Saturday, 1 August 2015

KCNA Commentary Holds U.S. Entirely Accountable for Tense Situation on Korean Peninsula

    Pyongyang, August 1 (KCNA) -- The U.S. is busy with diplomacy to evade its responsibility for the tense situation on the Korean peninsula.
    The special envoy of the U.S. Department of State to the six-party talks, during his visit to south Korea and its neighbouring countries from July 25, was so ridiculous as to assert that the U.S. keeps the door of dialogue for denuclearization open but the DPRK has not yet responded to its offer and that the U.S. would flexibly deal with the latter if it decides to dismantle its nukes.
    Dialogue for denuclearization being oft-repeated by Washington recently is no more than a cynical ploy to shift the blame for the ever-increasing military tension on the Korean peninsula on to the DPRK.
    As known, the Obama administration is finding itself in an embarrassing position due to its almost failed policy toward the DPRK.
    It is being censured and derided by the public at home for its hostile policy toward the DPRK while the international community is becoming vocal favoring the latter's access to nukes.
    It is as plain as a pikestaff that such public criticism would create an atmosphere unfavorable to the Obama administration seeking to dominate Asia and stay in power.
    The U.S. is sadly mistaken if it thinks that it can cover up its true colors as an aggressor and evade its responsibility for the tension through its brazen-faced trumpeting about dialogue for denuclearization.
    The root cause of the unending evil cycle of tension on the Korean peninsula is Washington's hostile policy toward the DPRK, notably joint military drills.
    The unprecedented hostile policy pursued by the U.S. to stifle the DPRK has aroused its service personnel and people to the confrontation with the U.S. for decades and compelled them to further bolster up their strategic deterrent.
    The U.S. is wholly to blame for the ever-increasing tension.
    The U.S. should abandon its hostile policy and show its will to mend its relations with the DPRK through a practical action.
    This is the only way of defusing the tension and settling the nuclear issue on the peninsula. -0-

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