Captured Korean flags found at US Navy academy stirs bloody memories amid nuke crisis

Talk about coincidences …

Captured Korean battle flags dating from a forgotten 19th century American intervention against Korea have been discovered at the US Naval Academy amid the current saber rattling between Washington and Pyongyang.

Even more bizarrely, the flags — which were hidden in a display case at the naval officers’ school in Annapolis, Maryland — are directly connected to an ancestor of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
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5 Responses to Captured Korean flags found at US Navy academy stirs bloody memories amid nuke crisis

  1. Djamers says:

    Wrap those flags on a couple of nukes and send them back to N.K.!

  2. Andrew says:

    Nope. We won them fair and square. Fuck, collections of enemies’ battle flags is one of the many ways you show your opponent NOT to fuck with you.

  3. Hidden in a display case….
    So, not hidden, really. Fucking fake news assholes.

  4. shit on them then burn them.

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