Saturday, 29 October 2016

KCNA Commentary Accuses Obama Group of Invective Hurting Dignity of DPRK

Pyongyang, October 29 (KCNA) -- The Obama group before retirement are expending their last efforts in their campaign to hurt the dignity of the DPRK.
    Warlike boss Obama at the UN General Assembly cried out for forcing the DPRK to pay a "high price." The U.S. secretary of State and the assistant secretary of State called the dignified DPRK "illegal and illegitimate regime".
    Evil words spit by the ignorant Obama group obsessed with ill-intended inveterate repugnancy toward the DPRK are very hackneyed ones mouthed by them as chronic ill during the whole period of their term.
    Great irony is the poor image of the Obama group grumbling about the DPRK just before retirement as people say that habit is a second nature.
    A string of invective let out by the Obama group is nothing but gibberish talked by those who are more dead than alive as they are in a miserable position to leave its failed policy towards the DPRK to the next administration, after suffering bitter setbacks in the political and military standoff with it.
    As its hostile policy toward the DPRK proved to be a total failure, the Obama administration has no alternative but to leave the issue of "its legacy" called "DPRK capable of mounting a nuclear attack on the U.S. mainland" to be settled by the next administration.
    Obama has persisted in nuclear blackmail and military threat and unprecedented sanctions against the DPRK, with the wild ambition for stifling it. This only pushed the DPRK to nuclear weaponization at a high level and emergence of a full-fledged nuclear power with the strongest nuclear strike capability.
    After all, the reckless remarks made by the Obama group from the beginning of his term ended up admitting and hyping its heavy defeat.
    "Due punishment" of someone much touted by Obama since he took power is now directed to the U.S. mainland. It has forced the DPRK to make a "cool option", but the latter is now dictating the former to choose between rolling back its hostile policy toward the latter and going to ruin.
    Even American politicians sharply criticize almost every day the Obama administration, saying that its policy for invading the DPRK called "strategic patience" has gone totally bust as it pushed the DPRK to "strengthening its system" and "taking nuclear weapons".
    It is the nature of a silly dog to bark at the jaw of death.
    The more malignantly the Obama group lets out invective to save its face under the eyes of the world, the more saliently it will reveal the wretched and pitiable plight of the loser.
    The Obama group would be well advised to behave with prudence and self-control and pack and leave the White House earlier in order not to suffer bitterer shame and setback.
    The American politicians had better draw a lesson from the policy failures of the Obama administration. -0-

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