Thursday, March 28, 2013

N Korea threatens to strike Hawaii, U.S. mainland ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

North Korea’s military put its “strategic” rocket units on a war footing Tuesday, with a fresh threat to strike targets on the U.S. mainland, Hawaii and Guam, as well as South Korea.

The move came as South Korea marked the third anniversary of the sinking of its naval vessel “Cheonan” by what Seoul insists was a North Korean submarine.

“All artillery troops including strategic rocket units and long-range artillery units are to be placed under class-A combat readiness,” the Korean People’s Army (KPA) supreme command said in a statement.

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Comment: Don't worry about Hawaii, that's going to be given to the Chinese as payment for U.S. debt and as such, they've likely warned Pyongyang not to touch it or else. That'll give the politburo members a clean safe place to live while the rest of the Chinese nation chokes on all the pollution. The really good news is, we probably won't be seeing Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein or Nancy Pelosi too much longer. Sort of makes you think that old George Straight song about "Oceanfront Property in Arizona" was kinda prophetic.. 

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