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DPRK Ready to Foil Any U.S. Attack

Pyongyang, April 6 (KCNA) — It was recently made public with photos by south Korean civil organizations that Los Angeles, an attack nuclear-propelled submarine of the U.S. forces, entered a naval base in Jinhae, south Korea, timed to coincide with the large-scale joint military exercises there.

Rodong Sinmun Wednesday in a signed commentary warns that if the U.S. war maniacs ignite a nuclear war in this sacred land they will be plunged into the flames lit by themselves.

The U.S. has repeatedly said that it would neither attack nor invade Korea, but this is no more than a trick to veil its intention to swallow up the DPRK by force of arms at all costs, the commentary notes, and goes on:

This is not the first time for the U.S. attempts at a nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula to have been laid bare.

The U.S. worked out a scenario for using 30 nukes in “emergency” of the Korean Peninsula and had staged drills of dropping mock warheads presupposing use of nukes. The fact was disclosed by a secret document which was declassified according to the law on freedom of information.

The U.S. had deliberately and viciously staged nuclear war maneuvers against the DPRK even after it officially assured, through the DPRK-U.S. Agreed Framework, that it would neither threaten the DPRK by nukes nor use them against it.

Just after coming into power, the bellicose Bush group openly singled out the DPRK as a target for its preemptive nuclear attack, and has been getting pronounced in its attempt for such attack.

It is now more frantically stepping up the preparations for a nuclear war against the DPRK.

It is entirely just for the DPRK to have had access to nuclear weapons now that the U.S. has no will to co-exist with the DPRK but seeks only to “topple” its system by force of arms, the commentary concludes.

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