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Rodong Sinmun on U.S. Failure in Its "Anti-Terror War"

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

Pyongyang, November 12 (KCNA) -- The U.S. forces have fought the reckless "anti-terror war," utterly disregarding the capability and will of the people aspiring after independence and having no elementary consideration of their ability, too much obsessed with the idea of "military technological superiority." Rodong Sinmun Thursday says this in a signed article.

It goes on: No doubt this is a hopeless war for the U.S. It has failed to put under its control the struggle of the anti-U.S. resistance forces in Afghanistan and Iraq, adding to the toll of its troops, as it was not aware of its big ideological, moral and military weak points, contending that it could win the "anti-terror war" if it only goes superior in weaponry and military technology.

The U.S. forces ignited the Afghan and Iraqi wars all of a sudden, pinning much hope on their latest type weapons. These weapons, however, failed to play a decisive role.

The U.S. forces are serving in the army to have their individual selfish desires realized. This is one of their ideological and moral weak points.

They are operating hundreds of military bases in many countries and regions, having too many military targets and too long a front. This is also one of their vulnerable points.

They also failed to calculate that where independence is infringed upon, there always comes resistance and where there is resistance there always comes a revolutionary struggle.

The U.S. forces are now pushing the "anti-terror war" to a catastrophe, their energy waning, the article says, adding that the failure in the "anti-terror war" means a failure in their strategy based on strength.

The worldwide fierce anti-U.S. movement against the "anti-terror war" is bringing the U.S. position of being the world's "only superpower" to a rapid decline and precipitating the process of global independence, concludes the article.

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