inflamatory statements by North Korean leader Kim at the end of 2023

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In this photo provided by the North Korean government, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un delivers a speech during a year-end plenary meeting of the ruling Workers’ Party, which was held between Dec. 26, and Dec. 30, 2023, in Pyongyang, North Korea.

In this photo provided by the North Korean government, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un delivers a speech during a year-end plenary meeting of the ruling Workers’ Party, which was held between Dec. 26, and Dec. 30, 2023, in Pyongyang, North Korea.
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SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA —
North Korea vowed to launch three new spy satellites, build military drones, and boost its nuclear arsenal in 2024 as leader Kim Jong Un said U.S. policy is making war inevitable, state media reported Sunday.
Kim lashed out at Washington in lengthy remarks at the end of five days of ruling party meetings that set economic, military and foreign policy goals for the coming year.
"Because of reckless moves by the enemies to invade us, it is a fait accompli that a war can break out at any time on the Korean Peninsula," he said, according to state news agency KCNA.
He ordered the military to prepare to "pacify the entire territory of South Korea," including with nuclear bombs, if necessary, in response to any attack.
Kim's speech comes ahead of a year that will see pivotal elections in both South Korea and the United States.
Experts predict North Korea will maintain a campaign of military pressure to try to increase any leverage around the U.S. presidential elections in November, which could see the return of former President Donald Trump, who traded in both threats and historic diplomacy with Kim.
"Pyongyang might be waiting out the U.S. presidential election to see what its provocations can buy it with the next administration," said Leif-Eric Easley, professor of international studies at Ewha Womans University in Seoul.
The administration of U.S. President Joe Biden says it is open to talks, but it imposed new sanctions as North Korea pushed ahead with more banned missile tests. The U.S. also increased drills and deployed more military assets such as nuclear-armed submarines and large aircraft carriers near the Korean Peninsula.
Kim said he could not overlook the return of such weapons, which he said had completely transformed South Korea into a "forward military base and nuclear arsenal" of the United States.
FILE - A sign for North Korea is seen on a map at the unification observatory in Paju, South Korea, Nov. 22, 2023.

FILE - A sign for North Korea is seen on a map at the unification observatory in Paju, South Korea, Nov. 22, 2023.
"If we look closely at the confrontational military actions by the enemy forces ... the word 'war' has become a realistic reality and not an abstract concept," Kim said.
Kim said he has no choice but to press forward with his nuclear ambitions and forge deeper relations with other countries that oppose the United States. North Korea has deep ties with both China and Russia.
South Koreans will also go to the polls in April for a parliamentary election that could impact the domestic and foreign agenda for conservative President Yoon Suk Yeol, who has maintained a hawkish stance toward Pyongyang.
South Korea's National Intelligence Service (NIS) warned Thursday that "there is a high possibility that North Korea could unexpectedly conduct military provocations or stage a cyberattack in 2024, when fluid political situations are expected with the elections."
Pyongyang has now ruled out the possibility of unifying with South Korea, and the country must fundamentally change its principle and direction toward South Korea, Kim said.
"North-South relations are no longer a kinship or homogeneous relationship but have completely become a relationship between two hostile countries, two belligerents at war," he said, calling the South a colonized state completely dependent on the United States for national defense and security.
Kim also promised to nurture the economy, including metals, chemicals, power, machinery and railway transportation, while modernizing wheat facilities to boost production.
One key policy goal is to invest in science and technological research at schools, he said.
In the past year, North Korea says it successfully launched its first military spy satellite and test fired new solid-fuel intercontinental ballistic missiles seen as having the range to deliver a nuclear warhead to anywhere in the United States.
A new reactor at North Korea's Yongbyon nuclear complex appears to be operating for the first time, the U.N. nuclear watchdog and independent experts said this month, which would mean an additional potential source of plutonium for nuclear weapons.
North Korea has not tested a nuclear weapon since 2017 but in recent years has taken steps to resume operations at its testing site.
Kim said 2024 would see further military development, including strengthening the nuclear and missile forces, building unmanned drones, expanding the submarine fleet and developing electronic warfare capabilities.
The fleet of spy satellites would represent the first such capability for the North.
That successful launch was preceded by two failed attempts last year when its new Chollima-1 rocket crashed into the sea.
The move raised regional tensions and sparked fresh sanctions from the U.S., Australia, Japan and South Korea. Pyongyang has yet to release any imagery from the new satellite, leaving analysts and foreign governments to debate its capabilities.
The apparent success also came after Russian President Vladimir Putin promised to help North Korea build satellites. South Korean officials said Russian aid likely made a difference in the success of the mission, though experts said it was unclear how much help Moscow could have provided.

in my opinion, neither China, nor BRICS, nor Russia, nor any country in the wider BRICS alliance, can expect the West to abandon it's asian allied countries.

therefore, these statements by Kim are entirely inflamatory.
Kim really needs to be careful about goose-stepping his country and it's people into war with the west,
which could erupt based on a cyberwar 'move', or seeing a satellite or spycraft on a 'wrong trajectory'.

North-Korea would lose such a war, i'm sure of it.
 



in my opinion, neither China, nor BRICS, nor Russia, nor any country in the wider BRICS alliance, can expect the West to abandon it's asian allied countries.

therefore, these statements by Kim are entirely inflamatory.
Kim really needs to be careful about goose-stepping his country and it's people into war with the west,
which could erupt based on a cyberwar 'move', or seeing a satellite or spycraft on a 'wrong trajectory'.

North-Korea would lose such a war, i'm sure of it.
i believe Kim is saying that to get attention. No war with North Korea was foreseen by Nostradamus according to Conversations With Nostradamus by Dolores Cannon. We need to be concerned about Iran and the Middle East. The Antichrist in Iran. The third Antichrist after Napoleon and Hitler.
 



in my opinion, neither China, nor BRICS, nor Russia, nor any country in the wider BRICS alliance, can expect the West to abandon it's asian allied countries.

therefore, these statements by Kim are entirely inflamatory.
Kim really needs to be careful about goose-stepping his country and it's people into war with the west,
which could erupt based on a cyberwar 'move', or seeing a satellite or spycraft on a 'wrong trajectory'.

North-Korea would lose such a war, i'm sure of it.

Thing is... North Korea is AT WAR with South Korea and the US. Nothing has changed in what, 60 or 70 years. It's like he knows how to do a Trump, or is it Trump does a Kim?
 
It's like he knows how to do a Trump, or is it Trump does a Kim?
almost like an entire axis of dear leaders. both these guys need padded cells next to "hitler" and the 6 guys who self identify as the emperor of france.
 
He's starting to make me miss his 'ol man....~S~
Or , he is indirectly signalling to the big BRICS boys his contempt for the Piss Pants Cabal and his willingness to work with the new and unfolding system .

I can think of three meanings for that term .
 
i believe Kim is saying that to get attention. No war with North Korea was foreseen by Nostradamus according to Conversations With Nostradamus by Dolores Cannon. We need to be concerned about Iran and the Middle East. The Antichrist in Iran. The third Antichrist after Napoleon and Hitler.
Napoleon was an antichrist? Lol
 
"North-South relations are no longer a kinship or homogeneous relationship but have completely become a relationship between two hostile countries, two belligerents at war," he said, calling the South a colonized state completely dependent on the United States for national defense and security.

Pyongyang has now ruled out the possibility of unifying with South Korea, and the country must fundamentally change its principle and direction toward South Korea, Kim said.

Reading the VOA article, I think most of what Kim said is reasonable. Pyongyang does not have an immediate plan to unify with South Korea, while minor provocations such as cyber attacks would continue.
 
Napoleon was an antichrist? Lol
The following information is from Conversations With Nostradamus by Dolores Cannon and Convoluted Universe 5 by Dolores Cannon. Nostradamus predicted a 3rd World War against The Antichrist in Iran. Nostradamus even forsaw a 4th World War where Mexico invades the United States in the year 2030. Nostradamus said the whole world will get sick and tired of war.
 
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has sent a “message of sympathy” to Prime Minister Fumio Kishida following the devastating earthquake in Ishikawa Prefecture earlier this week that has left 100 people dead and more than 200 missing.

On a rare occasion, Kim Jong Un showed human decency. Rather than threats or provocations, Kim had “expressed his deep sympathy and condolences to the prime minister and, through him, to the bereaved families and victims" of the massive earthquake in Ishikawa.

In the extremely rare communication between the two countries’ leaders — Kim's first to Kishida — the North Korean strongman said he “sincerely hoped that the people in the affected areas would ... restore their stable life at the earliest date possible.”
 



in my opinion, neither China, nor BRICS, nor Russia, nor any country in the wider BRICS alliance, can expect the West to abandon it's asian allied countries.

therefore, these statements by Kim are entirely inflamatory.
Kim really needs to be careful about goose-stepping his country and it's people into war with the west,
which could erupt based on a cyberwar 'move', or seeing a satellite or spycraft on a 'wrong trajectory'.

North-Korea would lose such a war, i'm sure of it.
South Korea is preparing 2 outer islands in answer to North Korea's Kim Jong Ugh's calling his forces to prepare to annihilate South Korea and the United States. And more:
 


This time, the threat is real. Kim expressed his belief that ``the constitution should clearly state that in the event of war, the Republic of Korea will be completely occupied, pacified, and regained.''

The New York Times reported, citing multiple US government officials, "North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may take some kind of deadly military action against South Korea in the coming months.''

“The officials have assessed that Kim’s recent harder line is part of a pattern of provocations, but that his declarations have been more aggressive than previous statements and should be taken seriously.” The article continues, “While the officials added that they did not see an imminent risk of a full-scale war on the Korean Peninsula, Kim could carry out strikes in a way that he thinks would avoid rapid escalation.”


 
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This time, the threat is real. Kim expressed his belief that ``the constitution should clearly state that in the event of war, the Republic of Korea will be completely occupied, pacified, and regained.''

The New York Times reported, citing multiple US government officials, "North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may take some kind of deadly military action against South Korea in the coming months.''

“The officials have assessed that Kim’s recent harder line is part of a pattern of provocations, but that his declarations have been more aggressive than previous statements and should be taken seriously.” The article continues, “While the officials added that they did not see an imminent risk of a full-scale war on the Korean Peninsula, Kim could carry out strikes in a way that he thinks would avoid rapid escalation.”



Kim Jong-Un is walking on very thin ice, and he's likely to freeze to death when it breaks.
 
North Korea's Kim inspects rice paddies.
It's funny to fools, but it was under him that North Korea solved the food problem. And this in the conditions of blockade, with a minimum amount of agricultural land.
At the same time, the country went into space, produces high-tech products, which it sells to other countries.
 

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