North Korea warns U.S. forces of "destruction" ahead of war drills

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posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 06:43 AM
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North Korea warns U.S. forces of "destruction" ahead of war drills


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SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea on Sunday warned the top U.S. military commander stationed in South Korea that his forces would "meet a miserable destruction" if they go ahead with scheduled military drills with South Korean troops, North Korean state media said.
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posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 06:43 AM
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Those drills with the enemy near NK territorial waters
will be the first one since Kim jong Il son took the reign
the US is testing him to see if he will fall into the trap and opens the doors of hell in the region

I dont condemn NK testing a nuke underground because the US already tested thousand in the past
and launched nuke attack on 2 civilians cities in Japan
of course NK doesnt like his close neighbors to ally themself with the US
and having many bases in the south with weapons
its like having NK bases in Mexico or Cuba
US would cry out loud and destroy those bases immediatly

if the US would back off and remove all its SK bases
the north Koreans wouldnt be so aggresive toward the south
and wouldnt risk a world war with them involving China

US has no rights to make those drills with SK
it is one of the main reasons that NK builded nukes to deters the US emperial moves playing with the world like they own everything on the other side of the planet

Note that NK didnt threat SK but only the US forces in the region

A direct message from the North's Panmunjom mission to the U.S. commander is rare.

North and South Korea are technically still at war after their 1950-53 conflict ended in a truce, not a peace treaty.

The U.S.-South Korean Combined Forces Command is holding an annual computer-based simulation war drill, Key Resolve, from March 11 to 25, involving 10,000 South Korean and 3,500 U.S. troops.

The command also plans to hold Foal Eagle joint military exercises involving land, sea and air manoeuvres. About 200,000 Korean troops and 10,000 U.S. forces are expected to be mobilized for the two month-long exercise which starts on March 1.

"If your side ignites a war of aggression by staging the reckless joint military exercises...at this dangerous time, from that moment your fate will be hung by a thread with every hour," Pak was quoted as saying.

"You had better bear in mind that those igniting a war are destined to meet a miserable destruction."


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posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 07:20 AM
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This could be big. The US won't be seen to back down on the global stage in the face of North Korean threats.

And North Korea are crazy enough to launch an attack, conventional or nuclear, against US forces which are posing a perceived threat in a joint exercise.


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posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 07:57 AM
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I find this OP, and for that matter, North Korea, to be full of massive fail.

First of all, the nukes that the US dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki were war enders. They took Japan out of the second world war, and scared the living daylights out of the enemies of the allied powers, who at the time were not fighting for anything less than the freedom of the entire planet, from an organisation whose intent was the murder of vast swathes of its population, the enslavement of a portion of the remainder, and the installation of a global tyranny of such enormity that it boggles the mind to contemplate. While the suffering of those who died, those who were irradiated, those who were riddled with cancers, and the lasting effects of those events were horrifying, they prevented much greater atrocities from being committed.

And, where the issue of the condemned nuclear testing on the part of North Korea is concerned, the tests have been condemned because North Korea is an insane state, which persecutes its own people in ways that make the mewling of civil rights activists in the US, the UK and Europe, about the issues people face in those nations, look like children whining about parents taking away thier debit cards. North Korea threatens war with everyone else it communicates with bar China and Russia, and waves its flacid nuclear dong in the face of anyone who questions its treatment of its people and its stance toward its neighbors. It is a facist dictatorship, which makes it illegitimate, and worthy of world wide scorn, if not far stiffer treatment than it currently recieves.

The threats being made right now, against what is a planned drill, nothing more, by thier neighbors and one of thier allies, are unreasonable, and unwarranted. There is no reason what so ever, why, given the behavior of North Koreas leadership, the US, the South Koreans, or anyone else who wants to protect the freedom of the world from psychopaths the like of which run North Korea, ought to "back off" as so foolishly suggested. The only difference between this bunch of savage psychotics, and the Nazi party in Germany in the Second World War, is that by its own bloody stupidity North Korea is starving its population to the point where effective take over of another nation by them is impossible at this stage.

Supporting North Korea is like cheering Charles Manson, or creating a shrine to Ed Gein.



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:08 AM
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Hate to break this to y'all... But this is very typical NK bluster... Only the latest in a series going back to the truce that ended the first Korean War. That's over fifty years now... Same verbiage, different year... More of the same.

Sound and fury, signifying exactly nothing... North Korea hasn't the stones to take on the South Koreans, or the U.S. for that matter...



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:11 AM
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if the US would back off and remove all its SK bases


They attacked before when the US didn't have bases there.

Why are you so sure they won't do it again?



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:12 AM
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Your post was on point like icicles.

Star for you and incredibly well said.


While I agree with you, I also think that NK is playing with fire either way.

~Namaste



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:16 AM
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I can only hope they start something,.
this little childish bully needs to be slapped...... hard



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:24 AM
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Dwight D. Eisenhower wrote in his memoir The White House Years:
"In 1945 Secretary of War Stimson, visiting my headquarters in Germany, informed me that our government was preparing to drop an atomic bomb on Japan. I was one of those who felt that there were a number of cogent reasons to question the wisdom of such an act. During his recitation of the relevant facts, I had been conscious of a feeling of depression and so I voiced to him my grave misgivings, first on the basis of my belief that Japan was already defeated and that dropping the bomb was completely unnecessary, and secondly because I thought that our country should avoid shocking world opinion by the use of a weapon whose employment was, I thought, no longer mandatory as a measure to save American lives.

Mate, stop preaching and deluding yourself with LIES over and over again, that old idea of “saving troops lives” proved ten times over that it was LIE, Japan was on verge of surrender like DDE is says above it was completely unnecessary act.

www.washingtonsblog.com...

The US nuked those cities to humiliate Soviets also warn them (because they entered the war against Japan and perhaps Americans most fears was the Soviet would capture Japan first since they were closer) so this act of cowardice was needed to warn them.. not THE END of the war as they taught us all in history classes.



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:28 AM
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Very well said.

2nd



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:28 AM
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This is just the regular type of sabre rattling that NK is renowned for. They do it on a weekly basis and it should be taken with a grain of salt. It's the little yappy dog that barks every time you pass by it's house. If NK wanted an all out war, their starving, malnourished asses would be bombed into the next century... which is probably a good thing because they are still too busy living in the previous one.

IRM



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:28 AM
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Yes they would have surrendered but not not unconditionally. They wanted to keep their Emporer.

That's one of the reasons we dropped the bomb.

And its funny that Eisenhower said that because once he gained the Presidency his foreign policy was predicated on the fact of total annihilation of any country that we went to war with. Nuclear war anyways. He used nukes and the threat of them as a giant club to beat countries into submission with and it worked for all intents and puposes.



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:28 AM
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Because that was 50 years ago...and still they spout nonsense. Wont happen. Then again? We could level them and make a large parking place for our planes....

Little dogs growl and bark loudly out of fear...same thing.



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:29 AM
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NK has every right to test whatever they wanted, who are we to decide? If the US lift off years of illegal sanctions and embargos the situation here would have been 180 degrees different.

Same goes for Iran as well…
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posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:30 AM
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Originally posted by mysterioustranger
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Because that was 50 years ago...and still they spout nonsense. Wont happen. Then again? We could level them and make a large parking place for our planes....

Little dogs growl and bark loudly out of fear...same thing.


China won't let us occupy North Korea which is why they supported them last time. They do not want US forces backed up to the Yang river for obvious reasons. They keep North Korea there as a buffer against that side of their country.



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:31 AM
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Originally posted by Hopechest
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Yes they would have surrendered but not not unconditionally. They wanted to keep their Emporer.

That's one of the reasons we dropped the bomb.

And its funny that Eisenhower said that because once he gained the Presidency his foreign policy was predicated on the fact of total annihilation of any country that we went to war with. Nuclear war anyways. He used nukes and the threat of them as a giant club to beat countries into submission with and it worked for all intents and puposes.



It’s your personal speculation.. not the fact (please do read more of the facts).

Thank you



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:36 AM
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USA is just doing what they always been doing, looking for the next target that can fuel the war factories
And NK is just doing what they always been doing.. going crazy

its like two kids fighting..
But I would say US is just trying to much to start a conflict, I just hope NK int going to eat the bait



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:36 AM
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Originally posted by amkia

Originally posted by Hopechest
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Yes they would have surrendered but not not unconditionally. They wanted to keep their Emporer.

That's one of the reasons we dropped the bomb.

And its funny that Eisenhower said that because once he gained the Presidency his foreign policy was predicated on the fact of total annihilation of any country that we went to war with. Nuclear war anyways. He used nukes and the threat of them as a giant club to beat countries into submission with and it worked for all intents and puposes.



It’s your personal speculation.. not the fact (please do read more of the facts).

Thank you


You mean like this?

The Potsdam Declaration


On July 26, 1945, the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union, announced the Potsdam Declaration. It demanded an immediate and unconditional Japanese surrender. That meant that Japan would have to surrender without placing any conditions. The alternative to the unconditional surrender was complete destruction.

The United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union all thought that it was a suitable condition for what the Japanese had done. One major question that had to be answered before the Japanese would agree to surrender was whether the Japanese emperor would be allowed to keep his throne. To the Japanese people, Emperor Hirohito was more than just the Emperor, he was a god. When he became Emperor, he said that his motto was enlightened peace, but World War II was anything but enlightened peace. The Allies answered that the Japanese surrender would have no conditions, period. They would not agree to let the Japanese emperor keep his throne, so the Japanese refused to surrender.

According to the Potsdam Declaration, Japan asked for complete destruction, and that was what it was going to get.


library.thinkquest.org...



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:43 AM
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Originally posted by amkia
NK has every right to test whatever they wanted, who are we to decide? If the US lift off years of illegal sanctions and embargos the situation here would have been 180 degrees different.

Same goes for Iran as well…
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no they dont,.
both these countries are bent on control and destruction. Iran is always threatening to wipe countries off the map north Korea starves their people,. neither one of these countries leaders are of stable mind... there are reasons why children shouldnt run with scissors



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:54 AM
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Originally posted by TrueBrit
The threats being made right now, against what is a planned drill, nothing more, by thier neighbors and one of thier allies, are unreasonable, and unwarranted.


From your perspective they are. But not from his. You're not the one who has been starved to death and isolated through sanctions for years.


There is no reason what so ever, why, given the behavior of North Koreas leadership, the US, the South Koreans, or anyone else who wants to protect the freedom of the world from psychopaths the like of which run North Korea, ought to "back off" as so foolishly suggested.


I'd say the psychopaths and aggressors have clearly been shown to be the US government, starting wars for oil, profit, greed, and control. NK has been tame by comparison. Yeah, you go ahead and try to make a comparison, because I will bury you all the way to China and back. There is none. The Korean war was a dispute between them. Why are WE in it? Huh? Just like Nam, Iraq, Afghanistan and everywhere else. Cause we don't like their regimes? Too bad. No God assigned us as the world's police. Or Israel either, for that matter.



The only difference between this bunch of savage psychotics, and the Nazi party in Germany in the Second World War, is that by its own bloody stupidity North Korea is starving its population to the point where effective take over of another nation by them is impossible at this stage.

Supporting North Korea is like cheering Charles Manson, or creating a shrine to Ed Gein.


You're delusional, imo. There is a far greater comparison to be had with Hitler and rogue elements of the US government and MIC interests all up the rest of the world's butts, conquering foreign nations left and right. Conquer by proxy and sabotage is no less evil than outright invasions. And we've done invasions, too.

Your view is that of the typical warmonger. You're always going to find a reason to justify the slaughter. Well maybe NK is tired of the US dictating policy on their peninsula, and even more sick of SK in bed with us. It thwarts any and all attempts at reunification, which a lot of the people there want. If NK acts in their own defense, with preemption, since Bush made that so popular, the US has no one to blame but itself for being where it should never have been in the first place.

And once again, a lot of Americans are going to lose their lives. For what. Freedom? That's total BS. For corporate, military, political, and money grubbing interests is why. It's not about freedom. Never has been. That's simply been the cover story all along. Maybe it WILL take losing 10,000 American lives in one kill shot from a nuclear weapon for the US to finally get the message to stay the hell out of other country's affairs.

They talk about Iran getting nukes, but NK already has them. They may not be bluffing this time. New leader, with something to prove to his people that he will not be bullied, and just go hide under the carpet any longer. The US government has already proved itself the bully a zillion times over. And you can only bully so long before someone breaks your nose. But the US won't listen still, no matter what. They probably won't even give it a second thought, and will just go ahead with the drills. That could prove to be quite the fatal mistake in this case- not for the fatso's sitting in Washington, but for our troops who will pay with their lives.

Globalist warmongers. Live by the gun and make your people pay by the gun, just so long as it doesn't affect you. Scum. Pure scum.
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