After the bomb the spreading blade returns again

After the bomb the spreading blade returns again

World January 18, 2016 14:35

seoul - After the latest test of a hydrogen bomb by North Korea was equally quiet on the border with South Korea. But both sides have since resumed their daily propaganda bombardment. From the south blare swirling texts through loudspeakers across the border to the north. North sends as usual weather balloons with millions of brochures to the south.

The balloons reach even Seoul, capital of South Korea. In the brochures, the South Korean President Park Geun-hye criticized. Precisely the president is a big proponent of the use of the speakers. She considers the text as an effective tool in the psychological war that the Koreas fight with each other. The defense ministry in Seoul knows that the north is immensely annoyed by pop music and the criticism of the great leader Kim Jong-un to be heard for miles.

The tension between north and south by the recent bomb test on January 6 again increased. And thus the propaganda war wins again in value.

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