Thursday, 1 June 2017

Absurdity of Trump Administration's New DPRK Policy Disclosed

Absurdity of Trump Administration's New DPRK Policy Disclosed Pyongyang, May 31 (KCNA) -- Jon Sung Ho released a commentary Wednesday disclosing the deceptive and sly nature of the "4-point keynote" of the DPRK policy newly shaped by the Trump administration. The commentary said: The Trump administration had buckled down to brainstorming for months after tabling a variety of options for tackling the "nuclear issue of north Korea" and finally fixed its DPRK policy as "maximum pressure and engagement." Recently, the administration detailed it and opened to public its "4-point keynote." The "4-point keynote" officially signed by U.S. President Trump are as follows: First, the U.S. does not recognize the DPRK as a nuclear weapons state. Second, all possible tougher sanctions and pressure should be imposed on north Korea. Third, the U.S. administration would not seek "regime change in north Korea." Fourth, the nuclear issue should be finally solved through dialogue. Terming the "keynote" a worn-out theory, the commentary shed light on their deceptive and sly nature as follows: "The U.S. does not recognize north Korea as a nuclear weapons state" - this is the first item of the "keynote" signed by Trump. It sounds like a lamentation of the one driven to bottomless despair or seems like reckless insistence. The DPRK had access to the nuclear deterrent for self-defence, according to its independent decision as it was badly needed for preserving its dignity and vital rights from the nuclear threat posed by the U.S. It was definitely not for securing someone's recognition. Furthermore, the nukes firmly held by the DPRK are not the ones which should be dismantled if someone does not recognize it. Clear is the fact that the "dismantlement of north Korea's nukes" can never come true now that the strategic position of the DPRK can never be brought to collapse. As far as the second item of the "4-point keynote" is concerned, any sanctions and pressure can never work on the DPRK. Tougher sanctions and pressure will only make the DPRK get stronger in its mental power and morale. The ever-escalating ferocious sanctions and pressure by the hostile forces against the DPRK only harden its belief that it is advancing toward a victory. Recently some dignitaries of the U.S. claimed the U.S. doesn't "seek the regime change in north Korea," earnestly calling on the public to believe it. It seemed so appealing in tone. Their words have now formally made the third item of the "4-point keynote". The U.S. administration's talk about "ruling out regime change" is spewing out the venom of outrageous threat and blackmail. It actually means that it would make no scruple of bringing down the social system of the DPRK, not ruling out invasion if the DPRK fails to abandon its nukes. The DPRK knows well about the way of protecting its social system. It is the way of producing more perfect and powerful Juche weapons and nuclear attack means of the Korean style for striking terror into and annihilating the aggressors zealously watching the chance to violate the sovereignty of the DPRK and bring down its social system, and thus building a high fortress of self-defence. The last item of the "keynote" is just the self-contradiction finally reached by the Trump administration while finding itself in dilemma and seeking a stop-gap measure. If it was based on a reasonable logic, the last item should have been the first on the list. But the "dialogue" item occupied the last with a brand of "finally," only to reveal the ulterior purpose sought by the U.S. This means that the U.S. seeks to subdue someone through maximum pressure and sanctions on the principle of pressure first and negotiation next and then make him come out to the negotiating table and wrest a surrender document from him. Would a proper communication between human being and beast be possible though dialogue opens as long as the U.S. regards dialogue as a lever for extending pressure, nuclear weapons of the DPRK more valuable than its life as a bargaining chip to be bartered with something, and fails to drop black-hearted intent? The "4-point keynote" adopted by the U.S. as detailed "maximum pressure and engagement" brought to light the poor IQ and narrow-minded vision of the White House policy-makers team. No matter how desperately the U.S. and its vassal forces may try not to recognize the DPRK as a nuclear weapon state, the DPRK will remain unchanged in its position as a nuclear power and will speed up the diversification and modernization of nuclear force before the aggressors and provocateurs come to their senses. No one can block the way of the DPRK bolstering its nuclear force according to the great line of simultaneously developing the two fronts.

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