Friday, 23 September 2016

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow of DPRK-US Confrontation

The United States buckled down to the aggression against Korea since over 150 years ago, in view of the strategic importance of the Korean peninsula in the Asian continent.
It dispatched the General Sherman into the waters of Korea in the latter half of 19 century.
The US’s scheme of aggression developed into reality when it occupied the southern half of Korea in 1945 with the end of World War II.
In June 1950 the United States started the Korean war in an attempt to occupy the whole territory of Korea.
The US hurled more than two million troops, a third of its land force, a fifth of its air force and most of its Pacific fleet, all modernly equipped, and the armies of fifteen of its vassal nations and south Korean puppets and the Japanese militaristsinto the narrow area of the Korean front, squandering a huge amount of war expenditure and materiel.
On July 27, 1953, the US acknowledged their defeat and concluded the Korean Armistice Agreement because it had no choice.
It suffered defeats in such confrontations with Korea as “Pueblo” incident, Panmunjom incident in the latter half of 20 century and the DPRK-US nuclear confrontation in the 1990s.
In 2013, some Western experts announced the data on the balance of power between the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the US. According to it, the US has a huge population 13 times larger than that of the DPRK while its territory is 78 times bigger than the latter.
In terms of the scale of the national economy the former is an economic giant 375 times bigger than the latter.
When comparing them in space development, the DPRK launched its first application satellite in December 2012 while the US launched its first satellite in 1958 which means that it is 54 years ahead of the DPRK in space technique.
As of January 2013, the DPRK had one satellite while the US kept 1 110.
When the numbers are taken into consideration, the DPRK cannot be compared with the US.
But the past and present reality showed that the United States has always been on the losing side.
In the 2010s the DPRK-US confrontation took on a new appearance.
By possessing nuclear and succeeding in the first H-bomb test in DPRK, the balance of power between the DPRK and the US changed.
A news agency reported the news of the DPRK’s success in its first H-bomb test and said that most countries in the world were asking those nuclear powers whether they had the right to press other nations to abandon their nukes. And it continued to comment that North Korea regards its nuclear possession as a strategic necessity, like other nuclear powers.
The era in which the US threatens the DPRK with nuclear weapons will never come again.
Today reversely the DPRK puts pressure upon the US with its nuclear deterrent power.
The political and military pressures and sanctions on the DPRK by the US imperialists have been ineffective for scores of years.
This means that the hostile policy towards the DPRK of the US became bankrupt after all.
Victory is a proud tradition of the DPRK and shameful defeat is a disgraceful tradition of the U.S. as the past history shows.
The law of history would last forever.

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