Pyongyang, August 23 (KCNA) — With regard to the plan of the Strategic Force of the Korean People’s Army for enveloping strike at Guam to send a stern warning to the U.S. irritating and threatening the DPRK, south Korean puppet Defense Minister Song Yong Mu recently claimed before conservative bete noires of the puppet National Assembly that “such thing can never happen”, “it’s a misjudgment” and “the north will meet resolute retaliatory punishment”.
Rodong Sinmun on Wednesday in a commentary says it reminds of a psychopath. It goes on:
By nature, all the bosses of the puppet military have resorted to evil deeds for confrontation with the compatriots in the north, letting out sheer sophism, but there is no one such guy as Song Yong Mu who is kicking up a racket for confrontation in a bit to curry favor with his U.S. master as soon as he assumed the post of boss of the puppet army.
The bluff of the U.S. styling itself the “world’s only superpower” is unworkable in the world any more and the American empire has long become much weaker before the inexhaustible military power of the DPRK though the former advocated “superiority of force”.
It is pitiful for Song to act like a poodle before the American master while talking about “south Korea-U.S. alliance” and “core axis”.
Song had better come back to his birthplace and prolong his remaining days, though belatedly, not resorting to the confrontation with the compatriots and sycophancy toward the U.S.
Malignant tongue-lashing brings misfortune.
Song should know that his mouth and neck will not be safe as he imprudently behaved, unaware of his poor image.
There is no exception for the bosses of the puppet ground, navy and air forces including Jong Kyong Du, chairman of the puppet Joint Chiefs of Staff, vociferating about “retaliatory punishment”.
If the puppet military warmongers persist in their confrontation moves, not coming to their senses, oblivious of the changed strategic position of the DPRK, they will not escape their miserable destruction as being the first target of the Korean People’s Army.
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