Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Wretched Plight of US Facing Imminent Ruin
World media are having a field day carrying the US miserable defeat in the DPRK-US nuclear stand-off as special news.

Russian internet homepage Patrioti Moskva in an article titled "Position of the DPRK as a nuclear power" wrote that the US which was boasting of its advantages in nuclear weapons is reeling after the emergence of a new nuclear power in the world, adding:

The DPRK is a small country in its territory and population.

Such a country has so far been exposed to harsh nuclear threats from the US.

The US, world's first and biggest nuclear weapons state, has deployed huge nuclear hardware and weapons in south Korea and staged all sorts of nuclear war exercises including the Team Spirit and Ulji Focus Lens every year and officially declared the DPRK as a target of a preemptive nuclear attack.

This compelled the DPRK to opt for the path of nuclear possession and the path of bolstering nuclear deterrence for self-defence.

The DPRK, which had access to nuclear weapons to terminate its nuclear threat, carried out an H-bomb test to defend the sovereignty of the country and the right to existence of the nation and guarantee the peace on the Korean peninsula and the security of the region, thus ranking itself with dignity among the world's six nuclear powers.

It would be realistic and wise for the US to accept the assertion of Bandow, senior fellow at the Cato Institute in the US and former special assistant to President Ronald Reagan, that the option for the US has to be holding dialogue with the DPRK and withdrawing its forces from Northeast Asia.

The British newspaper Daily Star and the US newspaper The Hill and other media also reported that US Strategic Command Head John Hyten officially said that he would not obey Trump's order for a nuclear attack on north Korea and that lots of netizens in the US supported him.

The French AFP commented that the clarification of their possible denial of their president's order for nuclear attack in breach of law by John Hyten in the wake of the former US Strategic Command Head has something in common with the moves of Congress to restrain the US president's right to use nuclear weapons.

The former senior director of the US National Security Council who is an expert on nuclear weapons and non-proliferation wrote on a website of the Carnegie Foundation for International Peace that Americans may query what does it mean when they hear that the US is still not be able to intercept two north Korean missiles as they have squandered tens of billions of US dollars for more than 30 years, but to their regret, the US has to admit this fact.

Lots of media of the world report that "the DPRK advanced into the stage of perfecting the smaller nuclear weapons of the highest level in the world", "DPRK's H-bomb is ultra-modern nuclear warhead developed in Korean style, not in the way employed by the US or Russia", and "it is able to turn such big cities of the US as eastern New York and Washington into ashes at a single shot".

As was commented by the international community, the more zealously the US resorts to the anachronistic hostile policy towards the DPRK, the bitterer shame and destruction the "world's only superpower" will face.


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