U.S. Hack Media Trying to Mislead Public Opinion
Fox News TV, CBS and CNN of the U.S. recently let U.S. high-ranking officials appear in their programs and quoted them as saying about the DPRK-U.S. talks. And they were as impudent as to make rubbish that if the DPRK meets the requirements of the U.S., it can get "large-scale non-governmental economic aid" and that it should show that the denuclearization goes in a verifiable and irreversible way.
This is nonsense of hack media on the payroll of power, ignorant of who is the rival.
Now that U.S. media are still building up public opinion that the DPRK comes to the negotiating table with the U.S. in a hope to get "economic aid" from it, we can not but make the fact clear.
It is the U.S. that asked for DPRK-U.S. talks first.
The U.S. has recently come to realise that the military strength, it regards as almighty, and the anti-DPRK sanctions, it pinned hope on, were all doomed to failure. After all, there could be no other way out for the U.S.
The international community contends that the world-startling dramatic change in the DPRK-U.S. ties was entirely thanks to the DPRK's efforts for peace and stability of the Korean Peninsula and the world.
As far as the "economic aid" advertised by the U.S. is concerned, the DPRK has never expected it.
U.S. media would be well advised to stop talking nonsense as hack media and deeply study what the strategic line advanced at the historic April Plenary Meeting of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea means.
Ri Hak Nam