DPRK warns of "blowing up" S. Korean propaganda tools

13:01, June 12, 2010      

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South Korean Navy patrol combat corvettes stage an anti-submarine exercise off the western coast of Taean on May 27, 2010. (Photo: Chinanews.com)


The military of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) warned on Saturday that it will "blow up" South Korea's loudspeakers and other propaganda tools.

The DPRK military "would blow up with sighting shots loudspeakers and all other means for a psychological warfare in case the group of traitors resumes the psychological warfare against the DPRK in the areas along the front," said a declaration issued by the General Staff of the Korean People's Army (KPA) via the KCNA official news agency.

It said the move was aimed at defeating South Korea's attempt to resume the psychological warfare against the DPRK.

From a military point of view, the installing of means for psychological warfare is “a direct declaration of a war against the DPRK,”said the declaration.

"The KPA would launch an all-out military strike to blow up the group's means for the psychological warfare against the DPRK in all areas along the front," said the declaration.


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