KCNA Blasts Rice’s Outcry

Pyongyang, July 24 (KCNA) — U.S. Secretary of State Rice, when interviewed by Asian reporters on July 22, uttered that north Korea is such an irresponsible and dangerous country as refusing to issue an advance notice about its missile launches to different directions and openly claiming that it has nuclear strike capability.

Obviously, Rice made such outcry in a bid to justify the U.S. hostile policy to pressurize the DPRK with the ministerial meeting of the ASEAN Regional Forum at hand and draw regional countries into its pressure campaign.

Her remarks are nothing but a sheer distortion of the reality which can convince no one. They only betray her political ignorance because her remarks are so naive that one can hardly interpret them as the words uttered by the diplomatic chief of a country.

The Bush administration sparked a new global nuclear arms race and a vicious cycle of terrorism under the pretext of “anti-terrorism” after deliberately listing legitimate sovereign states as an “axis of evil” and openly threatening to mount “preemptive nuclear attacks” on them. We would like to ask Rice if there is any other country more dangerous and irresponsible than the U.S. administration.

The Bush administration is made up of the worst gangsters in the world because it adopted it as its state policy to perpetrate wars and genocide after dividing the world into “good and evil”, refusing to face up to the trend of history towards peace and security, and does not hesitate to commit invasion against other countries and kill guiltless civilians in order to meet its selfish political purpose.

It was none other than Rice who let loose a spate of such piffles over the launch of a few missiles as part of military training to cope with the U.S. reckless moves for aggression and war. This cannot be construed otherwise than an outburst made by a political imbecile.

The DPRK launched missiles only after airspace, land and waters of the sea had been confirmed to be completely safe from them. Their launches, therefore, hurt neither ships nor civilian planes nor anyone. This fact was admitted even by the neighboring countries.

The United States now technically at war with the DPRK had been kicking up a war atmosphere for a month in collusion with Japan, threatening to intercept any missile to be launched. Had the DPRK announced its plan for missile launches in advance as demanded by Rice, an extremely grave situation would have been created in the Asia-Pacific.

It is not hard to guess what kind of foreign policy is followed by the Bush administration whose secretary of State is free to make such reckless remarks.

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