KCNA Commentary Urges U.S. to Make Switchover in Its DPRK Policy e070827 – U.S., S. Korea Stage Anti-DPRK Bombing Drill

Pyongyang, July 8 (KCNA) — Minju Joson Saturday in a commentary hits at the south Korean authorities’ reckless moves over the DPRK’s successful test-fire of ICBM.

The chief executive of south Korean called a “national security council” meeting at which he clamored about “irresponsible provocation” and “strong condemnation.” He went the lengths of calling for south Korea-U.S. combined ballistic missile firing drill with the approval of Trump, asserting “it is not a situation to be tackled with a statement only.”
Those related to the foreign affairs and security and riff-raffs of the ruling and opposition parties vied with each other to talk about “violation” and “consultation of measures with the international community”. The puppet military gangsters let out such malignant vituperation as “provocation” and “destruction,” impudently hurting the dignity of the DPRK supreme leadership.
Such disgusting behaviors of the south Korean authorities remind one of a mad dog barking at the moon, the commentary says, and goes on:
Now that the U.S. makes desperate efforts to drive the Korean nation into a nuclear disaster, it is quite natural for the DPRK to harden the shield of justice and sharpen the nuclear sword of peace for defending the destiny of the nation, the supreme interests of the country and the global peace and security and there will be no reason and cause for anyone to fault the just measure of the DPRK for self-defence.
Gone are the days never to return when the puppet forces could run wild, counting on the U.S.
The south Korean authorities should be clearly mindful that their rash actions of hurting the dignity of the DPRK and its social system would invite only the condemnation and punishment by the entire nation, and should halt all reckless moves for which they would feel awfully sorry.

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