North Korea threatens all out war if punished

May 20, 2010 STRATFOR
North Korea continued its steadfast denials of involvement in the sinking of the South Korean warship ChonAn and said it would send its own investigators to conduct a probe, while warning that any punishment against the North would spark war, AP reported May 20. The all-out war to be undertaken will be a “sacred war involving the whole nation, all the people and the whole state,” a spokesman for North Korea’s National Defense Commission said, according to a report carried by the state-run Korea Central News Agency. Pyongyang warned the United States and Japan to “act with discretion.”

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One Reply to “North Korea threatens all out war if punished”

  1. This is just a taste of what it’s going to be like when Iran gets the Bomb. They’ll be pulling evil stunts like this on a daily basis. If only Mr Obama had the intelligence to see this…or maybe he does…

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