Pyongyang, September 25 (KCNA) — Rodong Sinmun today runs a signed commentary denouncing the U.S. for trying hard to stifle the DPRK with continued slander on the DPRK.
The news analyst says:
Of late the spokesman for the U.S. Department of State took issue with the DPRK, going on about verification of “underground nuclear facilities” in the DPRK and “threats of attack” on the U.S. proper with multistage missiles capable of carrying small nuclear warheads. The U.S. Secretary of Defense, Cohen, made identical remarks.
Their allegation is that the DPRK has built “underground nuclear facilities” and launched an artificial satellite, demonstrating its capacity of attack on any target on the earth, which poses “threats” to the U.S. it cannot be construed otherwise than a shameless argument reversing black and white.
The U.S. argument came after the DPRK said that the underground structure in the Nyongbyon area is a civilian one and it launched artificial satellite for peaceful purposes, not a “ballistic missile.” The argument is an unpardonable encroachment upon the sovereignty and dignity of the DPRK.
The U.S. has a lot of nuclear facilities, produces large quantities of nuclear substance and possesses a huge amount of nuclear warheads and carrier rockets. It is stepping up the militarisation of space through the launch of espionage and military satellites. What is the U.S. act like in view of the U.S. logic?
By bringing forward the fiction of “threats” the U.S. seeks to justify its campaign to stifle the DPRK and find an excuse to give further push to the militarisation of space.
For the U.S. to talk about the “threats” by the DPRK is the height of impudence.
Whether the DPRK’s launch of artificial satellite is used for military purposes or not entirely depends on the attitude of the U.S. and other hostile forces.
The U.S. had better stop advertising the fiction of “threats” from the DPRK and look squarely at the developments.
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