DPRK Has No Reason to Be Afraid of War with U.S.: Minju Joson

Pyongyang, May 2 (KCNA) — The Trump administration that newly took office in the U.S. is provoking the DPRK with no reason, not knowing what rival it stands against.

The riff-raffs taken aback by the U.S. bellicose hysteria is busy currying favor with the Trump administration and even have gone so disgusting as to defend its criminal hostile policy and nuclear threat and blackmail toward the DPRK.
Minju Joson Tuesday in a commentary says this arouses our ridicules.
We feel with each passing moment the need to certainly make the U.S., going helter-skelter like a villain ignorant of the DPRK, come to its senses, the commentary notes, and goes on:
There is no reason for the DPRK to be afraid of military conflicts and any form of wars with the U.S.
It is the unanimous will and fixed faith of the army and people of the DPRK to turn a military attack to be mounted by the U.S. into a grand war of justice for national reunification and wipe out the aggressors and the strongholds of evils and thus brilliantly realize the historic cause of Korea’s reunification.
Moreover, we have in stock powerful military means for honorably concluding the DPRK-U.S. stand-off that has lasted for decades.
The U.S. will be seriously mistaken if it thinks the DPRK will be browbeaten by the military provocation by aggressors or opt for compromising with them.
Any military provocation against the DPRK will precisely mean a total war which will lead to the final doom of the U.S. This is a stark reality today.
The Trump administration would be well advised to learn how humbly the preceding administrations were put in the awkward position of lowering the fist of pressure they had raised before the DPRK.

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