North Korea Declares War On The US And South Korea

Mort Amsel

North Korea is entering a “state of war” with South Korea, its state-run news service reports, further escalating the rhetoric against its southern neighbor and the United States.

The statement, carried by the communist country’s KCNA news agency, says inter-Korean relations will be dealt with in a wartime manner.

“From this time on, the North-South relations will be entering the state of war and all issues raised between the North and the South will be handled accordingly,” the statement said, according to Reuters.

North Korea Declares War On The US And South Korea



Pyongyang, March 28 (KCNA) — A spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) on Thursday issued the following statement:

Shortly ago, the U.S. and south Korean puppet group cooked up a “joint plan to cope with the provocation of a local war,” escalating the danger of a war.

The joint plan signed by the commander of the U.S. forces in south Korea and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of south Korea calls on the U.S. forces to automatically get involved in the conflict in case of the north’s “provocation of a local war” and thus jointly counter it together with the south Korean puppet army.

The plan for aggression elaborates on the contents of the operation and proposals on joint counteraction.

In this regard, the south Korean puppet group claims that a legal and institutional mechanism has been provided to ensure the U.S. forces’ automatic involvement in the local war, the U.S. agreed with the principle on striking not only the base of provocations and supporting and commanding forces and that it has become possible to make a prompt and decisive counteraction against any provocation by the north.

All these facts brought the U.S. hypocrisy to daylight and proved that the U.S. and south Korea are the root cause and chieftain of the provocation of a local war.

The above-said joint plan is a very dangerous document for invading the DPRK and an open declaration of a war of aggression against it.

Any conflict on the Korean Peninsula will immediately lead to an all-out war and a nuclear war, not confined to a local war.

The Armistice Agreement, the north-south agreements on nonaggression and the joint declaration on denuclearization of the peninsula were totally nullified due to the grave provocations of the U.S. and the puppet group. Consequently, there is no mechanism to deter a war.

Worse still, the U.S. and puppet warmongers are openly hatching sinister plots to bring down the statues of the great Generalissimos and monuments to them, symbols of the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK. In order to counter these moves, the Supreme Command of the Korean People’s Army has already declared military actions against the U.S. mainland and the bases of the U.S. imperialist aggressor forces in Hawaii, Guam and the Pacific, to say nothing of the military targets and enemy ruling institutions in south Korea.

Have the U.S. and puppet warmongers imagined what catastrophic consequences to be entailed by the “joint plan for countering the provocation of a local war” at this time?

They are seriously mistaken if they try to threaten the DPRK with such farce.

The hatred and resentment of the DPRK’s army and people are running high.

The signing of the plan will increase the justice of practical military actions of the DPRK which keeps not only Chongwadae in Seoul but the White House in Washington within the coordinates of high precision strikes. It is a foolish dream for the puppet group to seek a way out by clinging to coattails of the U.S.

The U.S. nuclear umbrella will never help protect the puppet group as it will prove ineffective in face of the powerful nuclear strikes of the DPRK.

The DPRK’s army and people which launched a final sacred war to defend the sovereignty of the country and the dignity of its supreme leadership will make a clean sweep of the U.S., the ringleader of aggression, and the pro-U.S. puppet warmongers from the surface of the earth.

There is only one thing left for North korea to do and thats to actually start armed conflict.  There is nothing left for them to do. -Mort

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9 Responses

  1. Hijabi says:

    No country has the right to go to war with another country trying to bring or instil democracy into that country.
    The US has proven over and over again they have hidden agenda’s. It doesn’t matter how they treat the
    People of their country. How many years did South Africans endure apartheid before the people fought back.
    It did not take another nation invading our country to free our people. It is up to the Korea’s themselves to
    riseup if they are being oppressed. Iraq is an example of how the US free’s a nation and
    leaves it destoyed

    • 5 War Veteran says:

      “The US has proven over and over again they have hidden agenda’s.”
      Unfortunately this seems the impression. But it is not the US at least not the people. It is the Elite who have paid a criminal government to create false wars for wealth. The illegal political Elite benefits very well from their arrangements. Follow the money and see who sold their humanity to the greedy world Elite.
      The US Government is an illegitimate entity born out of a coup in 1963. Most Americans are too stupid to realize that.
      Americans cannot be blamed for the actions of an illegal government. However they must accept responsibility for their stupidity.

  2. doesntmatter says:

    “The North’s past actions speak for themselves as does the way they treat their own people.”

    its funny when ppl are more than likely describing their own, when speaking of others XD

    • Thomas Williams says:

      I agree there are things within our (US) own history which is deplorable; but, in this instance we are on the side of right. You have a repressive regime which controls every aspect of their citizen’s lives and doesn’t allow the same rights which are guaranteed in our constitution.

  3. 5 War Veteran says:

    At the risk of sounding irreverent to the dick that runs North Korea.
    Bring it on. At least it would be a real war and not one solely for the profit of the Elite.
    Might even help the people of North Korea in the long run.

    • doesntmatter says:

      war is always strictly for the profit of the elite…the “ppl” are the only ones to have loss of life, tattered infrastructure, lost businesses and money, etc. you want real change for the better and take the profit from the elite, it has to be done with and amongst reason and civilization…you hash it out like a wild animals, youre gonna end up with wounds and scars like one. I highly doubt those are the results not even the north Korean ppl are looking for…hell, that’s what they already have o_o.

      • doesntmatter says:

        oh, but wait…then that would take us back to our responses we had to each other on another post…about ppl needing to use their free will to “do something”, right? (surely if the north koreans would just “wake up and do something” they wouldnt be in the situations they are in now, huh? well if THEY haven’t done it, why in the world do you think idiots who are additcted to alcohol (etc) and VH1(etc) gonna do it?? lol) and about how if “God” was concerned or going to do something He would have done so by now, right??

        well I stick with my thoughts on it all…as long as we have been living on this earth as the human race, we still have not learned how to be reasonable and civil amongst one another for the benefit of ALL humanity….if there is NOT something bigger than us puny humans to get it all worked out, it will NEVER happen…and I don’t need to read 1000 “history” books for my brain to put it all together and acknowledge that. but you on the other hand, still think there is a way if by just some chance, you ask the question “what will YOU DO??” enough times, change will come by the hands of another man…lol, I know that sounds silly, but in reality that’s what it looks and sounds like when i read some of your comments.

        its bigger than us, always has been, always will be…we have just been given a huge chance to prove that we can do it on our own and don’t need any outside “bigger picture” help to do it, and has been failing ever since. there will come a day where there will be many BEGGING for something bigger to step in and give some relief to the hell that has accrued on the face of this earth by the hands of pure evil, including man…and something bigger will finally, indeed respond once and for all. BUT don’t take my word for it all…the future will explain it better than I ever could.

        • 5 War Veteran says:

          You may be correct and as I look at history the only time something bigger came it created the Chicxulub crater and the dinosaurs were wiped out. Otherwise all evidence points to humanity destroying itself a few times.

          I agree with you that most wars in history went to the benefit of the Elite. If North Korea continues it too will benefit the Elite. Only because they will sell the weapons. If the North Korean Elite fall then for a while at least the people of North Korea will in many ways benefit from freedoms they have not known in many lifetimes.

          Will they be better off?

          Perhaps that man could explain it better.

  4. Thomas Williams says:

    This article is full factual misrepresentation and total stupidity. There has never been a peace treaty signed to end the fist Korean conflict and a state of ware has always existed.The have been documents which lead to a cease fire and a de facto peace; but nothing which could be called a Peace Treaty. The North attacked the South to begin the first war. The North’s past actions speak for themselves as does the way they treat their own people.

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