"Physical action to South Korean - U.S Military forces" If exercises this week t

  1. romper20 profile image87
    romper20posted 7 years ago

    "Physical action to South Korean - U.S Military forces" If exercises this week take place.

    I was reading earlier that the U.S and South Korean military forces are going to be executing Military Exercise's this week. I also heard that Crazy Kim Jong announced "PHYSICAL ACTION" if it is held. There is definetly something wrong here... Anyone want to fill me in on what phyical action might just mean to the "PEACE TREATY." I find this rather insane.

  2. The Power Glider profile image60
    The Power Gliderposted 7 years ago

    The first thing to clarify is that there was never a 'peace treaty' signed for the Korean War. The generally accepted border between the two countries (North and South Korea) are simply the formal battle lines agreed upon in the Korean War Armistice. South Korea and the United States defend from the south and the North Korea defends from the north the battle line that still remains and is referred to as the 'De-Militarized Zone'. There has never been any guarantee of peace there. 

    In many respects, since the Korean War the region has been a powder keg. If the balance of power were to be dramatically tipped one way or another it could easily go off. It's hard to say whether things more closely resemble a cloak and dagger version of cat and mouse or a high stakes version of playing chicken. There's no doubt that it's a dangerous situation there.  I just hope that the drama is kept to an absolute minimum.

  3. SheriSapp profile image60
    SheriSappposted 7 years ago

    North Korea is ruled by a madman, and I would put nothing past him. At this point, we can't even look to China to help because they own so much of our debt, they don't even need to pretend to listen to the USA