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South Korea insists and North Korea denies that two South Korean soldiers were injured by mines planted by North Korea inside the DMZ, with the malicious intent of maiming or killing South Korean soldiers patroling their side of the DMZ.|
As a result of this, South Korea has resumed its use of loudspeakers to broadcast condemnation of the Kim regime across the DMZ.
In retaliation for this, North Korea has attempted to shell the broadcasting sites.
In counter-retaliation to this, South Korea has shelled the North Korean positions that were responsible for shelling the South.
In further retaliation of this, North Korea gave South Korea an ultimatum to stop the loudspeaker broadcasts into North Korean territory in 48 hours, or it will possibly attack the South.
In counter-response to this, South Korea has ordered its troops to be on the highest level of alert and combat readiness, while insisting, as it now must as a matter of national honor, to continue the megaphone broadcasts into North Korea.
In short, without knowing for sure WHO planted the mines, through a process of mutual investigation of the explosions maiming the South Korean soldiers, the two countries are headed to war, as a matter of honor, even if not as a matter of being right.
All this smacks of a FALSE FLAG EVENT that President Park should investigate thoroughly, because it could be as well aimed at toppling her if she did not act militaristically, and forcing her into going to war, if she did, making the platform of peace on which she was elected irrelevant to South Korea's policy toward the North, in effect turning her from being an elected President, into being a puppet of the instigators of what might be a FALSE FLAG EVENT. As such, if engineered by her own generals, it would be a case of insubordination, and if by others, a form of subversion. And if President Park does not take action, it would be a total disaster for the entire Korean peninsula, that can only benefit their traditional, and persistent enemy and invader, the Empire of the Rising Sun. But it takes two to Tango, and Kim has an equal responsibility to ask for an investigation, instead of a capitulation.