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U.S. policy of strength under fire

Pyongyang, November 9 (KCNA) — The United States recently decided to appropriate dlrs 268 billion in military spending for the new fiscal year and formally deploy the “Theatre Missile Defense” system. Commenting on this, Rodong Sinmun today in a signed article stresses the brigandish nature of U.S. and its aggressive policy of strength remain unchanged.

The article says:

The general strategic goal of the United States is to stifle the anti-imperialist independent forces of the world and turn the whole world into a unipolar world under its thumb so as to exercise unlimited supremacy over it.

To this end, the U.S. are resorting to the policy of strength, still placing their hope on it. It is nothing but a reckless act of those who have fallen into expansive delusion.

The present times is the era of independence. no force in the earth can block the just struggle of peoples against all forms of domination and subjugation and for independence of each country and nation.

U.S. took upperhand in strength temporarily on the international arena after the end of Cold War, but is losing it with each passing day.

Those countries, which were once attacked by it without making decisive counteraction or voiced protest and condemnation, are seeking ways and taking steps to defend themselves.

With military expenditure increased, the U.S. economic crisis is getting from bad to worse.

The United States’ trade deficit last year was 168,590 million dollars, all-time high.

Its economic potentials are too weak to support their reckless policy of strength.
It is needless to say that the U.S. is unable to provide manpower for world domination.

U.S. is seeking to invite allied nations to make up for its limited strength but most of them are reluctant to make response to it.

Inevitable is the failure of its policy of strength.

If it persists in such policy, it will only accelerate its own destruction.

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