Hillary's Brigandish Sophism Slammed
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, June 22 (KCNA) -- Hillary, U.S. secretary of State, was recently reported to have blustered during her junket of Middle and South American countries that the DPRK poses a threat to the world peace and it is necessary to "convince" the world public of this fact. Such sophism is intended to win the support for the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK from other countries.
Her remarks about the DPRK's "threat" to the global peace are brigandish sophism reminiscent of a thief crying "Stop the thief!" Rodong Sinmun Tuesday says in a signed commentary.
The commentary further says:
The U.S. is planning to stage another large-scale joint military exercises with south Korea in the waters of the West Sea of Korea. This is a revelation of the dangerous scheme to disturb the peace.
The situation of the Korean Peninsula is now at the crucial phase in which an all-out war may break out any moment. Therefore, the reckless joint military exercises projected under such situation can not be construed otherwise than a scenario to ignite another Korean war.
Citing facts to prove that peace and security have been threatened and disturbed not only in the Korean Peninsula but also other regions intervened by the U.S., the commentary brands the U.S. as the very one disturbing global peace and security.
The U.S. ruling forces would be well advised to stop making such remarks that turn black into white.
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