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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A rhetorical battle between the rival Koreas intensified Monday with a South Korean official saying North Korea "must disappear soon."
South Korean Defense Ministry spokesman Kim Min-seok told reporters at a briefing in Seoul that North Korea isn't a real country and exists for the benefit of only one person, a reference to dictator Kim Jong Un. He said the North has no human rights or public freedoms.
originally posted by: Wrabbit2000
This is the rhetoric we've gotten used to hearing from the North.
South Korea says North Korea "must disappear soon"
it won't become part of South Korea. Most likely, it'll get gobbled up by China in a land grab that won't be contested by the USA or Russia IMHO.
originally posted by: Happy1
a reply to: spirit_horse
First of all - NK won't be "nuked" - it's too close to china and south korea - not to mention hong kong and japan.
What do we really know about NK?
We know that the US elites always give them money when they squawk.
We see only what the elite press want to portray NK as being.
Think beyond the box of elitist crap that we are fed.
originally posted by: Black_Fox
Where's it suppose to disappear to?
And it's people?
This sounds oddly similar to something a certain person from Iran said about a certain Israel country.
Guess if its not a middle easterner saying it, it must not be so bad.
Way for the MSM to stay all over this and condem this kind of talk...oh wait......
China wont tolerate them for long, I don't think, and when they get tired of the a$s h0le of the world nation of North Korea, I hope they flip that place upside down and drown them all in the sea.