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    Post by Lobo Sat 05 Mar 2016, 6:22 pm

    North Korean tyrant Kim Jong Un threatens to 'clearly show the end' of South Korean president after demanding his nuclear missiles be readied for immediate launch 

    • Kim Jong-Un threatens to 'clearly show the end' to South Korea's President
    • It is the first time Kim Jong-Un has openly denounced Park Geun-hye
    • North Korean media previously called her 'a devil, not a woman'
    • For more of the latest on Kim Jong-un visit www.dailymail.co.uk/kimjongun

    By Tom Wyke for MailOnline
    Published: 03:42 EST, 5 March 2016 | Updated: 12:46 EST, 5 March 2016








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    Kim Jong-Un has increased his outspoken war of words by threatening to 'clearly show the end' to South Korea's President Park Geun-hye, in one of his most outspoken outbursts in public.
    It is the first time Kim Jong-Un has openly denounced the South Korean President in such strong words, with the state's media usually responsible for issuing the threats. 
    The North Korean media has rarely held back in criticising Seoul, once describing the South Korean president as a 'bat living in a cave' and going as far as calling her 'a devil, not a woman.'
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    Kim Jong-Un has increased his outspoken war of rhetoric by threatening to 'clearly show the end' of South Korea's President Park Geun-hye, in one of his most outspoken outbursts in public
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    It is the first time Kim Jong-Un has openly denounced the South Korean President  Park Geun-hye in such strong words, with the state's media usually responsible for issuing the threats.
    'In order to prevent future leaders from silly behaviour like Park's, it is necessary to clearly show the end of Park,' said Mr Kim, according to the Korea Central News Agency (KCNA).
    'Park should be considerate and behave reasonably, ceasing her rash behaviour toward our nuclear armament,' he said.
    Perhaps inspired by the North's recent short-range missile launches, which ended up in the sea, Kim boasted that South Korea could be obliterated in a nuclear strike at 'any time'.
    'If Park carries out trivial military behaviour, then there won't be any time to regret,' he claimed.
    South Korea has remained relatively calm amid its neighbour's heightened threats although President Park has vowed to retaliate if the North is militarily aggressive towards them. 
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    Perhaps inspired by the North's recent short-range missile launches, which ended up in the sea, Kim boasted that South Korea could be obliterated in a nuclear strike at 'any time' 
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    'In order to prevent future leaders from silly behaviour like Park's, it is necessary to clearly show the end of Park,' said Mr Kim
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    North Korea's relentless pursuit of nuclear weapons remains a major concern for South Korea, the USA and its allies
    Kim may be enjoying a war of words towards South Korea but the secret state is now facing fresh diplomacy problems further afield.
    The Philippines confirmed it has impounded a North Korean vessel in response to tough new United Nations sanctions introduced in response to Pyongyang's recent nuclear and ballistic missile tests.
    The 6,830-tonne cargo ship Jin Teng will not be allowed to leave Subic port, northeast of the capital Manila, where it had been docked for three days and its crew will be deported.
    The news was revealed by the country's presidential spokesman Manolo Quezon, speaking on state-run radio station Radyo ng Bayan.
    It was the first reported case of the sanctions - the toughest to date, which were adopted late Wednesday by the UN Security Council - being enforced.
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    South Korea has remained relatively calm amid its neighbour's heightened threats although President Park has vowed to retaliate if the North is militarily aggressive towards them
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    Kim maybe enjoying a war of words towards South Korea but in the secret state is now facing diplomacy problems further afield
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    The Philippines confirmed it has impounded a North Korean vessel in response to tough new United Nations sanctions introduced in response to Pyongyang's recent nuclear and ballistic missile tests
    'The world is concerned over North Korea's nuclear weapons programme and as a member of the UN, the Philippines has to do its part to enforce the sanctions,' Quezon said.
    A team from the UN is expected to inspect the ship in the port, located near a former United States naval base, foreign affairs spokesman Charles Jose said.
    Jose told AFP the ship was impounded 'in compliance with the UN resolution' and did not depend on the results of the inspections.
    The Jin Teng, carrying palm kernels, was searched for the second time today, this time using electronic weapons sensors, coastguard spokesman Commander Armand Balilo told AFP.
    Balilo said no explosives, drugs or banned substances have been found so far and he confirmed the 21 crewmen were 'very cooperative'.
    North Korea has no embassy in the Philippines. Its embassies in Thailand and Indonesia were unavailable for comment when contacted by AFP.
    There are no other North Korean ships docked in Subic, according to the coastguard.
    The Jin Teng arrived in Subic from Palembang, Indonesia Thursday afternoon, just hours after the latest sanctions were unanimously passed.
    In response to the UN's move, Pyongyang fired six short-range missiles into the sea on Thursday, while North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un ordered its nuclear arsenal put on standby for pre-emptive use at any time.
    On Friday, the European Union also tightened sanctions against North Korea by adding 16 people and 12 entities to a list of some 60 individuals and groups who were hit with travel bans and asset freezes.

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