Monday, 13 October 2014

KCNA Commentary Slams U.S. Arms Buildup

Pyongyang, October 13 (KCNA) -- The U.S. decided to make rotation deployment in south Korea within October of the Third Battalion of the U.S. 8th Mechanized Regiment stationed in Texas State, the U.S.
    In the wake of this decision the U.S. Pacific Command blustered that the U.S. would keep the same level of commitment as now in order to deter attack on the Korean Peninsula and defuse threat from outside.
    This is nothing but sophism to conceal the criminal nature of its rotation deployment and justify it.
    The U.S. projected rotation deployment of its forces is a dangerous military move to ignite a war against the DPRK and keep its forces in south Korea for an indefinite period.
    The U.S. has made such rotation deployment of its forces in south Korea for the last several decades while talking about someone's threat and provocation.
    This year it introduced to south Korea several times a mechanized battalion equipped with M-1 A-2 tanks, combat armored cars, etc. and dozens of fighters including F-16 and F-15E.
    It is well known that it worked out a "five-point scenario" long ago to put under its control the Korean Peninsula, a key element in carrying out its strategy for dominating Asia-Pacific.
    Included in it are a surgical operation plan to repeat the Gulfs war and an all-out war plan to conquer the whole of Korea through blitz warfare.
    It also envisages a scenario for aggression in the event of "internal collapse" of the DPRK, a psychological warfare and a plan for dangerous nuclear attack combined with precision bombing, electronic war and network attack.
    It is the U.S. calculation that it is quite necessary to steadily bolster up its forces' capability for an actual war in order to carry them out.
    As the U.S. made a lamentable confession right after the Korean war that it fought a wrong war with a wrong rival and in the wrong place, it is of more urgent necessity for recovering from its past defeat to increase the capability of its forces to get familiar with the local conditions.
    That's why the U.S. is staging madcap war maneuvers against the DPRK every year by making rotation deployment in south Korea of its forces stationed in various parts of the world.
    High-ranking officers concerned of the U.S. military are now claiming that the rotation deployment of its forces is aimed to bolster up their capability to carry out operations on the spot.
    The fact that the above-said decision was made at a time when the atmosphere of dialogue is being created on the Korean Peninsula once again lays bare the true colors of the U.S. as a disturber of reconciliation and unity between the north and the south and peace.
    The U.S. is seriously mistaken if it thinks it can attain its aim for domination through the deployment of its forces.
    The revolutionary armed forces of the DPRK are the elite army fully ready to beat back any aggressor forces at one blow.
    The rotation deployment would put the U.S. in a more serious economic crisis and precipitate its decline and ruin.
    The U.S. had better face up to the trend of the times, properly understand its unfavorable position and withdraw its forces from south Korea at an early date. -0-

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