The NoKo's are now demanding an apology. Isn't that just like our own libtards? They screw things up so badly and hate themselves to such a dergree that they demand apologies from people that owe them NONE!
Screw political correctness. Screw diversity. Screw multiculturalism. Screw all fo that crap and screw North Korea.
[...] North and South Korea exchanged fire today at sea before the damaged North Korean ship retreated. Initial reports said there were no casualties. [...]
I guess the South Koreans "forgot" that Obama was in charge...of something.
[...] A badly damaged North Korean patrol ship retreated in flames Tuesday after a skirmish with a South Korean naval vessel along their disputed western coast, South Korean officials said.
The first naval clash in seven years broke out just a week before President Barack Obama is due to visit Seoul, raising suspicions the North’s communist regime is trying to rachet up tensions to gain a negotiating advantage.
There were no South Korean casualties, the country’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement, and it was not immediately clear if there were any casualties on the North Korean side. Each side blamed the other for violating the sea border. [...]
The two Koreas exchanged naval gunfire off the coast of North Korea in disputed waters - the first time in seven years shots had been fired in anger.
The North Koreans started it - the South Koreans finished it, according to this New York Times report by Choe Sang-Hun: [...]
Korean Navies Trade Fire for First Time in Seven Years
North and South Korean naval vessels exchanged fire in disputed waters off the western coast of the Korean Peninsula on Tuesday, leaving one North Korean vessel engulfed in flames, South Korean officials said.
One North Korean sailor was killed and three others injured, according to MBC, a South Korean television station. The South Korean defense minister, Kim Tae-young, told Parliament that he could not confirm the report.
The two Koreas accused each other of violating territorial waters, provoking the fierce two-minute skirmish. It was the first border fighting in seven years between the countries, which technically remain at war after fighting in the 1950-3 Korean War ended in a truce rather than a permanent peace treaty. [...]
Does Czarboe believe in Treaties?
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