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Should we take this one seriously? Seems like this happens when Kim's emergency support stops rolling in. For those of you who don't know, here is the quick scoop:
North Korea has threatened war with South Korea. The issues started when Sk's propaganda speakers were playing across the border after land mines dismembered two SK troops. The speakers have been shut off for years, now they're back on. North Korea is annoyed by this and sends a shot back across at the loud speakers. SK responded with a fair amount of artillery. No ammunition hit humans on either side.
Since then, NK has declared a quasi-state of war. Preparing all troops to be on high alarm. Their demands are that SK turn off the loud speakers before (Saturday 4:00AM EST) or they will take military action.
"If South Korea does not respond to our ultimatum," North Korean U.N. ambassador An Myong Hun told reporters, "our military counteraction will be inevitable and that counteraction will be very strong."
In counter of that,
South Korean Defense Minister Han Min-koo said, "North Korea's offensive action is a despicable crime that breaks a ceasefire agreement and the non-aggression treaty between North and South. If North Korea continues on provoking, our military -- as we have already warned -- will respond sternly, and end the evil provocations of North Korea," he said, adding the country is working closely with the United States.
From what I have read from many sources, SK is showing zero signs of letting up. This one seems different from Un's past fits. This one seems alot more serious. I think South Korea has finally had enough, unfortunately.
There is no win here. If there is war, SK will...I guess concur(?) would be the right word. There is just no chance of there being another outcome. Even China has had enough of it. That being said, when that happens their will be millions of starved, deprived, uneducated, people flooding into SK for refuge. That will crash their economy and whoever is entangled with it. And not to mention the death toll. It is not good for anyone.
If it doesn't happen at all, those refugees will stay in their miserable life that they live now. And NK will go on to force feed to his people that, "We showed them! We forced the world into seeing the greatness of North Korea yet again! Now they will send us aid and riches in embarrassment of their loss!"