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U.S. "Defense Review Report" Flailed

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

    Pyongyang, March 10 (KCNA) -- The U.S. Department of Defense on Feb. 1 made public a "defense review report", which contains plans for the reinforcement of special armed forces, the increase of maneuverability of ground and air forces, the maintenance of the navy's capability of simultaneously operating on the sea and the coast and the intensified collection of information in 20 years to cope with "terrorism" and "threat". After all, the "report" is considered to be a long-term plan for aggressive military actions designed to conduct the "war on terrorism" on a worldwide scale, Rodong Sinmun today says in a signed article.
    Branding the "report" as a document of aggression and war to realize the U.S. ambition for domination over the Asia-Pacific region and carry into overall practice the "strategy for preemptive attack", the article says:
    What draws attention in the "report" is the simulation of a "dangerous state". The U.S. seeks to ignite a war against the DPRK at any cost so as to realize its wild ambition for domination over the whole of Korea and take it as a breakthrough in conquering Asia. That is why the U.S. intends to convert its forces in south Korea into "rapid task forces" under the pretext of "strategic flexibility" to escalate its military intervention in the Korean Peninsula and other parts of Asia. The "report" was worked out and announced at a time when humankind stands for peace against war more staunchly than ever before. It is an act of going against the trend of the times towards detente and an open challenge to humankind's desire for peace.
    The world's peace-loving people should see through the aggressive nature of the U.S. imperialists and their ambition for world supremacy and wage a vigorous struggle against their aggression and war moves.

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