Tenacious U.S. Confrontation Psychology against DPRK Revealed

Pyongyang, July 18 (KCNA) — The “national defense authorization act for fiscal year 2007” passed through the U.S. Senate in June calls on the state and defense departments to submit to the Congress a report on “deterrent to north Korea” of the “UN Command” present in south Korea.

The report is to specify the possibility of requesting the nations, which took part in the Korean war, to dispatch their troops in peace time in a bid to reinforce the “deterrent to north Korea” of the “UN Command”, those nations which are able to send troops and, in case they are dispatched, the effect on the diplomatic efforts to remove “nuclear threat” from someone, and so one and so forth.

Minju Joson in a commentary Tuesday describes this as a vivid indication that the U.S. has made the provocation of a second Korean war an established fact and is preparing another military attack on the DPRK under the UN cloak.

It is as clear as noonday that, in case the “UN Command” is reinforced with multi-national military forces as the U.S. wants, this will adversely affect that much the military strain on the Korean Peninsula, the commentary says, and goes on:

The U.S. is not interested at all in the peace and security of the Korean Peninsula. It only dreams of military hegemony in this region. To be sympathetic to this is, to all intents and purposes, tantamount to being embroiled into the anti-pacific and hegemonic policy of the U.S. and to a suicidal act of jumping into fire with faggot on one’s back.

The countries concerned should make a cool-headed analysis of the situation obtaining on the Korean Peninsula and refrain from doing a thing not helpful to world peace and security.

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