Pyongyang, February 13 (KCNA) -- The U.S. is letting out an argument that it can wage a "bloody nose operation" against the DPRK, thus touching off controversy.
It was disclosed shortly ago that coteries of the National Security Council of the White House said at a behind-the-door meeting of American experts on the Korean peninsula issue that Trump is seriously examining the "bloody nose operation" and that limited attack on the DPRK can be helpful to Trump's off-year election.
This has caused uproar of the public. Media are linking the "operation" to the facts that the appointment of the nominee as the U.S. ambassador to south Korea was withdrawn for his rejection of the hard-line military option and the U.S. nuclear strategic assets and special units are being amassed in and around the Korean peninsula, commenting that there can be a military conflict on the Korean peninsula in late March and early April after the end of the Winter Olympics.
Strong voices of concerns and denunciation of the Trump administration's military attack on the DPRK are being heard in different parts of the world, to say nothing of the U.S.
Much upset, the Trump group is reeling off pretexts that "the 'bloody nose operation' is a fiction produced by media" and "our policy goal is to put maximum pressure so as to induce north Korea into negotiating table".
The U.S. has gone reckless to attempt a military attack but this is last-ditch efforts of those driven into a tight corner due to their defeat in the DPRK-U.S. nuclear stand-off.
The U.S. can never provoke a war against the DPRK as long as the whole territory of the U.S. mainland is within the range of the DPRK's nuclear strike.
This is a stark reality whether the U.S. acknowledges or not.
It is ridiculous for the U.S. to try to browbeat the DPRK, still failing to understand the prestige and might of the DPRK which has towered as a world-level strategic state.
The U.S. has to clearly understand its rival and stop going reckless.
As the nuclear force of the DPRK targets the U.S. mainland, it would lead the U.S. to total destruction to again table the "bloody nose operation" which its predecessors discarded, being afraid of the horrible consequences.
Whether it is a limited attack or an all-out attack, provocation against the DPRK will not just make the U.S. bleed at the nose but face the end of the existence of the crime-woven state.
The U.S. Trump group should not run reckless. -0-