U.S.-S. Korea joint war exercises slammed

Pyongyang, November 8 (KCNA) — The U.S. and the South Korean authorities staged the “Foal Eagle” joint military exercises across South Korea and at its waters for eleven days from October 26. They were a replica of “Team Spirit” joint military exercises, a nuclear test war against the DPRK, and a dangerous war gamble aimed at provoking a second Korean war, stresses Rodong Sinmun in a signed commentary today.

The paper says:

The purpose of “Foal Eagle” was for the U.S. and the South Korean Army to make a surprise preemptive total attack on the DPRK while staging military exercises such as joint landing operations, special joint naval drill and mobile air strike drill.

However, it could not develop to a total war against the DPRK due to the self-defensive measure taken by the DPRK with highest vigilance and full readiness to counter the enemies’ maneuverings.

We do not want a war, but will never show mercy to those who try to hurt us with daggers.

It is foolish of the U.S. to regard the Korean peninsula as Persian gulf or the Balkans.

They will only get corpses and death if they dare provoke us in a bid to gratify the wild design they failed to realize in the 50s.

The warlikers should stop such dangerous war gambles against the DPRK, clearly knowing who is their opponent.

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