Wednesday, June 28, 2017

US Warned to Come to Its Senses
The US has gone desperate in its military moves against the DPRK.

After bringing nuclear submarine and other war means into the waters off Guam the US staged naval joint military drills targeting the DPRK with the south Korean puppet forces. Against this backdrop, on June 13, US Defense Secretary Mattis made his appearance at a Congressional hearing and blustered that there is no change in the Trump administration's DPRK policy, including military option. This is a desperate frenzy of war fanatics.

He grumbled before journalists in May last about "incredible tragedy that can be produced by confrontation with the north". Now he is again blustering for military blackmail, an indication of his fear, not demonstration of high spirits.

The Trump group is upset to the extremes as it was made to drink bitter cup step by step by the DPRK remarkably building the power of justice.

The US forces commander in south Korea confessed that "now it is a difficult situation to mount a preemptive attack on the north". As proven by this, the DPRK-US standoff structure has undergone a drastic change due to the remarkably strong state might and the strategic position of the DPRK which remains undeterred by the unprecedented nuclear threat and blackmail and economic sanctions.

What matters is that the US has no alternative that can prove effective. Shortly ago, the director of the CIA said "President Trump asks about north Korea every day and how to counter it", adding "the president is always thinking of north Korea".

Clear is from where his fear comes.

The DPRK's nuclear sword is a direct product of the US hostile policy toward the former.

The US nuclear blackmail move is a key factor that compelled the DPRK to have access to nukes and nuclear weaponization.

Tragic is that the present US administration is still obsessed by the ambition for stifling the DPRK, far from drawing a lesson from the predecessors' failures and the undeniable situation today.

The Trump group had better pay heed to the voice of the international community that "most of nuclear and missile activities of north Korea since 2012 were carried out during the period of US-south Korea joint military drills".

The US should be mindful that its escalating confrontational racket and pressure will only invite stronger counteraction from the DPRK and accelerate its own final destruction.


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