Papers Blast U.S. Hostile Policy toward DPRK

Pyongyang, May 7 (KCNA) — U.S. President Obama during his recent junket to south Korea made not a few bellicose remarks. What is ill-boding among them is his pledge not to bother to use military force to defend alliance.

Papers Wednesday in commentaries describe this as a declaration of a war against the DPRK, the most undisguised and vivid expression of the hostile policy toward it that has been pursued by the U.S. for nearly seven decades.
Rodong Sinmun says that Obama disclosed his black-hearted intention through his visit to south Korea.
It goes on:
The U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK that has lasted for nearly seven decades is the policy of strength, in essence.
The successive chief executives of the U.S. have persistently pursued the hostile policy toward the DPRK for decades but it is rare to find those who made so desperate efforts to invade the DPRK even though they suffer from economic downturn and slash in military spending.
The Obama administration has staged joint military exercises under various codenames, built up public opinion over the “issues” of the DPRK by abusing the UN for additional economic sanctions and enforced hostile policy toward the DPRK by mobilizing its allies. This is something unprecedented in history.
Clear is what countermeasure the DPRK will take now that it has become clear that the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK remains unchanged and it began to put into practice its ambition to bring down the social system in the DPRK by force.
Minju Joson says as proven by history the DPRK will take stronger counteraction to cope with the U.S. ever-more undisguised moves to stifle it and this will make the U.S. situation all the more awkward.

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