U.S. Muscle-flexing Can Never Work on DPRK: KCNA Commentary

Pyongyang, April 29 (KCNA) — The U.S. is bluffing after firing dozens of missiles at Syria and dropping a GBU-43 bomb on Afghanistan.

During his recent junket to Asia, U.S. Vice-President Pence, saying the world witnessed the “bold decision of the president” through the military actions in Syria and Afghanistan, behaved so arrogant as to urge the DPRK not to misjudge the will of the U.S. and test the decision of Trump and muscle of the U.S. forces.
Dignitaries including the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations also noisily talk about “strong warning” to someone every day, asserting that the era of “strategic patience” has come to an end and all options including military action are on the table.
This is just a bluff of the U.S. keen on flexing its muscle by striking non-nuclear countries and weak nations only. Such an act can never irritate the DPRK.
The U.S. should not misjudge its rival.
Since it won a victory in the past total war with the U.S. imperialists, the DPRK has cemented its national strength in every way for decades, resolved to stage a final sacred struggle against the U.S. imperialists.
The last Korean War was just like the confrontation between rifle and A-bomb. But the DPRK inflicted a bitter defeat upon the aggressors by winning the war the U.S. imperialists ignited by mobilizing mercenaries from their 15 satellite countries, the south Korean puppet army and even the Japanese militarists.
During the past decades when it remained a non-nuclear country, the DPRK foiled a series of war provocations made by the U.S. such as the spy ship Pueblo incident, the EC-121 large spy plane incident and Panmunjom incident through toughest countermeasures, not surrendering to the nuclear threat posed by the U.S. imperialists.
The DPRK, keeping itself on high alert with all things required by a power, from H-bomb called absolute weaponry to ICBM, has all options of its own style to counter any aggression and is fully ready to react to any provocation from the U.S.
The U.S. is getting evermore desperate in its bluffing, but it only reveals the vulnerability of those exasperated by the DPRK’s nukes of justice and invincible military muscle.
The U.S. should pay attention to the world public comment that “north Korea is not like Syria and Afghanistan at all and Trump’s outbursts are no more than an senseless outcry to north Korea.”
Bluffing can never work on those relying on their own strength, convinced of their victory.
If the U.S. wants to dare test the will of the army and people of the DPRK to protect their socialist country, it will have to experience what a real war is like. This is the solemn warning of the DPRK.

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