Reorganization of U.S. Forces Assailed
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, March 22 (KCNA) -- The Bush bellicose forces are absorbed in reorganizing the Second Division of the U.S. forces in south Korea into a new combat system. This is one more open challenge and provocation to the sincere efforts of the DPRK for the six-party talks and a peaceful solution to the nuclear issue as it is a clear evidence of the U.S. accelerated preparations for a preemptive attack on the DPRK.
This is what Rodong Sinmun says in its commentary Tuesday.
The news analyst goes on:
The U.S. is working to hasten the qualitative reinforcement of its forces present in south Korea and carry into practice its scheme to invade the DPRK by a preemptive attack with task forces involving new latest weapons and medium-and long-range offensive means.
Having replaced the existing military strategy based on the ground force with a long-range strike strategy based on the task force, the United States is scheming to round off on its extension line the reorganization of the U.S. forces in south Korea two years earlier than schedule. This is patent proof that the Bush forces are afire with the wild ambition for a war against the DPRK.
The U.S has reached so grave stage in its aggressive strategy as it is working hard to hold unrivaled military predominance by boosting the strategic and mobile attack forces and long-range operation capability to an unprecedented level in and around south Korea and, on this basis, stifle the DPRK by force of arms and seize military initiative in Northeast Asia.
For this reason south Korea finds itself in a dangerous phase where it may be embroiled into regional disputes in its surroundings and international armed conflicts at any moment.
The U.S. should stop its reckless war gamble right away, clearly aware that the reorganization of forces and war moves against the DPRK which drive the situation to confrontation and brink of a war are acts of self-destruction.
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