Shrieks of Senile
Back home from his visit to south Korea recently, former U.S. President Bush piled up abuses on us, saying much about the "lack of human rights" and "threat" from the North.
Why did so? Apparently he wanted to put on a brake to the progress of the inter-Korean relations and egg on the local puppets to stepped-up confrontation with the North, the evil design he had failed to achieve during his term of office.
Bush is an old man, maybe in his second childhood. It is a pity, however, what the United States wants of this old man now breathing his last.
Our Army and the people hate the U.S. for its heinous war efforts. We know what they intend to do through military exercises Key Resolve and Foal Eagle even with the involvement of a nuclear sub and other strategic nuclear arms. We also know their frantic drives to stifle our Republic by accusing us of threatening them with rocket firing drills. It is not our Republic but the U.S. that works viciously to hamper the progress of inter-Korean relations and start a new war of aggression in the Korean Peninsula.
The U.S. should look into the stark reality. Our Army and the people are united into an unbreakable, harmonious whole and our Juche cause of socialism has been making a triumphal advance, which no force on earth can hold in check.
The U.S. had better give up its desperate efforts to stop our vigorous onward march. All its foolish efforts will end in failure.
Sim Chol Yong