Some U.S. media such as NK News, Google News and Reddit said that the instructions given by Marshal
There took place a lecture in south Korea on Nov. 14 where the former U.S. Secretary of Defense Perry said that north Korea should not be viewed in the eyes of the U.S. but be taken at face value, adding that the latter should not expect north Korea to dismantle its nukes but it is necessary to make sustained efforts for negotiating with the former to minimize the danger of its nukes. He also went on to say that the "theory of making a preemptive strike" did not sound as a foolish thing before north Korea went nuclear but such military action will not only be a dangerous one but a silly decision because the U.S. does not know where the former's nuclear facilities and nukes are. The U.S. should no longer believe the policies it had shaped towards north Korea for decades, anticipating its collapse, as they have proved to fail, he held.
The above-said analyses suggest a lot of things.
The keynote of their comments urges the U.S. to stop pursuing its outdated hostile policy towards the DPRK but reshape it as required by the trend of the times and the developing situation.
Due to the U.S. hostile policy towards the DPRK the situation always remains tense on the Korean peninsula, a very sensitive region beset with a lot of social, historical, political and military problems.
The DPRK emerged a full-fledged nuclear weapons state possessed of even H-bomb in order to defend its sovereignty and the vital rights of the nation from the U.S. policy of aggression against it and its nuclear threat and blackmail which have lasted for several decades.
The U.S. desperate moves to unleash a nuclear war compel the DPRK to take a series of measures for bolstering up its merciless nuclear offensive capability at a rapid tempo. This is the hard reality the world people witness.
No force on earth can force the DPRK to dismantle its self-defensive nuclear deterrence.
If the U.S. continues to enforce its hostile policy towards the DPRK, there will be no progress in resolving the issue of the Korean peninsula.
Now that the U.S. persists in such policy to threaten the very existence of the Korean people and the DPRK and the U.S. are still technically at war, no one can understand the U.S. claim that the DPRK should unilaterally dismantle its nukes.
As long as the U.S. nuclear threat and arbitrary practices persist, the DPRK has no option but to dramatically bolster up its defence capability with nuclear deterrence as its pivot.
The U.S. would be well advised to properly face up to the trend of the times and behave itself. -0-