Kim Jong Un threatens to ‘put an end’ to South Korea if attacked

SpaceWar.com reports: “North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called South Korea Pyongyang’s ‘primary enemy’ and warned that his military would ‘put an end’ to the South if attacked, state-run media reported on Friday.

Kim made the remarks Thursday during an address at the Ministry of National Defense to mark the 76th anniversary of the founding of the country’s military, Korean Central News Agency reported.

‘If our enemies dare to use force against our country, we will make a bold decision that will change history and will not hesitate to mobilize all the superpowers at our disposal to put an end to them,’ Kim said, referring to South Korea.

The belligerent tone comes as relations between the two Koreas are at their lowest in years. North Korea publicly rejected its long-held goal of unification with the South last month, with Kim calling for a constitutional change to define South Korea as its ‘primary enemy state and invariable principal enemy.’

In his speech Thursday, Kim praised the decision to name South Korea as the ‘most harmful and primary enemy of our country’ and said the North would ‘take over and stabilize their territory in the event of an emergency.’

He added that the move to reclassify South Korea as a hostile country establishes the ‘legality to attack and destroy at any time.’…”

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