Pyongyang, September 3 (KCNA) -- O Jong Chol, researcher of the Institute for American Studies of the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK, made public a commentary titled "Reckless sanctions of the U.S. and its followers are bound to meet a fiasco" on Saturday.
The skepticism about the efficiency of the anti-DPRK sanctions is
rapidly growing in the U.S. while the world attention is being focused
on the Korean peninsula thanks to the DPRK's recent success in the
test-fire of the SLBM, the commentary said.
This means the U.S. public declared the bankruptcy of the present
Obama administration's policy of sanctions and pressure on the DPRK, the
commentary noted, and continued:
The history of the DPRK-U.S. relations proves that sanctions and
pressure can never settle the issue but results in complicating it.
The U.S. presidents from the 33rd President Truman in 1945 to the
44th President Obama have pursued the hostile policy towards the DPRK,
the policy aimed at political destabilization, economic isolation and
military pressure out of their inveterate repugnance towards it.
The U.S. harsh sanctions and pressure are serious criminal acts that
deserve strong curse and condemnation as they seek to "bring down the
social system" of the DPRK, a sovereign state, and infringe upon its
sovereignty, dignity and vital rights.
It is foolish of the U.S. to recklessly work to bring down the DPRK,
while perpetrating monstrous unethical crimes against it in disregard
of international law.
The ever more reckless sanctions the U.S. and its followers slap
against the DPRK would only compel it to further sharpen its nuclear
treasured sword of justice and make the world clearly watch how the DPRK
would tower after breaking the chains of sanctions, blockade and