North Korea warns South over Christmas lights

North Korea warns South over Christmas lights

A church group in Seoul wants to put up the Christmas lights on a massive steel tower shaped like a tree on top of a military-controlled hill just 3 kilometres from the border with North Korea.

When lit up, it will be able to be seen in the northern city of Kaesong, prompting Kim Jong-il’s regime to denounce the display as “a mean attempt for psychological warfare” aimed at promoting Christianity, according to the North’s official website, Uriminzokkiri.

I’ve seen Christmas displays around here that I’d also describe as psychological warfare.

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