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U.S. Anti-Terror War Bound to Meet Fiasco

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

   Pyongyang, November 28 (KCNA) -- In the wake of the "September 11 incident" the U.S. imperialists declared a war against terrorism and kicked off the war by launching armed invasion of Afghanistan. This high-handed military action is brutal international terrorism and a war of aggression to stifle the anti-imperialist independent countries and realize their wild ambition to dominate the world. This anti-terror war launched by them is now fated to meet a debacle. Rodong Sinmun today observes this in a signed article. It goes on: The Iraqi war has brought to daylight the reactionary and dangerous nature of the anti-terror war. The U.S. imperialists did not bother to commit monstrous crimes against civilians in Iraq.
    Their anti-terror war of aggression has brought huge casualties and material losses to them and triggered off an unbroken occurrence of bloody terrorism worldwide, sending shivers down the spine of people.
    The above-said war fought by the Bush administration has caused irretrievable serious consequences to the world.
    Strong voices critical of the war are heard from the U.S., UK and other allies as its reactionary and dangerous nature has been brought to bold relief.
    The results of the midterm Congressional election in the U.S. that culminated in the defeat of the Republican Party on November 7 clearly indicated that Americans are opposed to the above-said war.
    The U.S. now finds itself in a very difficult position.
    Tight-corned at home and abroad, Bush at last instructed his confidents to reexamine the administration's Iraqi policy and had no alternative but to fire Rumsfeld as defense secretary though he has more faithfully executed its anti-terror strategy than any others.
    The world public is becoming increasingly assertive that chief criminals of this war should be sternly judged as it is a criminal war against humankind.
    It is the immutable law governing the development of history that justice is bound to prevail over injustice.
    The Bush administration would be well advised to stop at once its anti-terror war fated to meet a fiasco, bearing this truth in mind.

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