Monday, 19 February 2018

U.S. Is Left with Little Option: KCNA Commentary

Pyongyang, February 19 (KCNA) -- Recently the Trump group claimed that they can not but have recourse to a military option unless the "nuclear issue of the DPRK" is solved in a diplomatic way, which deserves serious attention.

On a number of occasions Trump hinted quite often at the possibility of the use of military muscle, uttering that options to solve the DPRK's nuclear issue involve both military and non-military ways and he wants to have the issue solved in a peaceful manner but there is a strong likelihood of solving the issue otherwise.

His confidants, including the vice-president and the secretaries of State and Defense, are vying with each other to build a world public opinion, prattling that if the DPRK doesn't select the road of dialogue and negotiations, they will pull the trigger for a military action and that they will solve the issue in a military way unless diplomacy succeeds.

At a time when the trend for improved inter-Korean relations is created on the Korean peninsula and the wish of the international community for peace and stability grows stronger thanks to the DPRK's pro-active efforts, it's hard to understand for the U.S. to tout a military option premised on the failure of what they called diplomatic ways.

It is obviously an expression of a hideous attempt to block the improvement of inter-Korean relations and again coil up the military tension on the Korean peninsula.

The U.S. tries to put a brake on the DPRK's additional military steps by threatening the latter with belligerent remarks and further inveigle south Korea and neighboring countries worrying about a war into the racket of sanctions and pressure against the DPRK and secure a justification for a risky preemptive attack in an extreme case. This is the U.S. aim at killing three birds with one stone.

But such nonsense won't work on the DPRK.

The DPRK is fully ready for both dialogue and war.

The whole world knows this fact but why the U.S. is unaware of it.

It is naive and foolhardy for the U.S. to hurt Juche Korea, unaware of its faith, will and grits.

The Trump group driven into a tight corner within and without is tying to seek a way out by triggering a war on the Korean peninsula at any cost.

The army and people of the DPRK are full of strength and will to teach the U.S. with resolute and merciless punishment that the latter's reckless military option will never offer a way to survive.

The Trump group spouted jargons that tourists should write a will before making a trip to the DPRK. If the U.S. dares to ignite a war against the DPRK, there will be left no one to keep a written will and bury a coffin. This is the answer of the DPRK.

The U.S. is left with little option. -0-

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