North Korea’s sabre rattling might be having some unintended consequences.

Norks gotta nork, I guess. The exchange of artillery earlier this week led to the cancellation of a long planned US/South Korea exercise, and troops on both sides of the DMZ at heightened alert. But now there’s word that China is moving troops to its border with the DPRK.

2 thoughts on “North Korea’s sabre rattling might be having some unintended consequences.”

  1. When PRC last massed troops across the Yalu River from DPRK, in October 1950, it wasn’t DPRK they were keeping in line, and it sure wasn’t such good times for our troops.

    1. I’m guessing the Reds are sending a message to li’l Kim this time. Peking doesn’t want that kind of upset on their borders. Not with the mess they themselves are creating in the West Philippine Sea and the Western Pacific.

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