North Korea reportedly warns Japan it would target Tokyo first

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Published April 12, 2013

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April 12, 2013: Japanese Self Defense Forces personnel refuel a PAC-3 missile interceptor, deployed at the compound of Japan’s Defense Ministry amid a tense situation over a possible missile launch by North Korea in Tokyo. (AP)


North Korea reportedly warned Japan that Tokyo would be the first target if Pyongyang decides to play its nuclear card.The warning reportedly is in response to Tokyo’s standing orders to destroy any missile heading toward Japan, according to Korean Central News Agency. Japan has deployed PAC-3 missile interceptor units around Tokyo to protect its capital and is taking North Korea’s rhetoric seriously.

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6 Replies to “North Korea reportedly warns Japan it would target Tokyo first”

  1. The PAC 3 missiles are in a sense a waste of time. There are more cities than just Tokyo to protect like Edo, Lobe, Osaka, Nagoya, Sasebo, & Yokosuka. Osaka is the second largest city.

    If you are liable to cave into extortion, well it becomes almost to expensive to to protect all cities. It makes it too easy for the John Kerrys of the world to give in & offer money.

    The only real alternative is to get in their face and threaten them back and not be bluffing.

  2. Richard Fat Boy was one of the Atomic bombs dropped on Japan to end WWII. Just found your description of Lil Kim to have a double meaning.

  3. @anonymmous, actually they were fat man and little boy. But yes there are two meanings in my derogatory name for the crazy little tin god dictator.

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