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U.S.-led War Exercises Flailed

Pyongyang, April 4 (KCNA) — The frantic “RSOI” and “Foal Eagle” joint military exercises in south Korea and the joint military exercise between the U.S. and Japan before them were dangerous war games aimed at an actual war in the region. Especially, the aggressive nature and danger of the U.S.-south Korea joint military exercises have been brought into a bolder relief as they were staged in the wake of the announcement of the “national security strategy report” in which the U.S. has defined a preemptive attack on the DPRK as its main military doctrine.

Rodong Sinmun today says this in a signed commentary.

It is the U.S. main military strategy after the end of the Cold War to contain the DPRK with preemptive nuclear attack and then seize the military supremacy over Asia by expanding it, the commentary points out, and says:

The U.S. is now realigning and relocating its forces in south Korea, Japan and other parts of the Asia-Pacific region as a whole while intensively deploying the nuclear forces in the region. It is needless to say that such deployment of forces and escalated war drills are designed to attack not only the DPRK but also its neighboring countries.
Today, the U.S. bellicose forces have fixed the nuclear war as the key mode of war for their supremacy. To this end, the U.S. is making ceaseless nuclear tests and stepping up the production of new types of nukes. It has already simplified the procedures of using the nukes. It is the calculation of the U.S. that it may hurl a large number of aggressor troops into the Korean front in a short span of time from the surrounding areas in case of “contingency” on the Korean Peninsula and wage a war as it intends.
A war on the peninsula will possibly spread to vast areas of Asia.
The U.S. is the chieftain of bringing the danger of thermo-nuclear war. With nothing the U.S. bellicose forces can cover up their criminal nature as the wrecker of peace on the Korean Peninsula and the ringleader of bringing the danger of a nuclear war.

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