Wednesday, April 03, 2013
N. Korea: 'Moment of Explosion is Approaching Fast'
North Korea is again threatening to start a nuclear war, claiming it can strike its enemies with a "smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear force."
Foreign Confidential analysts believe that the period from April 15, which is the birthday of North Korea's founder and "Eternal President," Kim Il Sung, to July 27, the day the Korean War armistice was signed in 1953--called a "Commemorative Day of War Victory" in the North--is almost certain to be an especially dangerous time. The North, backed by Iran, appears to be bent on starting some kind of conflict, as crazy as this may seem to most Americans.
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