S. Korean Authorities Urged to Stop Anti-DPRK N-Racket
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, April 19 (KCNA) -- The south Korean chief executive was recently reported to have again raised the "nuclear issue of the north" at the "Nuclear Security Summit" held in Washington and cried out for strengthening international "cooperation" to cope with it.
Rodong Sinmun Monday observes in a signed commentary carried in this regard:
The chief executive of south Korea begged for international "cooperation" over the "nuclear issue" in the DPRK, zealously following the U.S. hostile policy toward it. In a word, this betrays a dangerous and reckless scenario to escalate the political and military confrontation on the Korean Peninsula and ignite a nuclear war on it at any cost, backed by foreign forces.
He went the lengths of talking nonsense that the U.S. "nuclear posture review" guarantees the invariable "policy of nuclear umbrella". These outbursts indicate that he has totally discarded the soul of the nation.
As far as the "nuclear posture review" is concerned, it is a document for aggression which proves that the U.S. is making the ignition of a nuclear war on the peninsula an established fact, still keeping the DPRK on the list of targets of preemptive nuclear attack. As a matter of fact, the U.S. committed itself to turn Korea into shambles of a nuclear war. However, the south Korean puppet group played the coquette with this aggressor, voicing support for him and ballyhooing about "nuclear umbrella" and the like. This cannot be interpreted otherwise than a thrice-cursed act of treachery as it is aimed at bringing a nuclear disaster to the Korean nation.
The south Korean conservative group is now more desperately pursuing "cooperation" with foreign forces over the "nuclear issue" in the DPRK not because the group feels any "threat". By taking advantage of the U.S. evermore desperate smear campaign to pressurize the DPRK to "dismantle its nukes first" in a bid to stifle it, the group seeks to escalate the international racket of confrontation with the DPRK and ignite a nuclear war of aggression against it at any cost with the backing of foreign forces.
The conservative group veiled with the word of "pragmatism" is seriously mistaken if it calculates it can bring down the DPRK through "nuclear cooperation" with foreign forces.
The above-said "cooperation" pursued by the south Korean authorities with foreign forces will only invite bitterer curse and denunciation from the nation and precipitate their final ruin.
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