Kim Jong-un (center) has proven to be a more dangerous leader than his father, which threatens South Korea and potentially the United States.(KNS/AFP/Getty Images)
Kim Jong-un (center) has proven to be a more dangerous leader than his father, which threatens South Korea and potentially the United States.
(KNS/AFP/Getty Images)

Is the Korean War Back On?

March 18, 2013  •  From theTrumpet.com
During the last week, North Korea’s behavior veered into unprecedented territories of outlandishness. What’s next?
 

Analysts are accustomed to bizarre words and actions from North Korea, but its behavior the last week has left the world to wonder what the Hermit Kingdom will do next.

On March 11, Pyongyang declared that it had nullified the 1953 truce that ended the Korean War. “The U.S. has reduced the armistice agreement to a dead paper,” the country’s state-run media said.

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