Friday, 22 February 2013


Backgrounder from some of the biggest war on terror brain-washers, the 'toilet-paper of record'; you know for the DASTARDLY DEADLY CHINA-WAR SECRET NORTH KOREAN DEALS OF THE AMERICAN WESTPOINT GENOCIDE NUCLEAR GENERAL!


"North Korea Warns of Retaliation if South Helps Enforce Tightened Sanctions

Published: January 25, 2013

SEOUL, South KoreaNorth Korea turned its anger on South Korea on Friday, warning the South Koreans they could suffer “physical countermeasures” for any enforcement of the tightened international sanctions meant to stop its ballistic missile and nuclear weapons activities.

South Korean soldiers patrolled Friday in Paju near the Demilitarized Zone dividing the two Koreas, on a day when the North threatened the South with “physical countermeasures.”


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Park Geun-hye, the incoming president of South Korea.

The North Korean warning came a day after it bluntly threatened the United States, saying North Korea had no interest in talks on denuclearizing itself and would forge ahead with its missile and weapons development, with the goal of attaining the capability to hit American territory. North Korea framed the warning, including a threat to stage a third nuclear test, as a deterrent to what it called American hostility and efforts to isolate the country.

While the tone of the message was not unexpected after theUnited Nations Security Council’s unanimous decision this week on North Korea sanctions, the threats represent a new challenge to President Obama as he begins his second term, and to the incoming conservative president of South Korea, Park Geun-hye. She had signaled she would be more open to the North than the current president, but since her election last month she has said she will not tolerate the North’s nuclear program and will deal sternly with what she has called North Korean provocations.

In a statement issued in the name of North Korea’s Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Fatherland, which manages relations with South Korea, the North gave no hint of what countermeasures were envisioned against the South over enforcement of the sanctions.

While the North does not follow through on many of its threats, it does have a history of unexpected military attacks — most recently, its shelling of a border island in 2010 that left four South Koreans dead. It was also blamed for sinking a South Korean warship the same year, leaving 46 sailors dead, despite North Korean denials.."


And you know if the toilet paper of record is saying it ... It's really, really, REALLY past time to get the REAL TERRORISTS THIS TIME:  Let's ROLL!


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