Pyschological Christmas tree warfare

Escaep

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http://news.yahoo.com/skorea-allow-2-more-christmas-trees-near-border-085042713.html

Earlier on Sunday, North Korea's state-run Uriminzokkiri website said that lighting the first tree was a form of psychological warfare and would trigger an "unexpected consequence."
South Korea's military will bolster security near the three trees, located on the western, central and eastern portions of the border, the Defense Ministry official said. The trees will stay lit for 15 days starting Dec. 23.
Everyone knows the Christmas trees are really disguised ballistic missiles.
 

Krynn72

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The consequences will be unexpected. Everyone expects missiles, so my guess is they'll air drop nice christmas cards wishing everyone a happy holiday.
 

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The consequences will be unexpected. Everyone expects missiles, so my guess is they'll air drop nice christmas cards wishing everyone a happy holiday.
Maybe the Christmas tree shaped missiles explode Easter eggs all over the shop. Quite unexpected!
 
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