U.S. "War on Terrorism" and "Spread of Democracy" Bound to Go Bust
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, May 30 (KCNA) -- The U.S.-touted "war on terrorism" and "spread of democracy" is censured worldwide and is on the verge of total bankruptcy due to its reactionary and aggressive nature, says Rodong Sinmun Tuesday in a signed article. Citing the results of a recent opinion poll on Bush conducted in the U.S. and a series of other information, the article says:
The Bush bellicose forces are falling deep into the pit they have dug themselves.
What the popular masses desire is global peace and security based on justice and respect for sovereignty. Those dead-set against this desire and swimming against the trend of times are bound to meet severe punishment.
The U.S. "war on terrorism" brings nothing but an evil cycle of terrorism and retaliation, social chaos and disorder.
Democracy can neither be exported nor imported. It is bound to get further mature in the course of meeting the people's wishes for independence through the exercise of sovereignty by each country. It is the people of each country who should judge themselves whether democracy is alive or not. The U.S., however, is working hard to impose "democracy" of its own style upon all countries of the world, advertising it as a "model." It is set to spread "democracy" through the "war on terrorism."
The Bush forces' "war on terrorism" and "spread of democracy" is not aimed at ensuring freedom and peace but at attaining the selfish aim of the U.S. to dominate the world.
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