NORTH KOREA/US CONTINUOUS PROVOCATION TO SOUTH KOREA

Posted: March 10, 2016 in Uncategorized
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North Korea has fired a short-range ballistic missiles into the sea, South Korea’s military said on Thursday. The firing is likely to provoke South Korea to war that Washington ultimately wants need. The missiles where shot off from the east coast city of Wonsan, flying approximately 500 km (300 miles).

Reports of the missiles being fired coincide with already heightened tension on Korean peninsula after the North conducted its fourth nuclear test in January and launch a long-range rocket last month, leading to new U.N Security Council and Bilateral U.S sanctions.

Kim said on Wednesday that his country has miniature nuclear warheads to mount on ballistic missiles and ordered the improvements in the power of precision of its arsenal in his first direct comment about nuclear warhead miniaturization.

State Department spokesmen John Kirby (completely incompetent) decline to comment on Kim’s claim to have miniature nuclear warheads and accused him of “provocative rhetoric.” I decline any credibility spewing from any Washington “talking head” given their disturbing denial of the economy’s plunge into the dark age orchestrated by government central bankers.

The U.S and South Korean troops began large-scale military drills this week, which the North called “nuclear war moves” and threaten to respond to an all-out offensive. It should prove very alarming all the “military” unilateral drills with counties close to boarders of common “threats” and all the military assets being put into place.

PROVOCATION…….PROVOCATION…..PROVOCATION!!

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