KCNA Commentary Slams U.S. Hypocritical Talk about Dialogue
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, April 30 (KCNA) -- Voices that the DPRK's stand is unacceptable are heard from among high-ranking officials of the U.S. after a statement was issued by the Policy Department of the DPRK National Defence Commission.
A spokesman for the White House in a press conference on April 18 claimed that the U.S. is still keen to "have trustworthy and sincere negotiations with north Korea" but it has not shown any sincere approach toward its dismantlement of nukes. On the same day U.S. secretary of State Kerry said at the Senate meeting that the U.S. cannot accept conditions raised by north Korea, adding that the U.S. can start negotiations with north Korea only when it makes a bold decision to dismantle its nukes.
The U.S. hypocritical talk about dialogue is nothing but rhetoric for confrontation with the DPRK as it is aimed to evade the blame for the tension on the Korean Peninsula and carry out its policy for stifling the DPRK.
The tension on the peninsula is bringing consequences contrary to what the U.S. intended. Upset by this, it proposed dialogue to the DPRK on April 11. It was so arrogant that it asserted dialogue is possible only when the DPRK stops "provocative" remarks and show its will to realize denuclearization and halt the missile launch, to begin with.
Such outbursts as terming the just countermeasures taken by the army and people of the DPRK to defend its sovereignty and rights to live and develop provocations can be mouthed only by the hostile forces blinded by the ambition to stifle the DPRK.
It is a well-known fact that the U.S. has persisted in the moves to ignite a war and apply sanctions against the DPRK, an invulnerable fortress standing against the U.S. strategy for dominating Asia for several decades.
The U.S. sanctions and frantic war exercises against the DPRK over its satellite launch for peaceful purposes and nuclear test for self-defence have reached the height in their aggressive and ferocious nature.
The escalating tension on the Korean Peninsula is entirely attributable to the U.S. heinous hostile policy toward the DPRK.
The U.S. is seriously mistaken if it thinks it can cover up its sinister scenario by talking about dialogue though it is the arch criminal who drove the situation to the brink of a nuclear war.
The situation goes to prove that most just is the stand of the DPRK which calls for an immediate halt to the hostile forces' anti-DPRK provocations and their moves for a nuclear war, assurances against the recurrence of such actions and a total withdrawal of the U.S. nuclear strike means.
The U.S. should stop talking about hypocritical dialogue and explicitly choose between war and peace.
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