Rodong Sinmun on "Strategic Flexibility" of U.S. Troops
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, March 12 (KCNA) -- The "strategic flexibility" of the U.S. troops stationed in south Korea is a means of aggression and military interference for the U.S. imperialists to realize their Asia strategy and wild ambition for world domination by making crafty use of the changed international situation. Rodong Sinmun says this in a signed article on Sunday.
It goes on:
The U.S. imperialists' theory of "strategic flexibility" is a new Korean war doctrine intended to achieve their hegemonic purpose under the signboard of "peace" and "stability" and a theory of domination over Northeast Asia. Their persistent move to materialize the "strategy flexibility" of the U.S. troops in south Korea pursues a sinister aim to perpetuate their military occupation of south Korea and update the U.S. armed forces in south Korea and around the Korean Peninsula and upgrade their mobility so as to ignite a war against the DPRK with ease. It is a criminal act of harassing peace and stability in the region as it is a fresh military strategy designed to invade the DPRK and Asia.
If the "strategic flexibility" of the U.S. troops in south Korea comes true the U.S. imperialists would have feasibility to ignite a war not only in the Korean Peninsula but also in any area of Asia any moment.
That is why the withdrawal of the U.S. troops from south Korea is an urgent issue related to peace and security in the Korean Peninsula and Northeast Asia and, furthermore, the rest of the world.
The Asian countries should turn out as one in the dynamic struggle to check and frustrate the U.S. moves, mindful of the aggressive nature and danger of the "strategic flexibility" of the U.S. troops in south Korea.
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