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KCNA Commentary Accuses U.S. of Spreading Fresh False Story

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

Pyongyang, September 10 (KCNA) -- These days the U.S. is busy spreading new false stories such as "story of abduction of American university student" as part of its smear campaign against the DPRK.

The U.S. let riff-raffs of plot-breeding organizations including the "North Korea Freedom Coalition" of the U.S. and the "meeting of families of north's abductees" to say that an American university student who disappeared in China 12 years ago might have been abducted by north Korea. The U.S. calls for "signature campaign" through internet in demand of passing a "draft resolution" on the incident through Congress. Furthermore, the U.S. prodded Western media into floating the story that "hundreds of Americans reported missing were in prison of north Korea," claiming this was secret information obtained from data base of the CIA.

The fact that the CIA and many anti-DPRK plot-breeding organizations, its tools, were involved in spreading the above-said false propaganda suffices to guess the purpose and the whole aspect of the charade.

This is another politically-motivated provocation aimed at impairing the ever-rising prestige of the DPRK in the international arena as it is nothing but a psychological warfare putting into the shade the Hitler fascist clique in the light of its style and method.

The U.S. tried to use the doctrine of the fascist maniac that "telling a lie hundred times makes people believe it" and experience of the anti-Soviet propaganda that "radios and publications brought 'victory' which could not be achieved by nuclear blackmail." However, the above-said chicanery proved to be false from the beginning.

The American media, expressing suspicion about the case, terming it "shocking news," conveyed the fact that the Chinese authorities drew the conclusion that the American university student might have drowned at that time.

Contrary to assertions of tricksters that a "defector from the north" saw the American university student in Pyongyang, the mother of "missing student" said she did not believe blindly press reports and the U.S. Department of State said at the beginning that there was no evidence proving it and it was under discussion with the Chinese authorities.

Against this backdrop, the "North Korea Freedom Coalition" is claiming that the U.S. Department of State and intelligence authorities are coordinating the investigation into the incident with Japan, south Korea and others. This makes clear in to what direction the "investigation" would be conducted.

As seen above, the recent false propaganda is a continuation of the anti-DPRK moves pursuant to the U.S. policy and a prelude to a new war.

Such false propaganda is little short of a preemptive attack heralding an actual physical war tomorrow as it is a common practice in modern wars for a psychological warfare to reach the height before the full involvement of means for physical war.

The Korean peninsula is technically at war as the world's biggest nuclear strike means are massively deployed for actions and there is neither judicial nor institutional mechanism on the peninsula to avert a war.

The false propaganda launched by the U.S. under the touch-and-go-situation is designed to secure a pretext for igniting a war of aggression.

The U.S., however, is seriously mistaken.

The DPRK has its own mode of counteraction to foil any provocation of the enemies at one stroke.

The successful nuclear warhead explosive test of the DPRK is part of practical counteraction against the threats and sanctions of the U.S. and other hostile forces pulling up the DPRK over the exercise of its right to self-defence in persistent denial of the strategic position of the DPRK, a full-fledged nuclear weapons state.

The DPRK is always ready to beat back any enemy attack.

Steadfast is the will of the service personnel and people of the DPRK to take the toughest counteraction against the enemies. -0-

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