North Korea promises to kill as many citizens as necessary to resist US aggression
Butchering your own people is a modern winning strategy.
By W. E. Linde
PYONGYANG — Tensions on the Korean Peninsula spiked this week after Pyongyang sounded a defiant tone against the West and vowed to “murder as many of our proud people as necessary” to resist American aggression.
North Korea’s broadside was triggered by President Joe Biden’s address to Congress last month, where he categorized Iranian and North Korean nuclear programs as threats to the United States.
“It is ridiculous to imply that our heavenly mandated nuclear program is a threat,” said Kim Yo Jong, a sibling of national leader Kim Jong-un who he has not yet murdered. “We will not tolerate more bellicose words, and we stand ready to butcher many [more] North Koreans to show we mean business.”
The day following the release of North Korea’s statement, official state television called upon North Korean citizens to be ready to be starved, shot, strangled, or torn to pieces in an arena by various exotic animals owned by Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un.
“Glorious people of the Democra…