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U.S. Sabre Rattling Blasted

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)

    Pyongyang, March 17 (KCNA) -- U.S. carrier Kitty Hawk entered Pusan Port and its several cruisers and destroyers also made portcalls on south Korea on March 14 at a time when the situation on the Korean Peninsula is inching close to the phase of explosion owing to its hostile policy toward the DPRK. This clearly proves that the U.S. is working hard to overthrow the system in the DPRK and stifle it under the pretext of the nuclear issue between the DPRK and the U.S. Papers here Thursday say this in their signed commentaries.
    Rodong Sinmun notes: The U.S. dispatch of its carrier to south Korea is a reckless military blackmail and provocation against the DPRK as it indicates that its authorities are not working to settle the problem through its co-existence and dialogue with the DPRK but seeking to stifle it by force of arms.
    The U.S. is talking about "the six-party talks," leveling its guns at the DPRK after bringing the carrier to the peninsula, and pressurizing it to dismantle its "nuclear program." This is nothing but a move to disarm the DPRK and stifle it.
    The U.S. is now seized by war hysteria to invade the DPRK, guided by the strength-almighty theory. This is a serious mistake and blunder that may entail irretrievable catastrophic consequences.
    Should the U.S., overconfident of its "strength," opt for starting a war of aggression against the DPRK, persistently pursuing its hostile policy to stifle Pyongyang, the latter will mercilessly wipe out the aggressors with the matchless arms of Songun and achieve national reunification.
    Minju Joson urges the south Korean authorities to stop such treacherous acts as allowing the U.S. carrier to enter their port and join the aggressors in their war maneuvers, dropping their servility to the U.S. and anti-north confrontational posture as early as possible.

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