US and S. Korea's Intention for Nuclear War against DPRK Flayed
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, April 11 (KCNA) -- The full-dress session of the south Korea-U.S. "extended deterrence policy committee" took place in Hawaii shortly ago.
The U.S. and the south Korean warlike forces decided to conduct the "exercise for operating the extended nuclear deterrence" in the latter half of this year, while talking about the "threat of nuclear weapons" of someone.
Rodong Sinmun Monday in a bylined commentary denounces this as a reckless provocation by nuclear war maniacs who put the cart before the horse.
Historically the U.S. has posed nuclear threats to the DPRK.
The U.S. made nuclear blackmail against the Korean people during the past Korean War and illegally brought nuclear weapons to south Korea from the latter half of the 1950s, turning it into the biggest nuclear arsenal in the Far East. It has also conducted test nuclear wars against the DPRK almost every day for decades, openly posing nuclear threats to the DPRK.
The successive rulers of south Korea turned it into the U.S. nuclear powder magazine and the theater of a test nuclear war and fanned up the nuclear war racket of outsiders aimed to bring a nuclear holocaust to the land of the Korean nation and took an active part in it. This has constantly exposed the Korean nation to the nuclear threats.
The "exercise for operating extended nuclear deterrence" clamored by the U.S. and the south Korean authorities clearly proves that they have moved to the phase of full-scale military practice from the phase of posing nuclear threats to the DPRK.
The peace and denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and the improvement of the north-south relations have not yet been made despite the positive efforts made by the DPRK. Instead, the danger of nuclear war has mounted. It admits of no argument that this is an inevitable result of the criminal intention of south Korea which is set to do harm to the DPRK in collusion with outside forces.
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