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Aim of “Strategic Flexibility” Debunked

Pyongyang, May 31 (KCNA) — The United States is currently trying to force south Korea to accept “strategic flexibility.”

Commenting on it, a Minju Joson analyst Tuesday brands it as one revealing the invariable scheme of the U.S. to deal a preemptive nuclear strike at the Korean Peninsula and the Asia-Pacific region and create a sphere of its military domination there.
“Strategic flexibility” sought by the U.S. is nothing but a new war strategy to realize its invariable wild design to place the whole of the Korean Peninsula and the Asia-Pacific region under its military control with south Korea as the stronghold, the analyst notes, and goes on:

The keynote of the “strategic flexibility” is to expand the role of the U.S. forces present in south Korea so as to swiftly respond to “a contingency” on the Korean Peninsula and “unexpected incident” in any other area.

The U.S. pursuance of an enlarged role of its forces in south Korea allegedly for a swift response to “a contingency” on the Korean Peninsula is, to all intents and purposes, little short of a scheme to put fresh muscles into its moves for a new war of aggression in and around the peninsula.

Now the army and the people of the DPRK are keeping a sharp watch on the “strategic flexibility” pursued by the U.S. with a high degree of alertness and full preparedness.

The U.S. should look squarely into the reality and stop all its maneuvers to attain its aggressive purposes.

Should the U.S. persistently pursue a preemptive nuclear attack and creation of a sphere of its military domination on the Korean Peninsula and the Asia-Pacific region, averting its eyes from the reality, it would be held entirely accountable for all the consequences arising from this.

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