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11th March :Nuclear War Will Start On Monday

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11th March :Nuclear War Will Start On Monday

Friday, March 8, 2013
 

 

North Korea has threatened to launch a nuclear missile strike on the United States starting Monday 11th March. 
Just before the United Nations imposed tough new sanctions on North Korea for it's atomic test last month, North Korea made the threat.
As far as North Korea are concerned when America steps up military drills with South Korea from March 11 it's a signal the United States are ready to strike.
A spokesman for the North’s foreign ministry said: “Since the US is about to ignite a nuclear war, we will be exercising our right to ­preemptive nuclear attack against the headquarters of the aggressor in order to protect our supreme interest.”
North Korea has regularly provoked the US and its “puppet”, South Korea, but this was the most serious threat in years.
The warning came hours before the United Nations imposed tough new sanctions to punish it for an atomic test last month.
Rogue state North Korea today threatened to launch a nuclear missile strike on the US as soon as Monday.
The warning came hours before the United Nations imposed tough new sanctions to punish it for an atomic test last month.


North Korea said it was entitled to attack from March 11 when America steps up military drills with South Korea – a move it claimed signalled the US was ready to strike.
A spokesman for the North’s foreign ministry said: “Since the US is about to ignite a nuclear war, we will be exercising our right to ­preemptive nuclear attack against the headquarters of the aggressor in order to protect our supreme interest.”
North Korea has regularly provoked the US and its “puppet”, South Korea, but this was the most serious threat in years. 
The sides have been enemies since the 1950-53 Korean War and the North also threatened yesterday to nullify the truce that ended the conflict.
Leader Kim Jong-un stepped up his nuclear programme with a third test on February 12 and the dictatorship claimed to have built a missile capable of hitting the US. Experts still doubt it could attack the mainland.
But Susan Rice, US ambassador to the UN, said: “North Korea will achieve nothing by continued threats and ­provocations.
“These will only further isolate the country and its people and undermine efforts to promote peace in north east Asia.”
Tens of thousands of North Koreans held a rally in capital Pyongyang today against the drills and UN ­sanctions.
The financial ­restrictions, backed by the North’s ally, China, aim to prevent it funding nuclear weapons.
South Korea’s defence ministry said the enemy was conducting its own ­military drills and threatened to retaliate and target its leadership if attacked.
Spokesman Kim Min-seok said: “We are watching the North’s activities and stepping up readiness under the assumption they can lead to provocation any time.”
He declined to confirm reports the North imposed no-fly zones off its coasts in a possible move to fire missiles.
A leading North Korean general said Pyongyang was scrapping the 1950s armistice, although the North and South are still technically at war as there was no peace treaty.
In 2010 the North bombed a South Korean island, killing two ­civilians. It was also accused of sinking a South Korean ship this year, killing 46 sailors.
There are thought to be almost 20,000 nuclear warheads around the world.


About 5,000 of those are “strategic” weapons, ready to fire at key targets.
Here’s who has the strategic warheads. The total in brackets includes stockpiles:
USA, 2,430 (10,000); Russia, 1,950 (8,500); UK, 225 (225); France, 290 (300); China, 0 (240); India 100 (100); Pakistan 110 (110); Israel, around 0 (80); North Korea 0 (less than 10).
Now we wait to see what happens on Monday, who has the bigger balls. Another waiting game, will they wont they.........

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Comments

1.
JADELotteryComment by JADELottery - March 10, 2013, 9:43 pm
it's a good thing we set our clocks ahead.

got to get up early for this.

blast away!!
2.
jarasanComment by jarasan - March 11, 2013, 9:01 am
F'ing stupid BS to distract from cancerous malignancy in the executive branch.

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