dimanche 22 avril 2012
North Korea threatens special action against South Korea...
North Korea has threatened that its military will soon launch special action to crush what it called the “reckless provocations of traitors” in South Korea.
The Supreme Command of the Korean People’s Army said on Monday that the North Korean military and people’s rage over Lee Myung-bak and his group has peaked, calling them “rats.”
The statement carried by the North’s state-run Korean Central News Agency said the North’s special actions unit will target Lee’s treasonable forces and conservative media in the South which the statement claimed trample fair opinions.
The statement threatened that once special action is launched, the North will wipe out within three to four minutes or in a shorter period “all rats” and “sources of provocation” via special and unique methods never seen before.
The latest threat comes after the Supreme Command threatened last Wednesday to blow up all of Seoul in response to anti-North Korea rallies held in the South Korean capital. The statement claimed that the Lee Myung-bak government masterminded the rallies on April 15th as the North marked the 100th birthday of its founder Kim Il-sung.
(KBS World Radio, 2012-04-23)