It looks like things around Korea could get bad very quickly. Do you think this is just hot air from NKorea or would they actually attack SKorea if SKorea does end up searching a NKorea vessel?
What would this mean for the US? If SKorea was attacked by NKorea and the US responded could we handle a war in Korea along with Iraq and Afghan?
Another world leader with too much testosterone. How wonderful.
More grandstanding from NK, tell me is anyone willing to really bet money on NK attacking?
Kim Joong Il is a gangster who is very hungry and sick now. He only want to eat. Because he can not eat foods anylonger so the world should feed him by his bombs or fake money.
He just masturbation himself.
Somebody should remind Kim Jong Ill that his country can be reduced to dust if he doesn't shut the **** up.
South Korea yesterday agreed to join the Proliferation Security Initiative, or PSI, set up to locate and seize shipments of equipment and materials used to make weapons of mass destruction.
“What they are saying is that they will take military action if there is any action taken on behalf of the program such as boarding their ships, stopping and searching and so on,” said Han Sung Joo, a former South Korean foreign minister. In other words, if South Korea first uses force to board ships then North Korea will take military action to defend those ships. Now, do you think that is threatening force or simply North Korea asserting that it will defend its interests if it is compelled to? If South Korea did attempt to inspect North Korean ships then:
“The Korean People’s Army will not be bound to the Armistice Agreement any longer,” the official Korean Central News Agency said in a statement today. Any attempt to inspect North Korean vessels will be countered with “prompt and strong military strikes.”And speaking of threatening: South Korea dispatched a warship to its maritime border and is prepared to deploy aircraft, Yonhap News reported, citing military officials it didn’t identify.
If anything, this is a pretty appropriate response.