Pyongyang, August 26 (KCNA) — There is an increasing danger of a war on the Korean peninsula today and with no sweet words can the U.S. bellicose forces cover up the true nature and danger of their criminal policy to invade the DPRK and deceive the world, says Rodong Sinmun Thursday in a signed article.
Referring to the fact that the U.S. imperialists are staging madcap war exercises such as RIMPAC 2004 and Ulji Focus Lens-04 joint military exercises for the purpose of rounding off preparations for multi-national forces’ military actions during the Korean war after turning the area around the Korean peninsula into assembly area for their forces and forward operational base, the article continues:
These disturbing military developments around the Korean peninsula eloquently prove that the U.S. is focusing its efforts on rounding off the preparations for a war against the DPRK.
The U.S. imperialists have put under their control Central Asia, Mid-east and Balkans through wars it fought in recent years. It is their calculation that they can seize strategic vantage points on the margins of the Euro-Asian continent ranging from Northeast Asia to Central Asia, Mid-east and Western Europe and bring China and Russia inside the sphere of its complete military siege if they stifle the DPRK by force and put the whole of Korea under their control. This is the reason why the U.S. is tapping all its military potentials to escalate its war moves to seize the DPRK with increased frenzy.
In case a war breaks out in Korea the U.S. bellicose forces intend to wage a blitz warfare by a preemptive nuclear attack.
The U.S. loudmouthed dialogue and arms reduction are nothing but a trick to cover up the true nature of its policy to invade the DPRK, mislead the world public opinion and calm down mounting anti-Americanism. It does not stand for a peaceful negotiated settlement of the nuclear issue on the Korean peninsula but seeks to stifle the DPRK by force. The dialogue much touted by it is nothing but a cry for a war.
If the U.S. has true willingness to settle the nuclear issue through dialogue and ensure peace on the Korean peninsula it should pull back its aggression troops from south Korea and its vicinity and stop its reckless military actions against the DPRK.
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