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Thursday, April 4, 2013

4/4/2013 - Build upto WW3 - SOUTH KOREA Ready to RESPOND to North Korea THREAT'S


Build upto WW3 - SOUTH KOREA Ready to RESPOND to North Korea THREAT'S

Published on Apr 4, 2013
Build upto WW3 - SOUTH KOREA Ready to RESPOND to North Korea THREAT'S

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North Korea missile threat: latest
North Korea moves missiles to east coast, the US bolsters missile defences on Guam and David Cameron warns threat from Kim Jong-un's regime would make it "foolish" to abandon Trident nuclear submarines.


Seoul remains calm despite North Korea's sabre-rattling

Residents of South Korean capital go about their business as usual, dismissing Pyongyang's stream of threats as deja vu

'Kim Jong-un is crazy,' said one 22-year-old student. 'He runs a poor, hungry country ... his threats are just talk designed to get food and money' Photograph: Rex Features

Judging by the mood among people in the South Korean capital on Sunday, the message has yet to get through that their country is in a state of war with its belligerent neighbour.

Groups of tourists and young couples filled the streets of Seoul near the cavernous glass edifice of city hall, relishing the warmth of the early spring sunshine after another bitterly cold Korean winter. Shoppers swarmed into the Lotte department store, snapping up early-evening discounts in the basement food hall, while TV channels served up an eclectic mix of baseball, period drama and news of a spiralling crisis over government appointees surrounding the new president, Park Geun-hye.

Little, if anything, was said about North Korea, which has directed a flurry of furious threats at the South and the US in recent weeks, culminating in the release of a mildly comedic photograph of the regime's 30-year-old leader, Kim Jong-un, seated with his generals in front of a map pinpointing envisioned US targets for a nuclear strike.

"Kim Jong-un is crazy," said Josiah Jung, a 22-year-old student. "He runs a poor, hungry country ... his threats are just talk designed to get food and money. But if North Korea bombs any part of South Korea, like it did in 2010, this time we should respond with an all-out attack." "north korea" military official authorized war ww3 "world war 3" threat attack beginning washington korea "south korea" defense talks u.s. "united states" america american april "founding father" launch strike future tension warning washington army danger crisis dictator guam asia nuclear nuke nwo "new world order" troops agenda freedom peace "new world order" 2013 2014 china russia japan alex jones media new breaking crazy trends trending trendy gerald celente alex jones infowars farrakhan lindsey williams david icke 829speedy

While experts believe the North is a long way off building a functioning nuclear weapon, let alone one that can reach the US mainland, Pyongyang gave notice on Sunday that it would push ahead with the development of weapons of mass destruction. In a statement released by the official KCNA news agency, the central committee of the ruling Korean Workers' party slammed charges that the North was using its nuclear programme to win aid and diplomatic concessions.

Nuclear weapons "are neither a political bargaining chip nor a thing for economic dealings to be presented to the place of dialogue or be put on the table of negotiations aimed at forcing [Pyongyang] to disarm itself," the party' top decision-making body said.

North Korea's "nuclear armed forces" it added, "represent the nation's life, which can never be abandoned as long as the imperialists and nuclear threats exist on earth".

The announcement comes amid frequent threats to attack South Korea and its allies, the US and Japan.

North Korea has vowed to strengthen its nuclear weapons, saying they were the "life of the nation" and declaring they would not be traded even for "billions of dollars".

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