U.S. Sordid Intention in Pressurizing China Revealed

Pyongyang, July 10 (KCNA) — The U.S. is pressurizing China to intensify “sanctions and pressure” on the north, openly complaining about the insufficient role played by China in “deterring the north from nuclear development.”

Trump in his personal public appearance threatened China that “unless it plays an active role, the U.S. would take an independent action.” High-ranking officials of the White House, the U.S. administration, Congress and U.S. military and even Obama who served out his presidency are trumpeting about “stronger demand for China’s pressure on the north”.
The U.S. is interfering even in the “key interests” of China as evidenced by sanctions on Chinese companies and businessmen who had dealings with the DPRK, designation of China as the “worst flesh trafficking country”, resumption of the dispute in the South Sea of China and pressed deployment of THAAD in south Korea together with the south Korean puppet forces.
A commentary of Rodong Sinmun Monday says this is the last-ditch efforts revealing the extreme despair and set-back of those who were thrown into the corner, being unable to check the DPRK from bolstering its nuclear capabilities.
It is the U.S. sinister intention to strangle the DPRK by cutting off all financial sources and trade channels by pressurizing its neighboring country, the commentary notes, and goes on:
Herein lie the crafty nature of the U.S. imperialists of pitting Asians against Asians in Asia and pitting those in the Mid-east against those in Mid-East and fishing in troubled waters, and their sordid nature of evading responsibility even though the “sanctions and pressure on the north” through the neighboring country come under international denunciation.
The U.S. arrogant and thick-headed frenzy will get all the more undisguised as China finds itself at a loss, away from principle and impartiality, the commentary says, stressing that whoever has foreseeing sight should make a wise option, facing up to the trend of the times in which independence and justice triumph.

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