Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Two Bellicose (even for them) Items from (North) Korea News

U.S. Imperialists Threaten Peace in Korean Peninsula, Says Rodong Sinmun

A large-ish excerpt:
The United States has kicked up frantic war rackets against the DPRK from the first day of its occupation of south Korea. Due to the U.S. imperialists' policy of aggression and new war provocation moves, Korea is always under the tense situation in which a war may break out any moment. The presence of the U.S. troops in south Korea clearly proves that the U.S. imperialists are the main force threatening peace in the Korean Peninsula. It is owing to the war provocation moves of the U.S. imperialist aggressor troops stationed in south Korea against peace and reunification that a durable peace has not been achieved in Korea and its peaceful reunification has been delayed.

The U.S. ambition for aggression on the DPRK has become all the more frantic today to stifle it militarily and dominate the whole of Korea. The U.S. is escalating military tension in the Korean Peninsula and bringing about the danger of a nuclear war, while kicking up a nuclear racket against the DPRK and resorting to "sanctions" and "human rights" offensive against it.

If a war breaks out in the peninsula, the Koreans will suffer irretrievable nuclear disasters. Anybody will fall a victim to it and the existence of the Korean nation itself will be in danger.

U.S. and S. Korean Warhawks' Moves for War against DPRK Flayed

Another large-ish excerpt:
The warmongers of the south Korean military, at the instigation of their American master, are busy developing and introducing latest war hardware, while talking about "sort of capacity of independently executing a war" and "acquisition of combat power for deterring the north". The commentary terms the above-said moves unpardonable criminal acts to throw hurdles in the way of finding a peaceful solution to the nuclear issue between the DPRK and the U.S., escalate confrontation and tensions on the Korean Peninsula and unleash a nuclear war against the DPRK at any cost . . . .

The Bush group uttered that the U.S. is not hostile to north Korea but respects its sovereignty. But it, in actuality, has made careful preparations in all aspects to mount military attacks on the DPRK anytime.

The outcries let loose by the U.S. trigger-happy circles are little short of declaring that the U.S. has already completed the preparations for a preemptive nuclear attack on the DPRK.

A war may break out on the Korean Peninsula any moment.
No jokes this time.

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