U.S. Invariable Ambition for World Domination Flayed
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, May 22 (KCNA) -- The United States made public its military budget for the fiscal 2010 shortly ago. According to it, the U.S. plans to spend 534 billion U.S. dollars for military purposes in the new fiscal year.
Commenting on this, a news analyst of Rodong Sinmun Friday observes: This is a 4 percent increase over the military budget for the fiscal 2009 shaped by the former Bush administration and larger than the military budgets of the 25 countries with the biggest military spending in the world put together.
Referring to the policy orientation of the new U.S. administration, the news analyst notes:
It is the strategic goal and hegemonic ambition of the U.S. to turn the world inhabited by nearly seven billion people into one dominated and controlled by it.
To this end, the U.S. is hell-bent on the reckless arms race and aggression and war against other countries.
The new U.S. administration is keen to move the theatre of its "anti-terrorism war" for aggression fought by the former administration inside the territory of Pakistan and escalate it.
It is increasing the threat and blackmail against the anti-imperialist and independent countries including the DPRK.
The U.S. groundlessly found fault with the DPRK's successful launch of satellite Kwangmyongsong-2 under its space development program for peaceful purposes. It pressurized the UNSC into issuing an unreasonable "presidential statement" critical of the satellite launch.
It is also escalating its pressure upon Iran, taking issue with its peaceful nuclear development project this or that way.
The new U.S. administration is putting spurs to the moves to build an adventurous missile shield, which sparks a worldwide arms race, and working hard to realize its ambition for world domination through the expansion and reinforcement of the NATO.
This goes to eloquently prove that no matter how frequently a regime changes in the U.S. its imperialists' ambition for world domination based on the "upperhand of military strength" and their scenario for hegemony remain unchanged.
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