posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 01:46 PM
Originally posted by Riouz
"Our retaliatory action will start without any notice from now,"
I would like to think that if I owned a country ,and attacked another country , I would just assume they would use retaliatory action anyway
Well, we aren't in the old days of conventional war anymore. There were actually a few events where North Korea acted and didn't suffer any
consequences for those actions, even when casualties were involved.
You just need to remember the sinking of the SK ship, and the artillery strike of the SK island to realize that NK can act and not get a proper
It was actually a major point of interest in the SK elections. People were demanding that SK has a tougher and faster response to any provocation done
by the North. That alone shows that retaliation isn't always assured.