Skip to comments.North Korea Has Issued Its Ultimate Definite Last Totally 'Final Warning'
Posted on 03/31/2013 12:19:45 PM PDT by Libloather
North Korea greeted the weekend by stating through its KCNA news agency that it is entering a "state of war" with South Korea. This seems like much more serious news than an earlier KCNA story about using nutritious leeks in seasonal dishes, but there's reason to be skeptical that NoKo's latest declaration means anything at all.
The statement wasn't accompanied by an actual attack, which would have been the most obvious sign that North Korea was serious about this. Instead, it's just more chest-beating, this time in response to the "provocation" of the U.S. flying stealth bombers over South Korea. Most seem fairly sure that this is just more posturing from the country that loves its propaganda:
"Few believe North Korea will risk starting a full-out war," said Reuters.
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NK is risking starting a war should the US or Sk take their threats seriously
What I can’t figure out is how their Generals all have such big racks of ribbons on their chests. I mean, they haven’t had a hot war in 60 years— do they hand these things out just for brown-nosing or disappearing Fearless Leader’s enemies? And what’s with the over-sized service caps? Short-man’s disease?
does Kim3 have any real power or are the Generals running the show?
“Is this the total final warning of the totally totally final warning before the totally final final warning?”
Is that like “Super Secret Double Probation?” Kim Jong Un= Dean Wormer!
What a bunch of losers.
In your pic in #48 devious and treasonous Bill Clinton sits smugly with the North Koreans!
AP: North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un arrested
AP is reporting the North Korean leader has been arrested in the providence of Pingpong just outside of the Poonjab doggy treat manufacturing complex.
yes. . .that is it. . .and then comes double-secret probation!
Other than the fact he has not yet placed a nuke on one of his missiles or aircraft, and they are hardly the size to be placed on a “drone.”
Seriously though, it is a big technological step to put a nuke on a missile or an aircraft as opposed to detonating one in a bunker somewhere.
I would be more worried about a nuke in a container ship in Long Beach.
Where can I get me one of them big hats the NORK officers wear?
The guy on the right with his hands out spotted a small scrap of food on the beach.
That’s some studly head gear he’s got, too....
It was said Kim Un gets students out of school to dress as solders for these shots.....also for the parades.
Understanding is his military has been affected with the lack of food there now......so he’s resorted to using the people who are well fed for photo ops.
The North Korean leadership has made it quite clear over this weekend .(Boston News)...that Their Nuclear ambitions are NOT negotiable now or ever.....that Nuclear is their nations “Life”.....yet there people are dying of starvation throughout the countryside because of this Leaderships insistance they retain their power...thru Nuclear.
All this is to get back to negotiations so they can continue to bask in the luxeries the leadership is accustomed to, and which the UN recent sanctions put a hault on.
With this enough to trickle down to city people so they will continue to think Kim Un is God.
Interesting is ...I tried to find something on line where Kim is actually engaged in “doing” something.....the best there is is riding his horse and taking a ride on the new amusement park they built for him. Otherwise he simply ‘points’.
Twelve armed North Korean soldiers apparently defected across the border to China... earlier this month but were captured by Chinese troops and sent back to the North.
Late last month, two North Korean soldiers ‘shot and killed their senior officer’ and fled to Jilin Province,..... prompting experts to suspect.. ‘something unusual is going on in army units stationed along the border with China.’
The 12 North Korean soldiers stationed with a border unit defected across the Chinese border in two groups but were sent back after being captured by Chinese troops, a diplomatic source in Beijing said Thursday.
Another source in the Chinese town of Yanji near the border with North Korea, said the other two North Korean soldiers shot and killed their senior officer and crossed over the border into Changbai, Jilin Province, causing Chinese troops nearby to scramble into emergency mode.
The spate of defections may be related to food shortages. International aid to the North has dropped sharply since it launched a rocket in April last year, affecting the food situation for soldiers as well as ordinary people. With food rationing concentrated in Pyongyang and military units along the border with South Korea, troops on the border with China are apparently subsisting on corn and potatoes they grow on their own.
“As spring progresses and crop inventories are depleted further, we may see an increase in the number of defecting soldiers,” said an informed source.
Meanwhile, China is still apparently sending back North Korean civilian defectors as well. Eight North Korean defectors who were caught by Chinese security officers in Yanji earlier this month were transferred to a camp for defectors in Tumen and all sent back across the border, according to a source.
Five of them were children, some of whom had reportedly scraped a living by begging for food.
One of two South Korean citizens who were caught along with North Korean defectors was deported to the South on Wednesday. They were former defectors from the North and had entered China to help their families escape North Korea.
Holy crap, you mean this is ROLE REVERSAL?
Kim Jong Il: Or else what?
Hans Blix: Or else we will be very angry with you... and we will write you a letter, telling you how angry we are.
You crossed the line of death!?
Well, you'd better not cross THIS line, or you die die.
They hide their contraband marshmallows in them.
Sure there is. Size and weight. At this stage they're huge. More concerned about a weapon hidden in a merchant vessel and detonated coming into port..
Hi Windflier, Interesting to follow this twitter...
Tango down:..... Anonymous disables several North Korean government websites in Operation North Korea (#OpNorthKorea).
An Anonymous hacktivist cell identified as Anonymous_Korea launched successful DDOS (distributed denial of service) attacks on multiple North Korean state websites on Saturday, March 30, only hours after the North Koreans issued an inflammatory statement declaring that they had entered into a “state of war” with South Korea.
Sites taken down include the Korean and English language versions of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, the North Korean Committee for Cultural Relations and the state-owned airline Air Koryo.
Great Pointers of History
Kim1, Kim2 and Kim3
Best time to launch an attack was Easter Sunday—but none came—so this bit of bluster will end with nothing! maybe the North will shell an island or send a few commandos across the border. With Easter gone. the time for a war has passed.
LOLOLo.....I’ve wondered why nobody has made a video or parody of Kim-Un doing his pointing.....or the people around him looking on...they never do anything either, except dance and sing....and they do that like the military march!
Hello Joe...just when I think I’ve heard it all....check this out....
North Koreans are being forced to make fertilizer for the regime. A source in Beijing on Sunday said, “Fertilizer is essential for the spring sowing season, but North Korea has almost no chemical fertilizer, so the government ordered every person to produce hundreds of kilograms.”
In North Korea, fertilizer is usually made by mixing human feces with straw, but the excrement is harder to come by than one might expect. The source said, “There are cases of theft of squat toilets because of this, and people are putting locks on their lavatories to prevent this.”
Until 2007, South Korea gave North Korea some 300,000 tons of chemical fertilizer a year. Until last year, farmers survived on the remainder and with help from China, but the reserves have run out and assistance from Beijing dwindled as the regime ignored Chinese pleas to desist from its nuclear and missile tests.
A North Korea expert in China said, “North Koreans are not only forced to produce more fertilizer but also to collect more scrap metal. The dire domestic situation could explain why the regime has been spouting so much belligerent rhetoric recently.”
Re: “They are hardly the size to be placed on a drone.”
25 years ago, a weapon weighing 100 pounds, that’s total weight, could deliver a 1 kiloton blast.
I agree that building these things can be very difficult.
But the basic plans are widely understood.
It would appear that the South got all of the hot chicks.
Send in a Seal team, nab the boy king, waterboard him for a few minutes, and he’ll issue the surrender orders to his military.
North Korean workers nap on piles of fertilizer shipped from China on the banks of Yalu River near the North Korean town of Sinuiju
In the 1980’s we had tactical nukes in the 1 kiloton range that weighed 100 to 200 pounds.
A 10 kiloton nuke on an ICBM weighed around 1000 pounds.
I notice all the dudes standing around Fat Boy have little note pads and pens. Whats up with that? Copying down some pearl of wisdom by the what-ever-he’s called?
True enough, but the Korean nukes are more like Fat Man size.
Yes, I’ve lived at Hanford all my life — Norks have a long ways to go.
Like Jack Benny did when he was retiring: “Welcome to my third final farewell special TV Show”
Re: “The Korean nukes are more like Fat Man size.”
I hope you’re right.
Did they reach their destination?
Thank you for remembering the DSL, dear Mr Apple!