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Minju Joson Urges S. Korea to Make Proper Option

Pyongyang, April 19 (KCNA) — Atmosphere of extreme uneasiness and horror pervade south Korea at present. The reason is the rumor now afloat across south Korea to the effect that the U.S. chose the “preemptive attack” on the DPRK as its option.

The U.S. which mounted massive missile attack on Syria recently now bluffs that it was a “warning” act targeting the DPRK. Those concerned with the security of the U.S. including secretaries of State and Defense are now crying out for independent military action against the DPRK more often than not.
Commenting on this, Minju Joson Wednesday says this indicates inner feelings of the U.S. which is lost to reason much upset by the DPRK’s rapid bolstering of the capabilities for nuclear attack.
With the “story of April war” and the “story of crisis” getting afloat across south Korea timed to coincide with the U.S. military provocative act, the south Korean puppet forces have the jitters. They are trying to calm down social uneasiness and horror, emphasizing that “our government’s stand differs from the U.S.’s” and “we will closely discuss with the U.S. with a priority given to peace and stability”, the paper says, and goes on:
But this is a trite trick employed by the puppet forces to cover up the confrontational nature as they have been hell-bent on escalating confrontation with their fellow countrymen in the north, in collusion with aggression-minded outsiders.
The U.S. and the south Korean puppet warmongers have to clearly understand that the preemptive attack is no longer the monopoly of the U.S.
What is left for the puppet forces to do now is to make a proper option on which their fate hinges. That is whether they follow the U.S. to meet a miserable end or to make a switchover in its confrontation policy to escape destruction.
The puppet forces should properly make a last option, clearly understanding that time left is not long.

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