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Minju Joson Brands U.S. as War Merchant

Pyongyang, September 16 (KCNA) — Trump announced that they would sell off weapons worth billions of U.S. dollars to south Korea. And he allowed Japan and south Korea to increase the quantity for buying U.S.-made military equipment. Timed to coincide with this, a spokesman for the White House at a press conference said that now is not the time to focus on the dialogue with north Korea.

Minju Joson Saturday in a commentary says that Trump’s behavior goes to clearly prove that he has neither will nor ability to defuse tension on the Korean peninsula but he has only merchant-like calculation to use the aggravated situation as a golden opportunity for making money.
Noting that Trump suffering from the worst ruling crisis because of his poor political caliber finds his way out in improving the economic performance, the commentary goes on:
In light of the fact that the sales record of the munitions is in directional proportion of the mounting tension, it is clear what Trump does want.
He has loudly vociferated about “threats” from the DPRK in a bid to create conditions favorable for the sale of huge amount of weapons, getting zealous in escalating tension.
Lurking behind it is also his intention to arm Japan and south Korea with the U.S.-made weapons and thus put them under its tighter control and use them as a shock brigade in standing against its strategic rival in Asia and tide over the serious ruling crisis.
The U.S. getting hell-bent on the sale of lethal weapons against mankind’s desire for peace is the war merchant living on human blood.

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