North Korea warns ‘no force on EARTH can stop us’ in bizarre rant on nuclear might

Friday, January 5, 2018
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea has warned “no force on earth” can stop its quest for nuclear weapons in a bizarre tirade against the west.

Fri, Jan 5, 2018

Despite appearing to thaw this year, with Kim Jong-un agreeing to talks with South Korea, a newspaper editorial showed North Korea was not slowing down its warmongering.

In state-run newspaper Rodong Sinmun today, the hermit kingdom said its leader would ensure “victory to the Korean army and people.”

The editorial called for the people of North Korea to come together and North “achieve a fresh victory on all fronts”.

It stated: “No force on the earth can block the vigorous advance of Korea as it is under the outstanding and tested guidance of the Workers’ Party of Korea which leads our style of socialism to victory.

“The Supreme Leader’s New Year Address serves as an inspiring banner that gives the confidence in sure victory to the Korean army and people.

“He in the New Year address proudly declared that we have realised the wish of the great leaders who devoted all their life to providing the strongest national defence capability for reliably safeguarding the country’s sovereignty.

“And we have created a mighty sword for defending peace, as desired by all our people who had to tighten their belts for long years.”

North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un said in a New Year statement he was open to dialogue with the South and could send a delegation to the Winter Olympics.

Talks between the Korean neighbours are set to be held on January 9, despite warnings fro the US it is a bluff and Pyongyang’s nuclear ambitions show no sign of slowing.

The negotiations will be the first in two years, and will be held at the border truce village of Panmunjom.

Officials from both sides are expected to discuss the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and the improvement of relations.

Japan’s defence minister on Friday sounded a note of caution about the talks, saying North Korea would continue developing its weapons programme and Tokyo would remain vigilant.

Itsunori Onodera warned: “I think what is important is to maintain a firm defence posture.

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