Jan 18, 2009

Another Test for Obama: Two Koreas Square Off, Tensions High

South Korea's army on full alert after North's military threat.
SEOUL, South Korea – South Korea said its army remained on alert Sunday, a day after North Korea threatened military action in response to Seoul's hard-line stance against its communist regime.
The latest harsh rhetoric from the isolated regime appeared aimed at heightening tensions on the divided peninsula and could be a test for Barack Obama days before he is sworn in as the new U.S. president.
The North's Korean People's Army called South Korean President Lee Myung-bak a "traitor" and accused him of preparing a military provocation, according to a statement carried Saturday by the North's state-run Korean Central News Agency.
Pyongyang said it was adopting "an all-out confrontational posture" and warned of a "strong military retaliatory step." South Korea immediately put its forces on alert.















Lets face it, everyone in the world knows Obama is a liberal, they are going to test him, which means they are testing the United States.
Remember ....
North Korea has nuclear weapons.

1 comment:

Get-R-Done said...

Well pull our troops out now and let them kill one another off.