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Very very VERY upset!

Is the wee man on the DPRK newsdesk……

chinese_anger

                                  Aw naw! Not the Statues!

nk

Despite all the threats, a North Korean attack on the US or US bases is about as likely as Rolf being asked to do next year’s Children in Need. For a start, surely the most crucial aspect of succesful military action is the element of surprise? It is hardly a wise move to publish your plan of attack.

War these days though can be waged in different ways and one wonders who is responsible for this week’s cyber attacks on South Korea?

The experts all think that if North Korea attack anyyone, it  will be their southern neighbours – and that war may already have started.

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2 Responses

  1. A bucket of nuclear sunshine won’t just smash the statues it will ruin their whole week

  2. That guy’s not North Korean – he doesn’t sport an approved haircut. (See BLFP passim.)

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