Tuesday, 22 September 2015

KCNA Commentary Slams U.S. Hostile Policy toward DPRK

 Pyongyang, September 22 (KCNA) -- Bandow, senior fellow of the Cato Research Institute of the U.S., one of the major policy institutes in the U.S., released an article accusing the present administration's DPRK policy.
    In the article he said north Korea, a nuclear weapons state, would not be as foolish to scrap nuclear weapons as Libya, adding Obama's dream to apply the mode of nuclear negotiations with Iran to north Korea turned out to be a pipedream.
    A researcher of the Center for New American Security who worked at the room of the U.S. Defense secretary earlier this year submitted a written testimony which said that the aim to deter north Korea's possession of nukes failed to a hearing of the International Relations Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives, stunning politicians.
    As the reality shows, the U.S. administration's policy to stifle the DPRK has become the target of derision, scorn and contempt.
    In fact, it is rare to find in the history of imperialist aggression such a policy for stifling other countries whose contents have been updated to be harsher with the passage of time as the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK.
    The U.S. poured huge political, economic and military resources into the operations for seizing the Korean Peninsula, a strategic stronghold for dominating the Asia-Pacific region.
    Such policy might work to a certain extent on other countries but in case of the DPRK, a country with a small territory and population, it has always met a bitter fiasco.
    The U.S. sustained a heavy defeat in the Korean war and was compelled to submit a series of papers of surrender to the DPRK in the subsequent period and Washington pushed it to having access to nuclear deterrence. Consequently, it is oppressed by a nightmare.
    The war deterrent of the DPRK has grown so strong as to be capable of reacting to any mode of war desired by the U.S. This made the policy of aggression pursued by the chieftain of imperialism unworkable in the long-run.
    It is precisely for this reason that the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK is called an anachronistic and bankrupt policy.
    Irony is that the U.S. high-ranking politicians, still pinning hope on it, are fooling around to force the DPRK to disarm itself while talking about the mode of nuclear negotiations with Iran.
    They are so miserable as to go reckless, failing to face up to the reality in which the structure of the DPRK-U.S. confrontation has undergone a dramatic change.
    The DPRK's nuclear deterrence can never be a bargaining chip on a negotiating table as it is an indispensable means for defending the country's sovereignty and the right to existence from the U.S. decade-old nuclear threat and hostile policy toward the DPRK.
    It is thanks to the Songun politics of the great Workers' Party of Korea that the DPRK could increase the capabilities for self-defence with a main emphasis on a nuclear force while foiling the enemies' aggression moves in the biggest hotspot of the world.
    The army and people of the DPRK will keep holding aloft the banner of Songun that has recorded only victories and glory and the U.S. can never realize its hostile policy toward the DPRK.
    Those keen on the anachronistic waste are consigned to the garbage ground of history only. -0

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