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Posted by on Apr 9, 2012 in Energy, International, Media, Places, Politics, Science & Technology, War | 3 comments

‘Unimaginable and Miserable Punishment’ to Follow Interception of DPRK Satellite (Rodong Sinmun, North Korea)

Are the U.S., South Korea, Japan, China and Russia all wrong about Pyongyang’s launch of a satellite atop a rocket capable of delivering a nuclear weapon? According to this lengthy Stalinist commentary from North Korea’s state-run Rodong Sinmun, the U.S., Japan and the ‘group of traitors’ running south Korea had better reconsider plans to intercept the rocket, which is expected to be launched this week, or face an ‘unimaginable’ counterstrike.

The ‘commentary’ from North Korea’s state-run Rodong Sinmun – a much longer commentary that one usually finds in North Korean media, starts out this way:

The puppet forces of south Korea recently bluffed about “intercepting” a Kwangmyongsong-3 satellite of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. This is a fresh provocation.

These traitors aligned with the United States are saying that they will track the satellite projectile’s orbit by mobilizing military hardware, including monitoring devices, missiles, and an Aegis destroyer, in order to intercept the satellite to prevent its debris from hitting anything.

The U.S., meanwhile, is busy with an emergency transfer from Hawaii of an ultra-modern maritime radar system called “Sea-based X-band Radar system” for the purpose of tracking and monitoring the satellite and assisting in its interception. Japan is also making reckless remarks about intercepting the satellite if and when its propulsion systems fall within the Japanese archipelago.

While talking up the possibility of an “assault and provocation” from someone, the warmongers of south Korea’s puppet military worked out their “plan for striking corresponding targets.” And without hesitation, they let loose a spate of balderdash about “striking Pyongyang.”

South Korea’s military warmongers, including puppet Defense Minister Kim Kwan-jin, openly blustered about how they would strike Pyongyang if Seoul were attacked, claiming that now it is possible to independently “punish” according to the “right to “self-defense.” In the past, their position has been to blame regulations under the Armistice Agreement and relations with the “U.N. Command” for having to “restrain themselves” in the face of an attack by the north.

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