Tuesday, October 17, 2006

North Korea says U.N. sanctions are a declaration of war

BREITBART.COM - North Korea says U.N. sanctions against the country are a declaration of war:
"'The resolution cannot be construed otherwise than a declaration of a war' against the North, also known at the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the statement said."

NEWS FLASH for Kim Jong-Il: Your country has been at war with the United Nations since 1950. The armistice in place since 1953 only halted hostilities during negotiations for a treaty of peace. It should be clear after more than half a century of talks (in which the items successdully negotiated included such weighty matters as the sizes of flags to be displayed on the table in front of each delegation) that no such resolution of the 1950 conflict is forthcoming. The hostilities threatened by the North would just be North Korea vs. The United Nations, Part Two.


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