U.S. Imperialists' Policy of Strength Bound to Go Bust
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, November 27 (KCNA) -- The U.S. imperialists are persistently pursuing their policy of strength towards independent countries, but it is bound to go bust, says Rodong Sinmun Monday in a signed article. It goes on:
Almost all the U.S. rulers committed wars of plunder and aggression. The U.S. imperialists' policy of strength has become evermore pronounced since the outset of the new century.
Their high-handed and arbitrary practices and policy of strength are by no means all-powerful. The U.S. bellicose forces are frantically following their policy of strength, considering themselves to be the master of the world, but they are now running helter-skelter in face of the strong protest and condemnation by the people desirous of independence and peace.
The U.S. imperialists are now finding themselves in a bottomless pit in Iraq, and left-wing forces have come to power again in those countries where they had helped pro-U.S. elements seize power by use of force.
Those who infringe upon others' sovereignty have short wings as they are not supported by the people.
As the people's desire for independence grows stronger and history advances, the imperialist aggressor forces will stand further isolated and will not be able to escape their doom in the end.
The U.S. strong-arm policy is nothing but a desperate effort of the doomed. It is a daydream for the U.S. imperialists to eliminate and stifle the progressive countries, counting on their upper hand of strength.
The progressive people of the world who have turned out in the struggle for independence and peace against the U.S. will bury in the dumping ground of history the U.S. war mongers hell-bent on aggression and war. The moves for aggression and war stepped up by the U.S. imperialists would only precipitate their doomsday. They had better face up to the trend of the times toward independence and peace and drop their anachronistic policy of strength.
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