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Published: Wednesday, April 10 2013 7:00 a.m. MDT

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JWB
Kaysville, UT

Since the 1950s without a real peace agreement in place, this is normal operations for both countries. North Korea always places threats and South Korea, with our help is ready to respond. War games or exercises are always a part of the South Korean's military plans. The United States of America may elevate their military status but for the South Koreans they are always ready for some type of action. Their military requirements are always ready for a move from the North Koreans, even if most of the threats are verbal. It is more precarious this year as their new leader is so young and wants to impress the world with his discourse and launching missiles. That costs their people food and energy for living. Not a very good leader that continues rhetoric of the past.

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