08 August 2012

US Loading Up For Pre-Emptive Attack on Norks?

No, it's not The Onion or The Daily Show. This is from KCNA, the official propaganda "news" agency of Naughty North Korea.

US Hit for Attempting Preemptive Attack on DPRK
Pyongyang, August 7 (KCNA) -- Some days ago, the U.S. opened to the public its deployment of Bunker-buster targeting the DPRK and Iran. It let the secretary of the Air Force make a spate of balderdash about the blowing power of the new bomb and the maximum distance which it can penetrate to destroy underground nuclear facilities.
Minju Joson Tuesday says in a bylined commentary in this regard:
This is another grave military provocation against the DPRK and an undisguised declaration of confrontation with it.
The U.S. developed and deployed this bomb with an aim to carry out its scenario for mounting a preemptive attack on the DPRK.
It is seeking to mount a preemptive strike at major military objects of the DPRK which are of strategic significance and thus neutralize the DPRK's military muscle for self-defence and realize its strategy for stifling the DPRK by force of arms. This proves that the strategy for world hegemony by force of arms still remains a major mode of the U.S. for realizing its foreign policy and it is its persistent intention to apply this to the Korean Peninsula.
Now that the dignity and security of the DPRK have been seriously threatened by the U.S. evermore intensified hostile policy toward it, there is no other choice but to bolster up its military muscle for self-defence.
The military and technological advantages are not a monopoly of the U.S. and will not work on the DPRK today.
The further the U.S. steps up pressure on the DPRK by force of arms, the further the DPRK will strengthen countermeasures.
The U.S. should stop at once the anachronistic military rackets, pondering over the consequences to be entailed by its moves for confrontation with the DPRK.


By: Brant

1 comment:

mad padre said...

"a spate of balderdash" - wow, them's fighting words. :)