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Full war declaration statement from DPRK

 
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FAKE AND GAY
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Take a good look at your sig pic. Who's talking gay now ?
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PLANNED FOR YEARS.
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does anyone still question why dennis rodman was thier
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He smoked meth with him and then gave him a year's supply of the devil's drug. Kim jr. is the bankster's scape goat or way out. They had to fuck up an already fucked person and get him to do the most evil of all deeds. Shit even the mid east terrorist (depending on your frame of reference) have not been so effing crazy. Only meth could cause this insanity.
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The moves of the U.S. imperialists to violate the sovereignty of the DPRK and encroach upon its supreme interests have entered an extremely grave phase. Under this situation, the dear respected Marshal Kim Jong Un, brilliant commander of Mt. Paektu, convened an urgent operation meeting on the performance of duty of the Strategic Rocket Force of the Korean People's Army for firepower strike and finally examined and ratified a plan for firepower strike.

The important decision made by him is the declaration of a do-or-die battle to provide an epochal occasion for putting an end to the history of the long-standing showdown with the U.S. and opening a new era. It is also a last warning of justice served to the U.S., south Korean group and other anti-reunification hostile forces. The decision reflects the strong will of the army and people of the DPRK to annihilate the enemies.

Now the heroic service personnel and all other people of the DPRK are full of surging anger at the U.S. imperialists' reckless war provocation moves, and the strong will to turn out as one in the death-defying battle with the enemies and achieve a final victory of the great war for national reunification true to the important decision made by Kim Jong Un.

The Supreme Command of the KPA in its previous statement solemnly declared at home and abroad the will of the army and people of the DPRK to take decisive military counteraction to defend the sovereignty of the country and the dignity of its supreme leadership as regards the war moves of the U.S. and south Korean puppets that have reached the most extreme phase.

Not content with letting B-52 make sorties into the sky over south Korea in succession despite the repeated warnings of the DPRK, the U.S. made B-2A stealth strategic bomber and other ultra-modern strategic strike means fly from the U.S. mainland to south Korea to stage a bombing drill targeting the DPRK. This is an unpardonable and heinous provocation and an open challenge.

By taking advantage of the U.S. reckless campaign for a nuclear war against the DPRK, the south Korean puppets vociferated about "preemptive attack" and "strong counteraction" and even "strike at the commanding forces", openly revealing the attempt to destroy monuments symbolic of the dignity of the DPRK's supreme leadership.

This clearly shows that the U.S. brigandish ambition for aggression and the puppets' attempt to invade the DPRK have gone beyond the limit and their threats have entered the reckless phase of an actual war from the phase of threat and blackmail.

The prevailing grim situation more clearly proves that the Supreme Command of the KPA was just when it made the judgment and decision to decisively settle accounts with the U.S. imperialists and south Korean puppets by dint of the arms of Songun, because time when words could work has passed.

Now they are openly claiming that the B-2A stealth strategic bombers' drill of dropping nuclear bombs was "not to irritate the north" but "the defensive one". The U.S. also says the drill is "to defend the interests of its ally". However, it is nothing but a lame pretext to cover up its aggressive nature, evade the denunciation at home and abroad and escape from the DPRK's retaliatory blows.

The era when the U.S. resorted to the policy of strength by brandishing nuclear weapons has gone.

It is the resolute answer of the DPRK and its steadfast stand to counter the nuclear blackmail of the U.S. imperialists with merciless nuclear attack and their war of aggression with just all-out war.

They should clearly know that in the era of Marshal Kim Jong Un, the greatest-ever commander, all things are different from what they used to be in the past.

The hostile forces will clearly realize the iron will, matchless grit and extraordinary mettle of the brilliant commander of Mt. Paektu that the earth cannot exist without Songun Korea.

Time has come to stage a do-or-die final battle.

The government, political parties and organizations of the DPRK solemnly declare as follows reflecting the final decision made by Kim Jong Un at the operation meeting of the KPA Supreme Command and the unanimous will of all service personnel and people of the DPRK who are waiting for a final order from him.

1.From this moment, the north-south relations will be put at the state of war and all the issues arousing between the north and the south will be dealt with according to the wartime regulations.

The state of neither peace nor war has ended on the Korean Peninsula.

Now that the revolutionary armed forces of the DPRK have entered into an actual military action, the inter-Korean relations have naturally entered the state of war. Accordingly, the DPRK will immediately punish any slightest provocation hurting its dignity and sovereignty with resolute and merciless physical actions without any prior notice.

2. If the U.S. and the south Korean puppet group perpetrate a military provocation for igniting a war against the DPRK in any area including the five islands in the West Sea of Korea or in the area along the Military Demarcation Line, it will not be limited to a local war, but develop into an all-out war, a nuclear war.

It is self-evident that any military conflict on the Korean Peninsula is bound to lead to an all-out war, a nuclear war now that even U.S. nuclear strategic bombers in its military bases in the Pacific including Hawaii and Guam and in its mainland are flying into the sky above south Korea to participate in the madcap DPRK-targeted nuclear war moves.

The first strike of the revolutionary armed forces of the DPRK will blow up the U.S. bases for aggression in its mainland and in the Pacific operational theatres including Hawaii and Guam and reduce not only its military bases in south Korea but the puppets' ruling institutions including Chongwadae and puppet army's bases to ashes at once, to say nothing of the aggressors and the provokers.

3. The DPRK will never miss the golden chance to win a final victory in a great war for national reunification.

This war will not be a three day-war but it will be a blitz war through which the KPA will occupy all areas of south Korea including Jeju Island at one strike, not giving the U.S. and the puppet warmongers time to come to their senses, and a three-dimensional war to be fought in the air, land and seas and on the front line and in the rear.

This sacred war of justice will be a nation-wide, all-people resistance involving all Koreans in the north and the south and overseas in which the traitors to the nation including heinous confrontation maniacs, warmongers and human scum will be mercilessly swept away.

No force on earth can break the will of the service personnel and people of the DPRK all out in the just great war for national reunification and of all other Koreans and overpower their might.

Holding in high esteem the peerlessly great men of Mt. Paektu, the Korean people will give vent to the pent-up grudge and realize their cherished desire and thus bring a bright day of national reunification and build the best power on this land without fail.
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[link to news.ninemsn.com.au]

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Former prime minister and foreign minister Kevin Rudd has told officers of Beijing's main defence academy that the world is looking to China to use its influence to quell the aggression of North Korea.

And while China was announcing its new leadership to the world, North Korea had declared its renunciation of the 1953 armistice.

Pyongyang's antics threatened China's foreign policy objectives because Asian nations were beginning to co-operate on regional anti-ballistic missile defences, which could work against China as well as North Korea, Mr Rudd said.

North Korea's threats to bomb the US and its allies and to reduce the South Korean capital of Seoul to a smouldering ruin had come as some in Japan and South Korea were pushing for their countries to develop nuclear weapons of their own.
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What happens if Kim Jong-un acts on his threats?

In the event that the 'bellicose rhetoric' of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un turns into something more serious, the opening hours of conflict could be 'pretty ugly,' defense analysts warn.

Washington

Veteran North Korea watchers, citing what they see as increasingly troubling signs coming from the dictatorial regime, are voicing concerns that its new young leader, Kim Jong-un, could do something ill-advised, even start a war!!!!

In response to the prospect of North Korea following through on this and other marginally less dire threats, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Thursday that the US military “will unequivocally defend, and [is] unequivocally committed to the alliance with, South Korea.”

But if hostilities were in fact to erupt, how might they play out?

Some former US Special Operations Forces and longtime Korea defense analysts have their own thoughts on what an “unequivocal” US military response could look like, including how US troops would be deployed in the event of a lethal first strike on US and allied military forces by North Korea – precisely the sort of move Mr. Kim has been threatening to make.

It might involve small-scale infiltrations using mini-submarines, assassination attempts, “maybe shooting someone on the DMZ” says Patrick Cronin, senior director of the Asia-Pacific Security Program.

Should Kim choose to do “something even more outlandish,” the US military and South Korean response would be more dire, he adds.

One of the scenarios that most concerns US defense analysts, involves North Korea’s estimated 500,000 to 700,000 rounds of artillery aimed at Seoul, “in the first few hours of the conflict, it would be pretty ugly.” says retired Brig. Gen. Russell Howard, former commander of the 1st Special Forces Group.

At the same time, North Korea could begin “swarming” its sizable contingent of 600,000 Special Operations commandos, adds Mr. Howard, now the director of the Terrorism, Research, and Education Program at the Monterey Institute of International Studies.

“The sole purpose of this group, is to infiltrate the South and create havoc.”


The realistic goal of the North Korean military would likely be to get some 150,000 of them over the border, where they would “go for infrastructure, such as communications and transportation systems.”

The US military would immediately respond to the initial barrage of artillery with air power, using B-52s and highly-accurate B-2 stealth bombers to take them out, along with other key command-and-control targets.

But while the US would no doubt disable these systems, “the artillery or chemical weapons that North Korea is capable of firing into Seoul – a city of some 20 million – would still have a devastating impact,” says Victor Cha, the Korea chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.

“We would counter, but they could fire thousands of rounds of artillery first, before we could neutralize it. That has always been one of the problems, it can still do a terrible amount of damage.”


The mission that US Special Operations Forces would be given: "There is little doubt that they would be deployed with an urgent order to secure North Korean weapons of mass destruction. Accomplishing that “would be tough,” Howard says. “It would be very tough.”

A massive influx of North Korean refugees, in the neighborhood of 3.5 to 4 million into China and another 2.5 million likely moving south into South Korea.

Howard says. “It’s going to be a human disaster that we’ve never experienced – there are going to be so many refugees,” “It would just be a nightmare to try to separate civilians from the battlefield.”

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37126936



Sounds bad!! Lets hope they back off

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lmao this isnt even main news in the south toungetoungetoungetoungetoungetounge
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Honestly , this whole drama with North Korea is pure theatrics .
Im betting that the little learder has been asked to follow the script in return for great rewards .
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"heinous confrontation maniacs, warmongers and human scum"

Shouldn't they be reported to the politically correct policing organisation?s226
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They do not even have fuel to power their patrol boats. Escapee's report that they use SAILS, so how do they intend on not only going by air land and sea but surrounding them from the rear. This made me laugh very hard. I hope we get to see some DOOM.
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Well.. yeah, Nothing will happen.
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this lil Kim stuff is getting ridiculous
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maybe NK has unleashed its full arsenal ... but noone noticed
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Just maybe the nobody keeps going back in time and resetting the clock back to a time before Kim destroyed the west like groundhog day and we don't even realize it.
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and another 100 page thread with the same title in different words, with nothing coming of it. Time for bed.
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OH YEA ! Well we have our own "Dear Leader" and he will...well.... um....monitor the situation !
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9teen A severe finger wagging is definitely in order.
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It doesn't matter, the US and Korean governments are all in this
This is just show they are putting on to advanced the NWO
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The US and China now cooperate on many matters.
Who owns who is yet to be seen but it would not surprise me if TPTB finally end North Korea and China finally ends Taiwan.

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austrailia just declared more sanctions......

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Those people in NK are so friggin starved, it will be a miracle if they can even hold a gun and aim straight - they kill and eat each other out of madness and desperation - the famine is awful and very very sad. It would almost be humanitarian to just nuke them, rather than let their "Glorious Leader" continue to keep them living below even animals. Even their dogs are starving, though, so rather, below animals in another country.







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What happens if Kim Jong-un acts on his threats?

In the event that the 'bellicose rhetoric' of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un turns into something more serious, the opening hours of conflict could be 'pretty ugly,' defense analysts warn...

One of the scenarios that most concerns US defense analysts, involves North Korea’s estimated 500,000 to 700,000 rounds of artillery aimed at Seoul, “in the first few hours of the conflict, it would be pretty ugly.” says retired Brig. Gen. Russell Howard, former commander of the 1st Special Forces Group.

At the same time, North Korea could begin “swarming” its sizable contingent of 600,000 Special Operations commandos, adds Mr. Howard, now the director of the Terrorism, Research, and Education Program at the Monterey Institute of International Studies.

“The sole purpose of this group, is to infiltrate the South and create havoc.”


The realistic goal of the North Korean military would likely be to get some 150,000 of them over the border, where they would “go for infrastructure, such as communications and transportation systems.”

The US military would immediately respond to the initial barrage of artillery with air power, using B-52s and highly-accurate B-2 stealth bombers to take them out, along with other key command-and-control targets.

But while the US would no doubt disable these systems, “the artillery or chemical weapons that North Korea is capable of firing into Seoul – a city of some 20 million – would still have a devastating impact,” says Victor Cha, the Korea chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.

“We would counter, but they could fire thousands of rounds of artillery first, before we could neutralize it. That has always been one of the problems, it can still do a terrible amount of damage.”
...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37126936

Pretty much been the same story for years, the massive artillery barrage, and the overwhelming number of troops the North could send across the DMZ.

I've read up to 100,000 could be killed in the first few hours from the massive artillery barrage.

It's the most militarized hair-trigger on Earth, taking out the artillery wouldn't be easy, they've had 50 years to dig in.

How long did it take the allies to stop the SCUD missiles in Gulf War 1? Weeks, and that was in the desert.

On the issue of the "swarming" of NK troops, the North knows how it stands. Even the statement which is the subject of this thread reads "it will be a blitz war through which the KPA will occupy all areas of south Korea including Jeju Island at one strike, not giving the U.S. and the puppet warmongers time to come to their senses..."

From what I've read, US and South Korean forces would be overwhelmed by sheer numbers, and the US policy of allowing battlefield commanders to authorize the use of tactical battlefield nuclear weapons was put in place because of the situation along the DMZ.

If it does hit the fan, don't be surprised if the US is the first to use nuclear weapons on the penninsula. Would we allow thousands of troops to be captured or killed in a rout? Nothing like that has happened since the dawn of the nuclear age.
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What happens if Kim Jong-un acts on his threats?

In the event that the 'bellicose rhetoric' of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un turns into something more serious, the opening hours of conflict could be 'pretty ugly,' defense analysts warn...

One of the scenarios that most concerns US defense analysts, involves North Korea’s estimated 500,000 to 700,000 rounds of artillery aimed at Seoul, “in the first few hours of the conflict, it would be pretty ugly.” says retired Brig. Gen. Russell Howard, former commander of the 1st Special Forces Group.

At the same time, North Korea could begin “swarming” its sizable contingent of 600,000 Special Operations commandos, adds Mr. Howard, now the director of the Terrorism, Research, and Education Program at the Monterey Institute of International Studies.

“The sole purpose of this group, is to infiltrate the South and create havoc.”


The realistic goal of the North Korean military would likely be to get some 150,000 of them over the border, where they would “go for infrastructure, such as communications and transportation systems.”

The US military would immediately respond to the initial barrage of artillery with air power, using B-52s and highly-accurate B-2 stealth bombers to take them out, along with other key command-and-control targets.

But while the US would no doubt disable these systems, “the artillery or chemical weapons that North Korea is capable of firing into Seoul – a city of some 20 million – would still have a devastating impact,” says Victor Cha, the Korea chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.

“We would counter, but they could fire thousands of rounds of artillery first, before we could neutralize it. That has always been one of the problems, it can still do a terrible amount of damage.”
...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37126936

Pretty much been the same story for years, the massive artillery barrage, and the overwhelming number of troops the North could send across the DMZ.

I've read up to 100,000 could be killed in the first few hours from the massive artillery barrage.

It's the most militarized hair-trigger on Earth, taking out the artillery wouldn't be easy, they've had 50 years to dig in.

How long did it take the allies to stop the SCUD missiles in Gulf War 1? Weeks, and that was in the desert.

On the issue of the "swarming" of NK troops, the North knows how it stands. Even the statement which is the subject of this thread reads "it will be a blitz war through which the KPA will occupy all areas of south Korea including Jeju Island at one strike, not giving the U.S. and the puppet warmongers time to come to their senses..."

From what I've read, US and South Korean forces would be overwhelmed by sheer numbers, and the US policy of allowing battlefield commanders to authorize the use of tactical battlefield nuclear weapons was put in place because of the situation along the DMZ.

If it does hit the fan, don't be surprised if the US is the first to use nuclear weapons on the penninsula. Would we allow thousands of troops to be captured or killed in a rout? Nothing like that has happened since the dawn of the nuclear age.
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china said the same thing to russia... if you make us, we will invade... do you have enough bullets?... if not... where will you house the captors.. mao tze said similar......
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South Korea's "Toast" read on......

U.S. mission would need up to 200,000 additional troops and 56 days to get into the country

Military experts from the Army's forward-looking research arm, the Concept Development and Learning Directorate, assessed how many U.S. troops it would take to go into a North Korea-like place to secure the weapons after a crisis erupted, and how quickly those weapons could be secured.

According to Maj. Gen. Bill Hix, who oversaw the war game, "American troops would have to enter the country by air and sea, locate nuclear material in enormous storehouses and unknown underground bunkers, and figure out how to wrest control of nuclear materials and stop reactors. The challenges, are significant."

"We looked at this issue of countering the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, specifically nuclear weapons, and fissile material, and the data and the scientists associated with that kind of enterprise,"
Hix said.


"There are obviously many people in the U.S. government or the U.S. who are experts in nuclear reactors or whatever, but not paid to work in a hostile environment where someone is trying to kill you while you are trying to render safe a reactor or fissile material,"
the general said.

Defense News, which first reported on the wargame, said it took U.S. troops 56 days to get into the country and secure the weapons.

Lind estimated that the mission would need up to 200,000 additional troops to carry out other aspects of stabilizing the country, including efforts to feed citizens, and locating and disarming conventional weapons and artillery.

Those levels would exceed the peak number of troops in Iraq, which was 165,000, and the peak for Afghanistan, which was 101,000.


"If we look at various factors, I wouldn't say there's any particular indicator that we should be worried right now, but this could change in a matter of days.

I don't believe war is coming.........."
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Well, the PTB need a BIG war to get out of the world economic pickle they're in, but I guess that was always the plan (the pickle then the war).
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Wake up to the elephant in the room!

It is his YOUTH that makes Kim Jong Un so dangerous.
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Wake up to the elephant in the room!

It is his YOUTH that makes Kim Jong Un so dangerous.
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making news here.. must be something to it, or everyone would still be drinking beer at the pub.........
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"the greatest-ever commander"?

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I read the posts presented here knowing that most do not understand war. You all that think this is just a game are in for one big let down.

War is hell. This one if it happens will not end well.

I was drafted once, and in most cases when you are drafted you are sent to the front lines.

Welcome to the MEAT GRINDER!

You better get serious. It's not a game.
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I'm draft classification 4F.

Nobody I care about is capable of being drafted.

Go eat a bag of cocks! I for one hope this shit gets wildly out of control! A draft would mean all of the whiney, selfish, cockscucking, moneygrubbing, back-stabing metrosexual assholes would have to go to the front lines.

Personally I can't wait.
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So you think that you are special. Your classification won't mean shit when this goes down.

Though if you want a feel good fuzzy feeling carry on and believe that.

Remember, carry lots of butter....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36727319


BWHAHAHAHAHHA

You don't know shit about the military!!!HAHAHAHAHAHH!!!!!

You should look up what 4F means before you talk so much retarded shit! LOL! Dipshits like you will be at the FRONT of the line!! Grab your draft card, then grab your ankles, BITCH!
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Back in World War II men were being drafted up to the age of 40.

Who knows how high they'll go for WW3? Maybe age 60? Wouldn't surprise me in the least.
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I love the way the Norks write. I know it's morbid, but it reminds me of some real life He-Man or Thundercats kind of stuff, and I'm an 80s kid.
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Snap , I was thinking exactly the same , The voice being the one from the sentinels.

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Back in World War II men were being drafted up to the age of 40.

Who knows how high they'll go for WW3? Maybe age 60? Wouldn't surprise me in the least.
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not with my ankles, eyesight, penis.......
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