North Korea says a spark could set off nuclear war on Korean peninsula

This is amusing. The DPNRK has a policy that is so hostile to the USA that it has actually become the basis for their entire culture.

From FOX:

A North Korean minister lashed out at the United States on Monday, warning that its “hostile” policy has left the Korean peninsula a spark away from a nuclear war.

Addressing the final session of the U.N. General Assembly’s annual high-level meeting, Vice Foreign Minister Pak Kil Yon said the Koreas have become “the world’s most dangerous hotspot” and pledged to use the North’s “mighty” military deterrent against any “reckless provocations.”

“The only way to prevent war and ensure lasting peace on the Korean peninsula is to put an end to the U.S. hostile policy towards the DPRK,” he said, using the initials of the country’s official name, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

The U.S. State Department had no comment on the speech.

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3 Replies to “North Korea says a spark could set off nuclear war on Korean peninsula”

  1. I’m more worried about Iran. Here’s why

    A nuclear Iran would be under the control of Messianic, Jihadist nutjobs

    A nuclear North Korea is under the control of a pudgy 14 year old with daddy issues.

  2. the biggest threat to the dprk is the dprk’s leadership.
    the country is turning into a wasteland of starving, deformed midgets.

  3. North Korea is under Chinese control, China is telling them to act up to draw attention away from Iran, they have been whipsawing us this way for all of this century. The pattern usually ends with the US giving concessions to both ends of the saw and asking China to keep NK quiet. This time they may be trying to draw our Naval forces away from the Gulf.

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