Rodong Sinmun Brands "Cheonan" Case as Farce by US
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, June 15 (KCNA) -- The case of sinking of south Korean warship "Cheonan" was a poor farce invented by the United States from A to Z, says Rodong Sinmun Tuesday in a signed commentary.
There is no proper ground for the U.S. assertion that the south Korean warship was "attacked" by the DPRK's torpedo, it points out, and says:
Development presupposes peace, and peaceful environment is more urgently needed for the DPRK which is now making an all-out offensive to open the gate to a thriving nation till 2012.
In the light of common sense, it is clear that the DPRK wishing for the peaceful reunification of the country had nothing to do with the said case. A man of reason can easily understand that the case got the DPRK nowhere. That is why the world community has thrown big doubt about the attempt to link the case with the DPRK.
Recently, the relocation of the U.S. military base in Okinawa, an issue causing trouble between the U.S. and Japan, came to a settlement with a blitz. This goes to prove that the U.S. is the backstage manipulator and criminal chiefly responsible for the case.
The relocation was vital to the U.S. because this problem was related to the prospect of its Asia-Pacific strategy as well as U.S.-Japan alliance.
When taken into consideration what role the Futenma U.S. airfield station in Okinawa plays in the U.S. Asia strategy for aggression, anyone can guess with ease that the U.S. might concoct a shocking case enough to create an atmosphere of "security crisis" in a bid to maintain the said base.
It is not without reason that these days there have been raised such public opinion that the U.S. has tactfully used the warship sinking case to put Japan and south Korea under its tight military control and lay a siege and contain China and assertions that the case was caused by attack of the U.S. marines.
The U.S. ruling quarters left no means untried to conduct an operation aimed at politically ostracizing the Hatoyama regime, but in vain. Finally, they brought down the Hatoyama group by inventing the farce as a pretext for "security crisis" that the warship "Cheonan" was sunken by "torpedo of north Korea."
The U.S. does not hesitate to victimize its aggressor troops for aggression and war against other countries. Therefore, anyone can easily realize that it would have not been difficult for the U.S. to reduce to victims to the conspiratorial case the south Korean soldiers it regards as a mere cannon fodder.
The plot-breeders are bound to put in the dock of the international court anytime.
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