N. Korea To Cuts ties With S. Korea After Allegations Of Ship Sinking Orders
May 25, 2010
The idea that it was intentionally done by North Korea is far from a leap, and the entire world suspected Kim Jong-il of giving the order long before the other shoe dropped.
In fact, the only thing that is extraordinary about this story is that man-child Jong-il is throwing a tantrum once again, pulling his regime from all ties to South Korea.
The warship near the North Korean border was torpedoed back in late March, and 46 sailors were killed in the attack.
North Korea refused to respond to anything having to do with the warship, and then vehemently denied involvement.
But an international report pointed the finger directly at Kim Jong-il, offering evidence that he had ordered the strike that killed dozens of innocent people.
Now, he is reacting with the pathetic show of instability he has become so known for, showing the world once again that he is out of his ego-tripped, murdering mind.
North Korea is also setting the stage for turning things around on S. Korea, a move that was expected long before now.
“South Korean puppet army gangs have been recently trespassing our territorial waters without restraint,” North Korea’s state-run television news agency said.
“They have conducted provocative acts which severely irritate us, by making dozens of warships intrude upon our waters from 14 to 24 May.”
They are also once again threatening military action in the never ending cycle of aggressive posturing from the country and their compensating leader.