North Korea, Kim: South’s main enemy, ready to occupy it


By John

The North Korean leader Kim Jong Un He again called South Korea Pyongyang’s “principal enemy” and vowed to protect his country through force rather than negotiations. This was reported by North Korean state media, cited by the South Korean news agency Yonhap. Kim’s remarks came as the North recently abandoned its decades-long policy of seeking reunification with the South and called for codifying the commitment to to “completely occupy” South Korean territory in the event of war. «Defining the South Korean puppets as the most harmful primary enemy and the indisputable main enemy, and deciding as a national policy to occupy their territory in case of emergency, is a reasonable measure for our country’s eternal security and peace and stability of the future,” Kim told the North Korean news agency KCNA. “Peace is not something that should be begged for or obtained in exchange for talks,” Kim said, adding that Pyongyang no longer faces the “unrealistic test” of engaging in cooperation with the South.