Monday, 3 April 2017

KCNA Commentary Slams Wall Street Journal for Vitriol

 Pyongyang, April 3 (KCNA) -- Days ago, the U.S. newspaper Wall Street Journal of the right conservative forces hurled mud at the DPRK again.
    The March 27th issue of the paper let out such flurry of nonsense that the U.S. should set a regime change in the DPRK as a clear-cut policy target in order to check its nuclear development and discuss on the matter with someone.
    For the DPRK this sounds as nothing but a scream made by those frightened by the invincible might of the DPRK making a long drive as the days go by as it is the last expedient conceived by the strategic losers in the DPRK policy.
    The single-minded unity of the army and people around the leader and the party, powerful military muscle with nuclear force as its pivot and world-startling self-development capability are fully guaranteeing the invincibility and solidity of the government of the DPRK.
    However, the U.S. fails to understand this reality acknowledged and envied by the world. It is the main cause of the repeated political and military setbacks the U.S. has sustained for the past several decades.
    The DPRK shattered the myth about the "mightiness" of the U.S. and brought about the beginning of its downhill turn for the first time in history in the Korean War in the 1950s, the confrontation of rifles and nukes. And now it has emerged a nuclear power which no one can provoke.
    No matter what rhetoric the undesirable forces in the U.S. may let out, failing to properly understand the highest strategic position of the DPRK, utterly insensitive to reality, its nuclear attack capability will grow stronger.
    The U.S. is wholly accountable for the DPRK's access to nukes and their bolstering.
    It was the U.S. that compelled the DPRK to have access to nukes and pushed it to their modernization so that it is possessed of H-bomb and standardized nuclear warheads. It has posed constant nuclear threat to the DPRK, pursuing an anachronistic hostile policy toward it.
    The DPRK legitimately opted for having access to nukes for defending sovereignty, dignity and vital rights of the country in the present world where justice, equality and respect are violated and highhanded and arbitrary practices stalk.
    The DPRK keenly realizes how just it was when it bolstered up the revolutionary armed forces for self-defence pivot of which is the nuclear force whenever it watches the U.S. and its vassal forces dare taking issue with its nuclear treasured sword of justice.
    The revolutionary armed forces of the DPRK, keeping the evil groups talking about "regime change" in the DPRK or echoing it within their sight, are fully determined to deal deadly nuclear blows at them.
    The Wall Street Journal would be well advised to halt its foolish propaganda to hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK and think about when or how the U.S. may disappear from the surface of the earth. -0

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