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KCNA Blasts U.S. Attempt at “Regime Change” in DPRK

Pyongyang, June 7 (KCNA) — Very disturbing moves are observed among the ruling quarters of the United States these days.

They do not bother to assert that a war to be fought in the new era should target a regime change instead of states. These belligerent remarks hint at a military attack.

Commenting on this, foreign press reports said that the remarks can be interpreted as a call for “regime changes” in the DPRK and some other countries which the U.S. hawkish forces designated as “outposts of tyranny” in the past.

This clearly indicates that the U.S. attempt to realize a “regime change” in the DPRK still remains unchanged.

It is the fixed way of thinking and stand of the U.S. to topple the system in the DPRK by force. It attaches more importance to war than to dialogue and considers dialogue as leverage for getting time to execute a war.

The U.S. loudmouthed negotiated settlement of the nuclear issue is nothing but a smokescreen for concealing its strategy to stifle the DPRK by force of arms.

What merits a serious attention is that such outbursts are timed to coincide with the U.S. moves to escalate tension on the Korean Peninsula.

The U.S. reckless new war scenarios such as “CONPLAN 8022-02” have already been drafted for mounting a preemptive nuclear attack on the DPRK any moment and its “arms buildup plan” calling for spending 13 billion U.S. dollars is being pushed ahead at its final stage.

Many Stealth fighter bombers for nuclear attacks have been introduced into south Korea, missiles capable of penetrating underground have already been deployed and preparations for the creation of a “rapid task force”, detached corps for a “regime change,” is making brisk headway.

The reality goes to prove that the U.S. military plan to realize a “regime change” in the DPRK is being put into practice and that it is opting for confrontation and war, not dialogue.

It is a wild dream for the U.S. to try to bring down the inviolable system in the DPRK.
The system in the DPRK is a man-centered socialist system which the Koreans value as their life and soul as it was chosen by themselves and built by their own efforts.

The U.S. reckless moves aimed at a “regime change” in the DPRK only harden the determination of its servicepersons and people to steadfastly keep to the road of socialism.

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