The Dummy-in-Chief was caught off guard earlier this week when the world discovered that North Korea had a modern uranium enrichment program that could fuel nuclear weapons, and he remained flat-footed as North Korea fired dozens of shells onto an island controlled by long-time adversary South Korea in what is being called “one of the most serious border incidents” since the Korean War in the early 50s.
Play time is over, Jackass. The lunatic is on the grass. What are you going to do?
Some 50 shells landed on the South Korean border island of Yeonpyeong near the tense Yellow Sea border, damaging dozens of houses and sending plumes of thick smoke into the air, YTN television reported.
One South Korean marine — part of a contingent based permanently on the frontline island — was killed and 13 other marines were wounded, the military said. YTN said two civilians were also hurt.
“A Class-A military alert issued for battle situations was imposed immediately after shelling began,” a military spokesman said.
Sporadic firing by each side continued for over an hour before dying out, the military said.
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A US special envoy headed to China Tuesday to seek its help in curbing North Korea’s new nuclear project, revealed to US experts who described a sophisticated programme to enrich uranium.
Stephen Bosworth has also visited South Korea and Japan this week to discuss the disclosure, which US officials say would allow the isolated North to build new atomic bombs.
Bosworth, speaking in Tokyo, ruled out a resumption of stalled six-nation talks — aimed at denuclearising the North in return for aid and other concessions — while work continues on the enrichment drive.
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