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US Urged to Drop Its Daydream to Dominate World

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

Pyongyang, July 21 (KCNA) -- Of late the U.S. Department of Defense formally announced that the U.S.-south Korea joint military maneuvers would be kicked off soon. These maneuvers are, to all intents and purposes, dangerous saber-rattling aimed at rounding off their preparations for joint military actions, pursuant to their scenario for a war of aggression against the DPRK and mounting a surprise preemptive attack on it.

Minju Joson Wednesday observes in a signed commentary in this regard:

The U.S. is contemplating staging a joint anti-submarine drill under the pretext of coping with the "intrusion" of DPRK's submarines into the waters of the east and west seas of Korea. But lurking behind these moves are a design to invade the DPRK to put the whole of Korea under its control and a more important aim to establish military hegemony in Northeast Asia and pressurize and contain other big powers by force of arms in this region.

As Northeast Asia including the Korean Peninsula is of great military and strategic importance, the U.S. considers the peninsula, a gateway to the region, as its vantage point for carrying out its strategy of Asian aggression.

Cold War came to an end but the U.S. ambition to dominate the world remains unchanged. Its moves for a war of aggression have become evermore pronounced to carry out the strategy to put Asia and the Pacific under its control.

Asian countries will never remain an onlooker to the U.S. moves to hold military hegemony.

If enemies dare provoke a war, the army and people of the DPRK who have bolstered up the war deterrent in every way will wage an all-out struggle and demonstrate the mettle of Songun Korea.

The U.S. would be well advised to give up its foolish dream to control other countries and dominate the world by dint of its strong-arm military policy.



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