North Korea Threatens South Korea… By Fax

Warns of strike ‘without notice’

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The North Korean military this week warned it might “ruthlessly” attack South Korea, and it sent the threat by fax.

A South Korean news agency reported Friday that the message was sent in response to rallies held in Seoul on Tuesday, where protesters criticized the North’s authoritarian rule by burning photos of Kim Jong Un, the country’s dictator.

The attack could come “without any notice,” the menacing fax stated.

Despite the threat, South Korean officials said they had not detected unusual military activity in the North.  Indeed, the North has a history of threatening military action and not following through.

A spokesperson from South Korea’s defense ministry said the country was prepared to “sternly react” to any military provocations from the North.

7 comments
jefforsythe9
jefforsythe9

Recently I viewed a documentary where a young N Korean man, who escaped to S Korea, told his story how he was born in a slave camp. At fourteen, he heard his mother and older brother discussing an escape and told on them. A few days later  he was escorted to the courtyard to witness his mother's and brother's execution. This is N Korea today. On the other hand, the Chinese Communist Party has treated its people exactly like this since 1949 and is still doing so.
People living in the West have not been allowed to know the truth
concerning the brutal Chinese Communist Party. It is a blood-thirsty
cult that has murdered over fifty million of its own people since 1949
and if it was not for the strength of the American military, it would
have eliminated Western civilization years ago. But because of
insatiable human greed the true nature of this evil Party has never been
  exposed to us in the West. Just keep shopping.

Stop
Stop

A fax? hahaha

GongfuPath
GongfuPath

LOL! Everything North Korea does is pathetic and funny. 

InguKang
InguKang

As we get more tech savvy, hopefully Kim Jong Un will learn how to use his gmail account instead of wasting paper for useless stuff...

splash
splash

at least fax's are still used for something