Friday, January 30, 2009

North Korea tears up agreements



Source: BBC

Communist North Korea has said it is scrapping all military and political agreements signed with the South, accusing Seoul of hostile intent.

South Korea's government had pushed relations "to the brink of a war", the North's cross-border relations body said on state media.

Seoul expressed regret at the move, while the US called it "unhelpful".

Relations have deteriorated since South Korea's President Lee Myung-bak took a harder line approach to the North.


Sooner or later North Korea is going to start a war it cannot win.

3 comments:

Roger Williams said...

We need to focus on the real issue here: how do we blame this on George Bush?!

Ryan said...

Perhaps it will start that war when it becomes clear it faces a peace it cannot win.

Degenerasian said...

It can achieve peace easily. Just join the south :)