N. Korea Threatens With ‘Unimaginable Holocaust’

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(RT / The 4th Media News) N. Korea demands halt to South-US military drills, threatens with ‘unimaginable holocaust’

N. Korea Threatens With ‘Unimaginable Holocaust’

North Korea has demanded South Korea and the US halt their annual military drill, calling it “a serious provocation.” If not, north-south relations “will plunge into a deadlock and unimaginable holocaust,” says Pyongyang.

“We sternly warn the US and the South Korean authorities to stop the dangerous military exercises which may push the situation on the peninsula and the north-south ties to a catastrophe,” said the spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) in a statement, reported [North Korea’s] KCNA state news.

The US and South Korea, which have shared the cost of hosting American soldiers since 1991, are planning to stage military exercises late February. The annual drills such as ‘Key Resolve’ and ‘Ulchi-Freedom-Guardian’, staged by Seoul and Washington, focus on defending the South from attacks, including possible ones from the North.

This year the US even decided to boost its military presence in South Korea, pledging to send another 800 troops in addition to those 28,000 which are already in the country. The personnel and equipment from the 1st US Cavalry Division will serve in South Korea for nine months.

However, all the equipment will stay and be used by other US soldiers rotating in. Also this year Seoul has struck a five-year $866.5 million deal with the US to cover the costs the troops.


(FILE) US soldiers of the Second Infantry Division of US Forces Korea attend a live firing drill at the US army's Rodriguez range in Pocheon, south of the demilitarized zone that divides the two Koreas. (AFP Photo / Kim Hong-Ji)(FILE) US soldiers of the Second Infantry Division of US Forces Korea attend a live firing drill at the US army’s Rodriguez range in Pocheon, south of the demilitarized zone that divides the two Koreas. (AFP Photo / Kim Hong-Ji)

South Korea responded to the North’s recent statement, saying the drills are going ahead as planned despite the threat.

The South “will sternly retaliate against North Korean provocations,” Defense Ministry spokesman Kim Min-seok said in a regular briefing, reports South Korea’s Yonhap news agency.

“If North Korea actually commits military aggression on the excuse of what is a normal exercise we conduct as preparation for emergency, our military will mercilessly and decisively punish them,” he says, as quoted by Reuters.

There have been long-spiking tensions on the Korean Peninsula. The Korean War ended in 1953 by the Korean Armistice Agreement, which was signed by UN Command (UNC), North Korea and the Chinese People’s Volunteer Army. South Korea did not participate in signing the deal. So Seoul is still technically at war with Pyongyang.


Last year, a Korean crisis brought a new wave of tensions between the neighbors. That happened after Pyongyang launched a satellite and later tested its nuclear weapons. The UN Security Council condemned the North’s actions.

March last year during Foal Eagle, annual drills conducted between South Korea and the US, North Korea declared a ‘state of war’ with its southern neighbor. Pyongyang also warned it would retaliate against any provocations by the US and South Korea without “any prior notice.”

The tensions continued the whole last year. In October Pyongyang urged Washington to stop their military drills, which was described as “nuclear blackmail.”


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  1. GJS January 20, 2014 at 12:52 am - Reply

    The west should tread carefully because it would NOT be the first time an inferior military force began to believe it’s own hype, it’s a no brainer to whom would win between US & NK BUT think of the casualties within the service people if NK managed to explode just one average sized nuke.
    It’s NOT fair to the brave service people over there to provoke NK too far, they deserve better than that.

    • David January 20, 2014 at 2:08 am - Reply

      Remember now, that hundreds of top military leaders, those who know the nuclear structure of the US forces, have been, for want of a better word, fired, recently. Someone inside the US structure is causing weakness in the US military. I wonder who this could be?

    • John Cook January 20, 2014 at 7:11 am - Reply

      GLS, you are not thinking clearly. The casualties would not primarily be among the “service” people. more likely N. Korea would do an EMP attack on either the US Mainland or South Korea.
      Also do you have any idea the casualties N. Korea sustained during the Korean war/ it was like 50%. they can absorb immense death rates without the collapse of social order that would occur among their oponents. truely N. Korea is dangerous. America has no hope of carrying out a land war against the million or more fanaticaly loyal troops they could put into the field. same goes for South Korea, modern soldiers just could not cope with the mega gallons of blood such a war would entail, they would collapse psychologicly, wheereas the N. Koreans would not.
      This is why we are endlessly indoctrinated with the image of the North beong “insane”, it’s because they utterly refuse to play the “game” – they remain one of the Very few countries without a Rothschild central bank, and therefore remain on the short list for destruction. they only survive now because they managed to make a nuke.

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