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Thursday, April 03, 2008

North Korea talking "Preemptive strikes" and updates "Sea of Fire"

As set out inNorth Korea Upgrades “Sea of Fire” Threat at DPRK Studies:
Apparently someone in the KPA Threat Department didn’t realize that ashes logically follow fire when attempting to make one of the standard threats sound more menacing:
“Our military will not sit idle until warmongers launch a pre-emptive strike,” an unidentified military commentator said in a statement carried by the North’s official Korean Central News Agency. “Everything will be in ashes, not just a sea of fire, once our advanced pre-emptive strike begins.”
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