Monday, 26 September 2016

KCNA Commentary Terms U.S. Enemy of Int'l Community

  Pyongyang, September 26 (KCNA) -- The U.S. talk about "threat from north Korea" is becoming increasingly hypocritical as the days go by.
    A senior fellow at the Cato Institute in the U.S. contributed an article to the U.S. magazine National Interest to the effect that north Korea clearly knows who it should target.
    The article said it was an absurd assertion that the U.S. secretary of Defence termed the DPRK's nuclear test "direct threat to the whole international community" and the international community touted by the U.S. was a high-flown expression.
    This is a fair comment on the U.S. sinister intention of floating the fiction about "threat" in a bid to pursue its policy of stifling the DPRK.
    The U.S. above-said accusation against the DPRK is no more than a paradox.
    The DPRK is a peace-loving country which has neither invaded nor threatened other countries.
    The fair international community has no reason to come under the threat from the DPRK, which feels no necessity to pose a "threat" to it.
    The U.S. is the sworn enemy of the Korean nation and wrecker of peace on the Korean peninsula and in other parts of the world which the DPRK should make tremble with a thousand-fold horror and with which it should settle accounts.
    The U.S. has used nukes as a main means of threatening, blackmailing and invading other countries since it had access to nukes before any other country.
    The U.S. has posed constant nuclear threat to the DPRK and ceaselessly blackmailed the DPRK for the last several decades since it considered nuclear stick as a mainstay for carrying out its anti-DPRK strategy.
    The DPRK had no choice but to have access to the powerful nuclear deterrent to protect the sovereignty and vital rights of the nation and the regional security from the outrageous U.S. policy of nuclear war against the DPRK.
    The DPRK went through the final process for rounding off the state nuclear force after conducting the nuclear warhead explosion test, the highest phase of mounting nuclear warheads on ballistic rockets, in order to thoroughly foil the U.S. moves to stifle the former.
    The DPRK's access to nuclear weapons put a definite end to the era in which the U.S. threatened and blackmailed against the former with nukes.
    The DPRK does not hide that it no longer feels any threat and panic from the U.S. but becomes the biggest threat and panic to the U.S.
    As universally recognized, the U.S. is a wrecker of peace and real foe of the international community as it is still plunging the world into ceaseless wars and turbulences.
    The U.S. is the target of the DPRK.
    It is the firm will of the servicepersons and people of the DPRK to put a definite end to the U.S. nuclear tyranny with nukes of justice.
    The U.S. had better make a wise choice of rolling back its anachronistic hostile policy towards the DPRK if it wants to escape the latter's merciless nuclear strikes. -0-

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