A North Korea warning has been once again made this week by North Korean propaganda sources and military dictator, Kim Jong-un. The latest threats foretell possible nuclear action, even war, against the U.S. and South Korea if they do not put an immediate end to their military practices. While the Asian country has long been saying that serious and even catastrophic action will be taken if these joint martial exercises continue, The Republic News reveals this Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, that there are now new claims of the U.S. even building secret forces in Asia as a further act of armed provocation.
The North Korea warning is primarily given in response to Foal Eagle — a several-weeks-long joint military drill that the U.S. and South Korea collaborate on in case of a warlike emergency in the East. For much of late 2013, threats of nuclear war and missile launchings were given by political leader Kim Jong-un, with talk of “final destruction” being possible if these maneuvers are not instantly ended near North Korean territory.
However, these threats have so far been empty — and almost daily — promises from the North Korean propaganda machine, and neither the U.S. or South Korea have released any statements saying that they will be stopping their military exercises together. However, the new salvos fired by the media against the joint nations are that the U.S. is using South Korea as a “secret base” to build up its overall military forces in the Asian region. These forces are then allegedly meant to invade the rest of Korea — officially known as the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) — and dominate both countries.
According to the North Korea warning press release:
"It is the strategic goal of the U.S. to invade the DPRK, bring its neighboring countries under its control with it as a stepping-stone and, furthermore, dominate the whole Asia-Pacific region," the ruling party's Rodong Sinmun said in a new analysis announced this Monday. "The U.S. is working hard to kick off large-scale joint military drills this year, too, for the purpose of mounting a pre-emptive nuclear attack upon the DPRK."
The North Korean government has requested its rivals to stop their military actions and partake in a “mutual vilification” in order to foster more peaceful relations between the at-odds countries. However, dictator Kim Jong-un also made it quite clear through his representatives that the country would still keep up its growing nuclear weapons program.
Leader Kim Jong-un has also made headlines this week after it was revealed that he had publicly executed not only his “traitorous” uncle, Jang Song Thaek, but also killed many of Thaek’s family and relatives — including women and children — as a warning sign of intimidation.