Park Geun-hye, the South Korea’s first female president
Korea, April 16, 2013
The calm over the past two days in Pyongyang has been a striking contrast to the steady flow of retaliatory threats North Korea has issued over ongoing military exercises between South Korea and the United States. No attack, nuclear missiles lunched, only new threats were issued
As a matter of facts, instead of going to war against the world, on Tuesday, North Korea threatened the South Korea with imminent “sledge-hammer” retaliation unless Seoul apologized for anti-Pyongyang protesters burning effigies of its revered leaders.
As North Korea celebrated the birth of their late founding leader Kim Il-Sung, protesters in Seoul burned portraits of Kim, his son Kim Jong-Il and grandson and current leader Kim Jong-Un. Condemning that “thrice-cursed… monstrous criminal act”, North Korea issued an ultimatum threatening just and immediate action if an apology was not forthcoming: ”Our retaliatory action will start without any notice. The military demonstration… will be powerful sledgehammer blows at all hostile forces hurting the dignity of the supreme leadership” North Korea said.
As a great apology, South Korea called the North Korean ultimatum regrettable and pledged a tough response to any military provocation from the North.
Wow, what an apology!
This leads me to believe that Park Geun-hye has more balls than Little Kim.