North Korea cuts off another hotline with South Korea

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PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA – North Korea’s Li’l Kim wants the world to know he’s not horsing around.  And to show that ‘neigh’ means ‘neigh’, he’s cut off a key military hotline with South Korea.

The hotline lets South Koreans cross the border to work at an industrial complex run by both countries.

North Korea hung up earlier on the Red Cross hotlines with the South.

Li’l Kim and the Beastly Boyz are miffed about United Nations Security Council sanctions imposed after North Korea started launching missiles and testing nuclear weapons.

US officials aren’t worried about a large scale attack, but a small attack that could lead to America getting pulled into something ugly and nasty, again.



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