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North Korea Threatens to Shoot Down Intruding Japanese Planes

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posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 11:50 AM
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Who's poking in who's airspace then?


If anybody is guilty of constantly invading other countries airspace it's North Korea, not Japan. Google it once and check it out, and lets not forget that missile that NK just shot over into Japan's airspace. Then they have the audacity to threaten war if japan shoots down any missile shot OVER Japan's own airspace.




posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 04:08 PM
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Remember Korean Air flight 007? It diden't help the Russian, then USSR's public image. The Russians then tried to do something they had no real experience with holding a pulic press conference. They claimed they thought the aircraft EC-707, which in effect was a spy plane used to moniter radar and radio frquencies. But its not hard to evaluate a 707 from a 747.

Most ominously, KAL 007 flew directly over Sakiline island, (forgive spelling), hundreds into USSR air space. The Soviets have the equipment to tell both aircraft about. If however KAL diden't have massive navigation failure (very unliikely) and the pilot decieded to save fuel, the guy must have been on drugs to pull a stunt like this



posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 05:57 PM
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Well it seems the little dragons can do things on their own without the Nuclear umbrella of the US.
Good for them


Tokyo and Seoul in sanctions call

Japan and South Korea have called for the latest United Nations sanctions against North Korea over its nuclear activities to be applied strictly.

New sanctions agreed by the UN Security Council this month include inspections of North Korean ships, a wider ban on arms sales and financial measures.

North Korea has said any search of its ships will constitute an act of war.


[edit on 28-6-2009 by SLAYER69]



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