North Korea has lashed out at Israel, labelling it a "curse on the Middle East" and an "occupying force" after Israel's defence minister called Kim Jong-Un a "madman". A North Korean foreign ministry spokesman said on Saturday that Avigdor Lieberman had "hurt the dignity of leader Kim Jong-Un" with his careless comment, North Korean state media reported."... Kim Jong-un was a madman, who was part of an "insane" gang along Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani." Wow, what a coincidence that the nations that are NO threat to the USA and would like to be our trading partners have been condemned to die by the Zionist madmen.
"The reckless remarks of the Israeli defence minister are sordid and wicked behaviour and grave challenge," a North Korean spokesman said. "Israel is the only illegal possessor of nukes in the Middle East under the patronage of the US. However, Israel vociferated about the nuclear deterrence of North Korea, slandering it, whenever an opportunity presented itself," he added.
"This is the cynical ploy to escape the world denunciation and curse as disturber of peace in the Middle East, occupier of the Arab territories and culprit of crimes against humanity."
He added that Pyongyang fully supports the struggle of the Palestinian people to regain occupied territories and establish an independent state with Jerusalem as its capital.
Lieberman said in an interview this week in the Israeli media that Kim Jong-un was a madman, who was part of an "insane" gang along Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
Why Do North Koreans Hate Us? One Reason — They Remember the Korean War
“What hardly any Americans know or remember,” University of Chicago historian Bruce Cumings writes in his book “The Korean War: A History,” “is that we carpet-bombed the north for three years with next to no concern for civilian casualties.”
How many Americans, for example, are aware of the fact that U.S. planes dropped on the Korean peninsula more bombs — 635,000 tons — and napalm — 32,557 tons — than during the entire Pacific campaign against the Japanese during World War II?
How many Americans know that “over a period of three years or so,” to quote Air Force Gen. Curtis LeMay, head of the Strategic Air Command during the Korean War, “we killed off … 20 percent of the population”?
[Supreme Court Justice] Douglas visited Korea in the summer of 1952 and was stunned by the “misery, disease, pain and suffering, starvation” that had been “compounded” by air strikes. U.S. warplanes, having run out of military targets, had bombed farms, dams, factories, and hospitals. “I had seen the war-battered cities of Europe,” the Supreme Court justice confessed, “but I had not seen devastation until I had seen Korea.”