Pyongyang, December 12 (KCNA) — Snider, a researcher for the issues of the Korean peninsula at the U.S. Council of Foreign Relations, said in an article posted on a website that a regime change is now under way in the U.S. and there is no knowing of how long the political crisis caused by Park Geun Hye’s corruption scandal will persist in south Korea, whereas the DPRK built a stable bulwark and is pursuing a clear-cut strategic goal under the guidance of supreme leader Kim Jong Un.
Rodong Sinmun Monday observes in a commentary in this regard:
This correctly reflects the reality of the DPRK, which has obtained the position of a dignified power even big powers dare not provoke.
Tragedy is that the U.S. is still daydreaming that it can deprive the DPRK of that position while persistently refusing to recognize its fundamentally changed strategic position.
Such calculation of the U.S. would get it nowhere. It would be well advised to face up to the reality and take actions.
Washington’s persistent pursuance of its anachronistic one-sided policy hostile towards the DPRK with its ill-intended inveterate repugnancy toward it will only cause it to experience a hot agony of shame in face of the international community.
The DPRK will dash ahead like the wind to win the final victory, holding aloft the banner of Songun despite any sanctions and pressure of the U.S. and other hostile forces.
The world will witness a series of new measures to be taken by the DPRK in the days ahead that will terrify the enemies.
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