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U.S. Anti-DPRK War Moves Denounced

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK

    Pyongyang, March 5 (KCNA) -- Rodong Sinmun today in an article cites facts to disclose the evermore dangerous moves of the U.S. to unleash a war in the Korean peninsula. The article says:
    The U.S. bellicose forces are now asserting that the forward deployment of their aggressor forces in and around south Korea is aimed to fill up the "vacuum of combat power," pursuant to the redeployment of the U.S. forces in Iraq and describing it as a "pre-emptive measure" to deter the "military provocation by north Korea."
    This is, however, sophism to cover up and justify the essence and dangerous nature of the U.S. policy to invade the DPRK and nothing but a red herring.
    The U.S. is escalating its sanctions, blockade, military pressure and psychological warfare against the DPRK. It has become ever more undisguised in its moves to speed up the preparations for a war of aggression against the DPRK, massing its troops in and around south Korea.
    The U.S. warlike forces seek to make the second Korean war the biggest of the wars of aggression they have fought so far and an indiscriminate war involving all their forces. It is a very dangerous development that the U.S. imperialists announced the "new operation plan 5026" recently to replace their "operation plan 5030." The situation on the Korean peninsula is growing tenser due to the U.S. frantic moves to provoke a new war.
    The U.S. much talk about the "nuclear and missile threat" from the DPRK is a prelude to a war as it is intended to provoke a new Korean war by force of arms.
    The DPRK's armed forces serve as a treasured sword of justice to defend its sovereignty from the enemy's aggression.
    The Bush's bellicose forces are well advised to properly understand the might and will of the DPRK and abandon their reckless attempt at a military adventure against the DPRK.



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