Monday, December 12, 2011

North Korea Threatens South Korea with "Unexpected Consequences"

North Korea warned its neighbor to the south, South Korea, that there will be "unexpected consequences" if they turn on their Christmas lights and displays near the border.

North Korea views this act as propaganda attempts and "a mean attempt for psychological warfare" against the communist country. They also threaten immediate retaliation when the lights are turned on.

According to the North Korean web site, Uriminzokkiri, "The enemy warmongers... should be aware that they should be held responsible entirely for any unexpected consequences that may be caused by their scheme."

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