Thursday, 26 November 2015

KCNA Commentary Slams S. Korean Chief Executive's Reckless Remarks against DPRK

    Pyongyang, November 26 (KCNA) -- The south Korean chief executive is letting loose a whole string of jargons finding fault with the DPRK's nuclear deterrent for self-defence.
    During her recent foreign junkets she solicited cooperation in the anti-DPRK nuclear racket, jabbering that "it is necessary to pressurize the north to make a strategic decision to abandon its nuclear program and opt for changes."
    It is quite natural that the international community is getting tired of hearing ever louder calls made by her for the "north's abandonment of its nuclear program" during her foreign trips.
    This is because she is just echoing her master's above-said trumpeting while failing to clarify the nature of the issue and solution to it.
    The nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula was spawned as the U.S. reduced south Korea to the world's biggest nuclear arsenal and threatened and blackmailed the DPRK with ceaseless nuclear war drills.
    The U.S. has staged more than 18 000 nuclear war exercises and joint military drills against the DPRK in south Korea and its vicinity since the Korean Armistice Agreement was concluded.
    Such fact goes to prove who should make a strategic decision of dismantling nuclear weapons and opt for cooperation in the efforts to settle the nuclear issue in order to ensure peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula and in the region.
    This being a hard reality, the present chief executive is turning her face away from her master's nuclear blackmail and unreasonably taking issue with the north's nuclear deterrent for self-defence. Such attitude is unjustifiable.
    The DPRK's nuclear deterrent poses no problem under any circumstances as it is a treasured sword of justice for defending the security of the country and nation from the U.S. hostile moves and ensuring regional peace and stability.
    It is the U.S. and south Korean authorities who should be called into question.
    The successive south Korean authorities have played the role of servants and shock force in the U.S. nuclear war rackets against the fellow countrymen in the north, offering the whole land of south Korea as its nuclear outposts.
    Shortly ago, the south Korean authorities decided to reflect the so-called "4D operation plan" aimed at a preemptive nuclear attack on the DPRK in "OPLAN 5015", a fresh scenario for invading it, in collusion with the U.S.
    The reality goes to prove that what the chief executive trumpeted during her foreign junkets is nothing but sheer sophism to cover up her master's criminal nature and justify her policy of confrontation with the fellow countrymen in the north by misinterpreting the nature and root cause of the nuclear issue on the peninsula.
    Now is the time for both sides to refrain from any act of rattling the nerves of the other side according to the agreement reached at the north-south high-level urgent contact.
    However, she has let loose a string of reckless remarks slandering and provoking the fellow countrymen in the north when it is more urgent to ensure stable situation than ever before. This is an unpardonable perfidy as it is aimed at chilling the climate for dialogue by throwing complexity and obstacles in the way of improving the north-south relations.
    All facts go to prove that the south Korean chief executive is indeed a rare harasser of peace and a traitor to the nation as she is keen on prolonging her political career under the patronage of her master, utterly indifferent to the desire of the Korean nation and international community for peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula and in Northeast Asia.
    The south Korean chief executive would be well advised to stop her rash acts, properly understanding where she stands.
    The DPRK is left with no option but to further bolster up its nuclear deterrent for self-defence in order to pres

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