North Korea: 'outbreak of war hours away' as Kim Jong-un plans US strike
The order came after US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Washington would not be cowed by Pyongyang's bellicose threats and stood ready to respond to "any eventuality".
Mr Kim directed his rocket units on standby at an overnight emergency meeting with top army commanders, hours after nuclear-capable US B-2 stealth bombers were deployed in ongoing US joint military drills with South Korea.
In the event of any "reckless" US provocation, North Korean forces should "mercilessly strike the US mainland ... military bases in the Pacific, including Hawaii and Guam, and those in South Korea", he was quoted as saying by the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA)....
Sure, but until they are found, I'll settle for them dealing with a power hungry boy who is disturbingly dangerous enough to openly threaten nuclear/ biological warfare. A boy who I do not believe is simply saber rattling, which is why he has been chosen by whoever "they" may be.
How about finding the Hegelian dialectic puppet masters who control both sides and have a Seal team slaughter them in the name of God?
Christopher000 wrote: A spoiled, immature boy who craves attention; trying to prove himself a man by waving around the weapons he inherited. Maybe it's time to get a Seal team in there before his insanity escalates.
John UK wrote: North Korea is just waiting for what they might call a justifiable excuse to launch out into the deep. The new leader is young and flighty, and will want to boost his own ego by his bravado. I reckon he'll do it. And then maybe the NK's will realise they are not the invincible war machine they vainly imagine themselves to be. South Koreans had better prepare for an assault.
Relax Comrade They arent suicidal, just making noise to remain in power
N Korea is like a cult, they have to keep their congregation in fear of the outside to maintain control.
North Korea is just waiting for what they might call a justifiable excuse to launch out into the deep. The new leader is young and flighty, and will want to boost his own ego by his bravado. I reckon he'll do it. And then maybe the NK's will realise they are not the invincible war machine they vainly imagine themselves to be.