NEWS: North Korea Sends Grim Message To Japan.

Sup Travellers!! It seems like everyday North Korea finds different ways to get more attention. After threatening the United States and South Korea with nuclear strikes they have now turned their eyes to another target--- Japan.

The Korean Central News Agency today warned that Tokyo will be its first target if Japan keeps up its "hostile posture" toward Pyongyang, Yonhap News reports. "Japan is always in the cross-hairs of our revolutionary army and if Japan makes a slightest move, the spark of war will touch Japan first," wrote the KCNA, according to the RT Network.

North Korea warned Japan not to try shooting down any test missiles it might launch. Any "provocation" by Japan would end with Tokyo "consumed in nuclear flames," warned KCNA. US Secretary of State John Kerry, in Seoul today, reiterated that any missile launch by North Korea would be a "huge mistake," reports Yonhap News. Tomorrow Kerry heads to China to urge leaders there to do more to control Pyongyang. "There is no group of leaders on the face of the planet who have more capacity to make a difference in this than the Chinese," said Kerry.


It really looks like North Korea is getting out of hand. I don't think that they pose much of a threat because it's really them against the world. North Korea hasn't done any damage to anyone yet but I can assure you if they do, hundreds of rockets from all around the world will be heading their way. I don't think North Korea should continue this because if they do I don't see this ending too well for them. But at the end of the day this doesn't change the fact that my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.


  1. Although I don't agree with Nth Korea's tactics, I'm afraid this was bound to happen sooner or later the way the US puts sanctions on countries. Go back to WW 2 and this is why Japan attacked Pearl Harbour.
    It's ok for Kerry to say China holds the power in defuse this, but so do the States by softening the sanctions. After all, you only hurt the people of the countries, not the leaders.
    Why the heck he's picking on Japan I don't know.First it was the US and Guam. Then it was Hawaii


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