Wednesday, 10 August 2016

U.S. Deploys B-2A on Guam for Preemptive Nuclear Strike at DPRK

 Pyongyang, August 10 (KCNA) -- The U.S. imperialists are getting ever more undisguised in their scenario for mounting a preemptive nuclear attack on the DPRK.
    They transferred three B-2A nuclear strategic bombers to the Anderson Air Force Base on Guam from the Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri State on August 9.
    This arms build-up is timed to coincide with the forward-deployment of four B-1B nuclear strategic bombers in the Anderson Air Force Base on Guam after August 6.
    The aim sought by the U.S. imperialists in steadily introducing nuclear war hardware in Asia-Pacific is to mount a preemptive nuclear attack on the DPRK from A to Z.
    Pursuant to this sinister scenario, they introduced a formation of B-52Hs based on Guam into the air above south Korea in June and staged a joint drill for dropping nuclear bombs in collusion with the south Korean puppet forces and the Japanese reactionaries. Early in July they separately staged a nuclear bomb dropping drill in the sky above south Korea without informing the puppet forces of it.
    The above-said military moves clearly indicate what phase the U.S. imperialists' scenario for invading the DPRK has reached.
    What should not be overlooked is that the massive forward-deployment of nuclear war hardware is underway with the approach of the Ulji Freedom Guardian, a joint nuclear war exercise to be staged by the U.S. imperialists and the puppet forces.
    The U.S. imperialists have already examined at the phase of an actual war the capabilities of nuclear strategic bombers for mounting the preemptive nuclear attack on the DPRK. They are now mulling creating an opportunity of surprise nuclear attack in the course of the Ulji Freedom Guardian.
    These military moves only harden the will of the service personnel of the Korean People's Army to take merciless retaliatory counteraction against them.
    A preemptive nuclear attack is not a monopoly of the U.S. -0

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