U.S. ambition for nuclear domination denounced

Pyongyang, October 31 (KCNA) — Some time ago, a U.S. group of civilian nuclear weapon experts disclosed that during the cold war, the United States had deployed a large number of nuclear weapons in 27 countries including South Korea and Japan.

Commenting on this, a news analyst of Minju Joson today says:

Though the Cold War era has come to an end, only the United States is still keeping nuclear weapons in many countries and regions of the world and, worse still, frantically staging nuclear war exercises.

This shows that the U.S. schemes to lord it over the world as it pleases.

The U.S. has stepped up preparations for a nuclear war under the pretext of “threats” from the DPRK, motivated by an ulterior intention to ignite a nuclear war on the Korean peninsula, expand it all over the world and thus attain its design to dominate the whole of the world.

If the U.S. finally unleashes a nuclear war against demands of the Korean people and the peaceloving people of the world, it will only precipitate its own ruin.

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