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US Flailed for Charging DPRK with Nuclear Proliferation

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

Pyongyang, April 26 (KCNA) -- U.S. President Obama blustered that north Korea is the biggest concern as far as worldwide nuclear proliferation is concerned. The U.S. secretary of State, when interviewed by a TV broadcasting service, listed the DPRK as a dangerous state posing a potential nuclear threat, while talking sheer nonsense that north Korea could try whatever it possibly could as it already had access to nukes. The U.S. assistant secretary of Defense for Policy at a hearing held at the Senate Armed Services Committee grumbled that there is an increasing danger of north Korea's possible attack on the U.S. mainland with long-range missiles.

Rodong Sinmun Monday observes in a signed commentary in this regard:

It is foolhardy and preposterous for the U.S. to run the whole gamut of wordplays in a bid to charge the DPRK with "nuclear proliferation".

The commentary cites facts to prove that the DPRK has never posed any nuclear threat to other countries but, has been exposed to the U.S. constant nuclear threat for a long time.

If the U.S. has a true willingness to avert a nuclear war and ensure peace, it should substantially cut down its nuclear weapons, without letting loose rhetoric, and refrain from any act of sparking off a fresh arms race, the commentary notes, and goes on:

The U.S. hypocritical talk about "reduction of nuclear weapons" is just a version of the theory of bolstering up modern nuclear hardware, the theory of nuclear threat.

It is the ulterior aim of the U.S. to threaten the whole world with nuclear and non-nuclear weapons and mount a preemptive attack on any target any moment. Herein lies the reactionary and dangerous nature of the U.S. frantic moves for bolstering up strategic offensive weapons including modern nuclear weapons behind the scene of "nuclear disarmament".

It is quite natural for the DPRK to bolster up its war deterrent now that the U.S. is getting hell-bent on developing and bolstering up modern strategic offensive weapons under the pretext of non-existent "nuclear threat" from the DPRK and no one can find fault with it.



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