Pyongyang -North Korea has been out of the mainstream media coverage in the United States for the past few days. Coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing, and the Texas explosion.
North Korea has kept up a steady stream of rhetoric
The Korean Central News Agency reports, “Traitor Kim Jang Su, security chief of Chongwadae in south Korea, shortly ago, let loose a whole string of jargons. He blustered he was of the view that the north was not capable of starting an all-out war, but it is poised to ignite a local war any time and so it is necessary to retaliate against it by all means by targeting bases of provocation and supporting and commanding forces when the north provokes”.
Rodong Sinmun Sunday observes in a bylined commentary in this regard: “His remarks are a clear proof of the reckless scenario of the south Korean puppet regime to get on the nerves of the DPRK and deliberately escalate the tension between the north and the south in a bid to ignite a war against the DPRK at any cost”.
“The military muscle of the DPRK including nuclear deterrent is so tremendous that the south Korean authorities can neither predict nor estimate as they are mere colonial puppets of the U.S.”