Pyongyang, May 27 (KCNA) — The Bush bellicose forces’ claim that the U.S. seeks a “diplomatic solution” and would “not attack north Korea” is nothing but camouflaged peace tactics to buy time for rounding off the preparations for the second Korean war of aggression and to veil the criminal nature of their aggressive policy toward the DPRK. Rodong Sinmun Friday says this in a signed article.
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The U.S. ruling quarters’ oft-repeated remarks about “diplomatic efforts” for the settlement of the DPRK-U.S. nuclear issue are aimed to create an international environment for completely disarming the DPRK and swallowing it up with ease.
The U.S. is loudmouthed about a “diplomatic solution” but what it really seeks is high-handed military action, i.e. invasion and war.
The U.S. real intention is to swallow up the DPRK by force of arms and realize its military domination over the whole of Korea, not ensuring peace on the Korean Pen insula.
The U.S. has become frantic in its economic blockade, military threat and blackmail and psychological warfare against the DPRK, while reorganizing, transferring and redeploying its aggressor forces in and around the peninsula. This is nothing but a military operation aimed at igniting a new war.
It was disclosed by a confidential document of the U.S. and others that the U.S. imperialists worked out a scenario for using 30 nukes in its surprise preemptive attack on the DPRK in case of “emergency” on the Korean Peninsula and staged a drill for dropping mock warheads under the simulated conditions where nukes are used.
The U.S. talk that “it would not invade north Korea” is nothing but hypocrisy intended to conceal its attempt to invade the DPRK and disguise itself as an “apostle of peace” in a bid to launch a larger war of aggression. And its touted settlement of the nuclear issue through “diplomatic efforts” is no more than a sinister plot t o disarm the army and the people of the DPRK ideologically and morally and achieve its aggressive goal with ease.
Having put Iraq under its control through preemptive attacks involving huge sophisticated information means and latest weaponry, the U.S. worked out a specific operation plan for the second Korean war, drawing on this “experience.” Pursuant to this plan, it seeks to hurl its forces into the operational theatre and mount a surprise preemptive attack on the DPRK from the entire line of the front, that is, from sea, air and land.
Now that it has become clearer the U.S. is keen to stifle the DPRK by force of arms at any cost in accordance with its hostile policy toward the latter, its army and people have no option but to get fully prepared to cope with this move.
The U.S. imperialists’ design to invade the DPRK only hardens the resolution and will of its army and people to do their best to increase the national defense capability for prote cting the sovereignty of the country, not harboring even the slightest illusion about America.
The U.S. is sadly mistaken if it calculates it can realize its wild ambition to stifle the DPRK with nukes through the tactics of preemptive strike based on the “experience” gained in Iraqi and Afghan wars.
The U.S. would be well advised to drop its reckless attempt to invade the DPRK, clearly mindful that Washington’s war methods applied in other countries will never work on Pyongyang.
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