NKorea says it is in a state of war with SKorea

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South Korean protesters perform during a rally denouncing the UN’s new sanction against North Korea, and the annual joint military exercises, dubbed Key Resolve and Foal Eagle, between South Korea and the United States, near the U.S. Embassy in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, March 12, 2013. North Korea’s young leader urged front-line troops to be on “maximum alert” for a potential war as a state-run newspaper said Pyongyang had carried out a threat to cancel the 1953 armistice that ended the Korean War. AP

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea says it has entered ‘a state of war’ with South Korea in the latest of a string of threats that have raised tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

A statement Saturday by Pyongyang said all matters between the sides will be dealt with in a manner befitting war.

Earlier this week, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ordered his troops to be on a high alert in response to annual U.S-South Korean drills. He warned his forces were ready “to settle accounts with the U.S.” after two American B-2 bombers flew a training mission in South Korea.

South Korea says the latest threat is a follow-up to Kim’s order.

Analysts say a full-scale conflict is suicidal for Pyongyang and the threats are aimed at drawing Washington into talks.

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  • http://www.pulisnapogi.blogspot.com/ Pulis Na Pogi

    hoy kim jong un, pakainin mo muna ang mga kababayan mong gutom! war ka ng war dyan e halata namang inggit ka lang sa south korea.

    e pati cellphone mo, samsung na gawang south korea e.

    hahahaha!

  • dexter ngayan

    Ingat at wag papatol sa isang STARTER (parang sa fraternity, may tinatawag na starter).. Baka sumanib ang china dyan, sasama ang US at JAPAN at sasali na rin ang russia.

  • Albert Einstien

    ang TAAS ng PATRIOTISMO sa NK..nakaka-inggit ang LIDER ng NK…nag -praktis lang ang SK-US ng war games malapit sa kanila ..nag-DECLARE na sila ng STATE of WAR…..tayo..binagsakan at ginamtan na ng NAPALM BOMBS , fighter planes, heavy artillery at 7,000-12,000 full battle army ang mga CITIZENS natin sa SABAH teritory natin…WALA man lang kahit BULONG na kunyari galit ang gobyerno natin…MAKAPILI talaga ang gobyerno kinampihan pa ang MAPANG-APIng MALAYSIA…..hayahay…!

    • carlorocci

      Ano ika mo? Hindi kita maintindihan?

      • Albert Einstien

        je je ..dont worry ….it’s good for you ……remain as you are…BMUD….lol

      • carlorocci

        You are dumb, you don’t even think like real Albert Einstien before you post a comments. You don’t have to envy Kim Jong Un his patriotism is because of greed. Envy the people of North Korea they only think what is good for their country because of the love.

  • santosboi

    ganyan talaga pag gutom na. nag hahalucinate..

  • calipso_2100

    Puro satsat. Supot! Pisot!

  • doublecross

    down with the imperialist!

  • wakats

    Kim Jong Un is still immature based on his warmongering rhetorics and repeated empty threats to “dissolve” the US mainland by nuclear attacks. The North koreans are years behind in the technology to miniaturize the nuclear bombs as warheads to their missiles.

    Kulang sa pansin para bigyan ng food aids for their hungry population.

    The immediate effect of these threatening rhetorics is the likely possibility that South Korea and Japan will race to develop their own nuclear arsenals for their protection……

  • Brax82

    Waiting for Pnoy to say, “Kasalanan yan ni GMA!”

  • doublecross

    bawal ang tsismis d2 sa US vs NK.

  • Simplify1

    This is how NK look at americans, and the reason why they want to make the first strike:

    https://wwwdotyoutubedotcom/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=CJoQOQHQ8oA

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