North Korea says they are free from any previous military agreements: War is coming; it’s only a matter of time

North-Korea-luncheon ©Provided by Gangnamtimes North Korea “war on the Korean Peninsula is a matter of timing, not possibility” Threats of ‘complete annihilation’

Revelation 6:3-4 “when he opened the second seal, I heard the second living creature say, “Come!” 4 And out came another horse, bright red. Its rider was permitted to take peace from the earth, so that people should slay one another, and he was given a great sword.

Important Takeaways:

  • North Korea “war on the Korean Peninsula is a matter of timing, not possibility” Threats of ‘complete annihilation’
  • December 3rd, North Korea threatened, “Now, a physical clash and war on the Korean Peninsula is not a matter of possibility but a matter of timing.” A North Korean military commentator stated, “Our military is now free to conduct normal military activities without being bound by any agreement,” according to the Korean Central News Agency’s report on the same day.
  • North Korea claimed that the situation on the Korean Peninsula has severely worsened due to the suspension of some provisions of the 9·19 South-North Military Agreement by South Korea.
  • The military commentator said, “The demilitarized buffer zone that has been maintained for the past five years has completely disappeared, and the extreme situation of unpredictable war outbreak is widespread.”
  • The commentator further claimed that South Korea carried out thousands of loudspeaker broadcasts provocations and intrusions of military vessels and reconnaissance aircraft into territorial waters and airspace in the frontline area until October this year, saying, “There is ample evidence to prove the fact that the enemies have violently violated the North-South Military Agreement.”
  • Referring to South Korea’s first military reconnaissance satellite launch the day before, the commentator argued, “If our satellite launch is a violation of the North-South Military Agreement (omitted)… how about the military reconnaissance satellite launch that was postponed to November 30th to December 2nd, but was finally executed in anticipation of the U.S. arbitration? No shameless person can insist that this is compliance with the agreement.”
  • North Korea warned that South Korea’s hostile act will lead to ‘complete extinction.’

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