Preemptive Attack Is Not Monopoly of U.S.: Papers

Pyongyang, April 11 (KCNA) — Leading newspapers of the DPRK Tuesday in commentaries denounce the U.S. for its undisguised attempt at a preemptive attack on the DPRK.

Days ago the U.S. forces in south Korea and the south Korean puppet forces staged a drill for surprise attack on the main strongholds of the DPRK under the pretext of “rapid removal of chemical weapons”. Meanwhile, F-35B stealth fighters of the U.S. Marines made sorties from the U.S. military base in Japan after getting information about the target area in the DPRK side to carry out a mock drill for dropping precision bombs.
Rodong Sinmun says the U.S., which is finding itself in a pretty fix over its failure of the hostile policy towards the DPRK, pins hope on a preemptive attack on it.
Urging the U.S. to understand that the preemptive attack is not monopoly of the U.S., the paper goes on:
In the past the U.S. attempted more than once to execute the plan for a preemptive strike at the DPRK while talking about “surgical operation plan”. But the U.S. dared not put the plan into practice as a computer simulation resulted in its huge losses in case of its preemptive strike at the DPRK.
The present U.S. administration would be well advised to give up the plan for a preemptive attack from which the predecessors sustained failures.
Minju Joson in its commentary warns the U.S. not to run amuck, bearing in mind that the standoff with the DPRK will only push the former deep into destruction.

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