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North Korea Threatens U.S. With “Overwhelming Response”

After accusing the United States of wanting to plan an “armed invasion,” North Korea promised an “overwhelming response.” This military action threat is in response to the U.S. and South Korea’s unveiling of a new deterrence strategy” aimed at the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea). Pyongyang is claiming that the U.S. has escalated the “nuclear threat” on the Korean peninsula.

In comments carried by the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Thursday, a Pyongyang military spokesman responded to high-level talks between Washington and Seoul earlier this week.-RT

“The actions of US military officials in the puppet area… clearly show that the main culprit causing the escalation of the situation on the Korean peninsula is none other than the United States and its followers,” the statement said, referring to the meetings in the South Korean capital. The spokesman went on to say that North Korea would develop “more offensive and overwhelming response capabilities” and pursue “visible strategic deterrent military actions.”

The joint security talks involved US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and top South Korean military officials, who pledged to step up nuclear and conventional forces as part of a revised “Tailored Deterrence Strategy” against Pyongyang, according to a report by RT. 

“Our deterrence commitment to [South Korea] remains ironclad – that includes a full range of our nuclear, conventional, and missile defense capabilities,” Austin told reporters, going on to tout several recent U.S. deployments in the region.

War is a racket, and far too many people are jumping on board and sighing up to kill or be killed for the ruling class, who we all know is not going to do the same for us.

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Conscription could be on the horizon, so we need to wise up quickly and start telling the sociopaths that think they own us “no.” So far, North Korea has been full of empty threats, much like Russia. But how long is that going to last?

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