by UNCENSORED NEWS
| November 26, 2010 at 01:05 pm
Recent talks between South Korea and North Korea proved unsuccessful and the deliberate violation of what is considered an 'Armistice Agreement' between the South and North Korea caused Kim Jong II to make a serious statement to the press. He said "South Korean Puppet Warmongers are pushing him to the "brink of war." Last week when artillery fire broke out between the two countries over a dispute involving U.S. military maneuvers with South Korea, Jong II stepped up N. Korea's defense strategies. North Korea diplomats want to set the record straight as they report to the press that “South Korea has been using psychological warfare against them to try and bring democracy to the area.” They have been a communist country for centuries. Now, The Panmunjom Mission of the Korean People's Army on November 23 sent the following notice to the U.S. forces side: "The Panmunjom Mission of the KPA in the notice particularly emphasized the fact that the U.S. forces side, too, is to blame for the incident. The West Sea of Korea turned into disputed waters always fraught with the danger of confrontation and clash between the north and the south because of the illegal "northern limit line" unilaterally fixed by the U.S. inside the territorial waters of the DPRK. The U.S., therefore, cannot evade the blame for the recent shelling,” it said. According to reporters in Seoul, propaganda advertising distributed to millions of citizens claimed that S. Korea denounces the DPRK regime. It describes their desire to have better relations with neighboring country, North Korea in a Democratic relationship. The leaflets were sent from four locations in Gangwon and Gyeonggi Provinces, south of the border via balloons Tuesday afternoon, according to reporters at Seoul's Yonhap News Agency. The new wave of tensions "Codename Hoguk' is considered activated in full force by the DPRK who is trying to counteract what they believe is an act of aggression against them that jeopardizes the safety of their country policies and government.
The South Korea's military printed near 1.2 million propaganda leaflets after Seoul accused Pyongyang of sinking a South Korean warship in March that killed 46 sailors, but it had held off on flying them north. Seoul also set up the loudspeakers along the heavily fortified border with the North, as part of countermeasures following the ship sinking. A senior official said the military has not been decided yet whether to resume anti-North propaganda broadcasting, and "it will depend on North's further move," according to local media.
As already reported, the south Korean puppet war-like forces Tuesday committed another grave military provocation such as firing shells into the territorial waters of the DPRK side in the West Sea of Korea. The revolutionary armed forces of the DPRK took a prompt and resolute physical counter-action against the provocateurs who dared fire even shells into the territorial waters of the DPRK side while staging the maneuvers for a war of aggression against it codenamed Hoguk.