North Korea Threatens Strike on Whole U.S. Mainland
December 22, 2014
North Korea has now threatened an attack on the
"whole U.S. mainland, that cesspool of terrorism." And
that's because they feel President Barack Obama is "recklessly"
spreading rumors of a Pyongyang-orchestrated cyber attack on
N. Korea also threatened to specifically attack
the White House and the Pentagon.
While Americans are getting used to the hype
of North Korea's massive propaganda machine, the U.S. is not
taking the new threats lightly. They are watching N.
Korea's next move very carefully.
President Obama has also promised to respond
to the North Korean cyber attack. [ AS SOON AS HIS 17 DAY VACATION IN HAWAII IS OVER, CAN'T LOSE HIS SPOT ON THE LINKS] The United States has
accused N. Korea of spreading terror threats against movie
theaters and caused Sony to cancel "The Interview's" release.
Washington is considering whether to put North Korea back
on the list of state sponsors of terrorism.
Obama, who promised to respond
"proportionately" to North Korea's attack, reminded
Americans that it is cyber vandalism, not an act of war.
Meanwhile, the North Korean National Defense Commission, led by Kim, warned
that North Korea's 1.2 million-member army is ready to use all
types of warfare against the U.S.