U.S. Should Give up Wild Dream of Stifling DPRK by Force
The U.S. and other hostile forces are seeking to trigger a nuclear war, conducting ceaseless joint military exercises under the eyes of the DPRK.
The U.S. has more frantically conducted nuclear war drills from the outset of the year despite the DPRK's warnings and public protests.
The standoff between the DPRK and U.S. has lasted over half a century but the latter's hysterical moves to invade the former have reached the height this year.
We have clearly showed the will to mercilessly smash the war maniacs with a barrage of concentrated strikes as they are wrecking peace on the Korean peninsula and regional stability and bring the situation to the brink of a nuclear war.
The U.S. is describing the DPRK's nuclear deterrent for self-defense as a "threat to the world" just like "the guilty party filing the suit first".
The reality clearly shows that the only way to protect peace and stability of the Korean peninsula and the region from the U.S. and its vassal forces' nuclear threat and blackmail is to ensure the equilibrium of force by beefing up the nuclear force both in quality and quantity so as to annihilate the invaders and provocateurs without mercy.
Peace is guaranteed by equilibrium of force. This is the truth taught by the reality in which highhandedness and tyranny of imperialism are rampant.
The DPRK has made a great contribution to ensuring peace of this planet, defending peace and security and frustrating the U.S. attempt to ignite a new world war by dint of its powerful war deterrent.
The U.S. should drop a daydream of stifling the DPRK by force of arms.
Ri Hyon Do