DPRK's Access to H-bomb Aimed to Finally Settle Accounts with Aggressors: Minju Joson
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, January 14 (KCNA) -- Upon hearing the news that Juche Korea completely succeeded in the first H-bomb test, the south Korean chief executive rushed to her underground shelter, going busy with holding a 'security meeting' and crying out for forcing the north to 'pay a very high price for it'.
Echoing her outbursts, Chongwadae issued a 'statement' and issued an order for 'state of emergency'. In the meantime, gentries of the 'Saenuri Party' cried out for 'nuclear weaponization,' blustering that they would not allow the DPRK's access to nukes'.
Minju Joson Thursday says in a commentary in this regard:
The south Korean conservative ruling forces' hysteric row of pulling up the DPRK only touches off derision among all Koreans.
The DPRK's H-bomb test allows no one to slander it as it is the just self-defensive measure of a sovereign state.
It is self-evident that one can not cope with the ever-increasing nuclear threat and blackmail of the U.S. and its followers with their bare hands.
This truth has been proved in practice in the whole historic course of the confrontation with the U.S. over the past several decades.
This being a hard reality, the south Korean conservative group is vociferating about what it called 'price' in a bid to downplay the significance of the event to be specially recorded in the nation's history spanning five thousand years. This is nothing but a revelation of bitter hatred hostility towards the compatriots in the north.
Gone are days never to return when the DPRK could talk to the group.
As the army and people of the DPRK paid a very high price owing to the U.S. moves, they are waiting for the moment to finally settle accounts with the U.S. The DPRK had access to H-bomb despite manifold difficulties and hardships not to hurt the compatriots under any circumstances. It is aimed to finally settle accounts with the aggressors and provocateurs keen to do harm to the DPRK and thus ultimately defuse the danger of a nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula and bring an eternal rosy future to the nation. -0-
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