Documenting an unusually high number of snakes coming out of Yalu river, North Korean authorities have accused the South of a “cunning plot” to destabilize their northern neighbor by releasing hordes of the legless reptiles.
According to sources in the Ryanggang province bordering China, patrol units have been ordered to capture snakes as they crawl over the northern banks of the Yalu River. The source also stated that Pyongyang accused South Korea's intelligence service of a "cunning scheme to challenge our unity." Multiple sources in Ryanggang province are said to have corroborated these claims.
There is also a degree of skepticism, the source says, as even among North Korean soldiers propaganda leaflets and CDs are considered a bigger threat.
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North Korea Accuses South of Sending Snakes Across the Border watch
- Thread Starter
- 28-07-2016 09:42
- Community Assistant
- 28-07-2016 15:01
Reminds me of the Indians arresting a pigeon for apparently spying for Pakistan and Hamas arresting a Dolphin accused of spying for Israel