency.

The military warned it would take "resolute practical action" if the South pursued its "confrontational racket" by spreading leaflets and conducting a smear campaign "with sheer fabrications."

It described its pre-emptive capability as "beyond imagination, relying on striking means more powerful than a nuclear weapon."

The statement was issued by a spokesman for North Korea's delegation to military talks with the South. The latest round was held Monday at their heavily-fortified border.


At those talks, the North again threatened to evict South Koreans from the Kaesong joint industrial complex unless Seoul stops the cross-border leaflets.

The North's military warned of a "total severance" of relations with the South if the conservative government in Seoul did not respect summit accords.

Its army -- reckoned to be 1.1 million strong -- was "a powerful military guarantee for the crucial decision to be made by our side," it added.

North Korea has already cut almost all official contacts with Seoul since President Lee Myung-Bak took office in February and adopted a tougher stance on cross-border ties.

After their first reconciliation summit in 2000, the two nations agreed to halt government-level propaganda, a feature of the Cold War era.

But Seoul-based private groups have continued their leaflet drops, despite pleas from the South Korean government and from businesses with factories in Kaesong.

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=081028054449.pbv7rsm2&show_article=1

Gingersnap
10-28-2008, 09:46 AM
I often think of the North Koreans. So many millions are being starved by their own government. Even if we could wave a magic wand and ship food in there right this minutes, millions of children would still be permanently damaged by malnutrition.

That hideous little dwarf is a monster. He really is "just like Hitler". :mad:

megimoo
10-28-2008, 09:50 AM
I often think of the North Koreans. So many millions are being starved by their own government. Even if we could wave a magic wand and ship food in there right this minutes, millions of children would still be permanently damaged by malnutrition.

That hideous little dwarf is a monster. He really is "just like Hitler". :mad:THe Chinese aren't much better poisoning their own children with contaminated milk products !

Gingersnap
10-28-2008, 09:53 AM
THe Chinese aren't much better poisoning their own children with contaminated milk products !

I don't the think the Chinese government intended to poison their own children but I'm completely sure that the North Korean government is just fine with starving children. It's like a goal.

noonwitch
10-28-2008, 12:08 PM
I don't the think the Chinese government intended to poison their own children but I'm completely sure that the North Korean government is just fine with starving children. It's like a goal.

The Chinese are pretty invested in proving to the world that they can have a billion people, a communist government and 1st world living standards. Large numbers of starving children would defeat that purpose.

The North Koreans are not going nuke South Korea over leaflets. They know they'd be annihilated if they did, and they are not trying to get 72 virgins in the afterlife or anything.

AlmostThere
10-28-2008, 02:45 PM
The Chinese are pretty invested in proving to the world that they can have a billion people, a communist government and 1st world living standards. Large numbers of starving children would defeat that purpose.

The North Koreans are not going nuke South Korea over leaflets. They know they'd be annihilated if they did, and they are not trying to get 72 virgins in the afterlife or anything.
Wouldn't you imagine that the North would be more interested in leaving the South intact but subjugating them in order to support the failed economic system in the North?

Eyelids
10-28-2008, 03:55 PM
THe Chinese aren't much better poisoning their own children with contaminated milk products !

You can't compare China to North Korea.... I'm sorry but NK is much, much, much worse.

BadCat
10-28-2008, 04:20 PM
You can't compare China to North Korea.... I'm sorry but NK is much, much, much worse.

Like this country will be under the rule of Kim Jong Obama.

Sonnabend
10-29-2008, 08:00 AM
You can't compare China to North Korea.... I'm sorry but NK is much, much, much worse.

Weren't you the one lauding socialism?

Goldwater
10-29-2008, 08:05 AM
Weren't you the one lauding socialism?

North Korea seems like more of a monarchy to me.

Eyelids
10-29-2008, 02:44 PM
NK's problems stem more from leadership than anything else.

biccat
10-29-2008, 02:47 PM
Gee, and didn't Kim Jong Il endorse a presidential candidate? Who on earth could he have supported?

Molon Labe
10-29-2008, 03:01 PM
Gee, and didn't Kim Jong Il endorse a presidential candidate? Who on earth could he have supported?

Yes... I just read something that no one questions lately. With all Obama's ties to subversives Obama's...he would fail the standard security clearance process for Federal employees. Yikes! :eek:

biccat
10-29-2008, 03:29 PM
Yes... I just read something that no one questions lately. With all Obama's ties to subversives Obama's...he would fail the standard security clearance process for Federal employees. Yikes! :eek:
While I don't think that a President Obama will be denied access to classified material, it does mean that the current security rules will have to be "reevaluated" for President Obama.

I don't want the FBI to vette every person who wants to run for president, but presumably those rules are in place for a reason.