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U.S. Logic of Evil Flayed

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK

    Pyongyang, March 29 (KCNA) -- Heavyweights of the U.S. administration came out to justify their assertion that north Korea must scrap its nuclear program first and their logic of an "axis of evil". In a nutshell, their assertions mean that all their demands are right and whatever the DPRK does is wrong and, therefore, there can never be any compromise or reward to the DPRK. Their assertions are little short of forcing the DPRK to completely dismantle its nuclear program first and remain calm barehanded. Rodong Sinmun today says this in a signed commentary.
    Dismissing it as a trick of American empire style reminding one of the nature and temperament peculiar to a wolf and fox, the news analyst goes on:
    As far as the theory of the "axis of evil" set out by Bush is concerned, it is sheer nonsense as it made profound confusing of justice and injustice and good and evil. However, the U.S. ruling quarters took pains to defend this. This can not but be a challenge to history, an insult to justice, truth and conscience and a vicious provocation to the DPRK.
    The same holds true for their brigandish demand that the DPRK dismantle its nuclear program first.
    Consistent is the DPRK's principled stand on the nuclear issue and it is quite just. The formula of "action for action" and "reward in return for freeze" proposed by the DPRK is the most effective and best way for the settlement of the nuclear issue. The DPRK exerted flexible and sincere efforts for the solution of the nuclear issue on the basis of this formula at the recent six-way talks.
    It is set to maintain this formula in the future, too.
    The DPRK and the U.S. are on an equal footing as far as the settlement of the nuclear issue is concerned. The DPRK is not obliged to move first and the U.S. has no right to demand the former do so. In the light of the root cause of the nuclear issue on the Korean peninsula and the background against which it surfaced and the responsibility for solving the issue, it is the U.S. which should move first as it is chiefly accountable for it. However, it is demanding the DPRK scrap its nuclear program first, shifting the blame onto it.
    This is an American style bullying peculiar to the U.S. styling itself the world's super power.
    The U.S. should clearly understand the principled stand of the DPRK and stop insisting on its brigandish demand based on its contradictory and unrealistic assertion.

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