U.S. Hostile Policy Is Bound to Go Bankrupt
In a short period of four months since the successful test-fire of ground-to-ground intermediate-range strategic ballistic missile Pukguksong-2 in February, great events to be etched in the history of building a Juche-based nuclear power have been witnessed one after another in the DPRK.
They are all miraculous successes unprecedented in the world nuclear-power-building history and a great and brilliant victory unprecedented in the fierce showdown among world's big powers.
The DPRK is about 10 400 km far away from New York. But this is just not a long distance for its strike today.
The U.S. is feeling uneasy as this might be proven in practice. This is because its hostile policy will end in futile when the DPRK conducts the test-fire of ICBM capable of precisely striking any place of the U.S. mainland.
Trump blustered early this year that the DPRK's final access to a nuclear weapon that can reach the U.S. mainland will never happen.
But the strategic weapons tests conducted by the DPRK clearly proved that the time of its ICBM test is not a long way off at all.
Despite any critical contingency, the ICBM reflecting the dignity of Juche Korea and the death-defying resolution of all its service personnel and people will soar into the sky with dynamism at any time and from any location set by its supreme headquarters.
And its successful test will solemnly declare the total bankruptcy of the U.S. hostile policy.
Ri Kyong Su