The “U.S. imperialist aggressor” is threatening to spark a second Korean war, said the North Korean military in a statement. If the U.S. and it’s “puppets” Japan and South Korea “recklessly” intrude into our territory “even 0.0001 mm” or shoot down our “peaceful” satellite-launching missile, North Korea will respond with “prompt merciless military actions.” And not just against the military units of these “war maniacs," but against the “strongholds of the U.S. and Japanese aggressors.” So “behave with discretion” America—this aggression “will precisely mean a war.”
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