Wednesday, May 11, 2005

US Imperialists Attempt To Stifle The DPRK

Once more, the criminal imperialist gang of international US imperialist gangsters that is the Bush clique is attempting to stifle the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's Juche Idea-based perfect system, this time trying to hoodwink the United Nations into complicity with its nefarious plot. Growing ever more reckless in its war-crazed war-mongering, the Bush clique of capitalist consumerists are using the so called "nucular" issue to lauch a genocidal war of aggression against the people of the DPRK and their Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il :

Rodong Sinmun Slams Bush Group's Pressure upon DPRK

Pyongyang, May 10 (KCNA) -- The DPRK will not deal with such hooligans as the Bush group who have become evermore frantic in their offensive to pressurize it, says Rodong Sinmun Tuesday in a signed commentary. It goes on:

Bush and his clan are blustering that they would "refer the nuclear issue of north Korea to the UN Security Council." This clearly indicates their intention to brand the DPRK as a "nuclear criminal" at any cost and woo the United Nations to apply collective sanctions against the DPRK and stifle it in the end.

This goes to prove that the Bush group is one of hooligans bereft of any normal thinking power and they are not guys whom we can ever deal with.

The U.S. is entirely to blame for the deadlocked six-party talks and the delayed settlement of the nuclear issue. The Bush group has tightened the network of blockade against the DPRK by massively deploying armed forces in and around south Korea for a preemptive attack on it. And they adopted even the "North Korean Human Rights Act" in a bid to justify the anti-DPRK human rights offensive and the policy for bringing down the system in the DPRK.

The DPRK repeatedly demanded the U.S. rebuild itself the groundwork for the six-party talks destroyed by it.

Nevertheless, the U.S. branded the DPRK, its dialogue partner, as part of "an axis of evil" and then an "outpost of tyranny" far from making a switchover in its hostile policy toward the DPRK. The DPRK can not return to the talks as long as it is branded as such. The U.S. has gone the lengths of instigating the UN to put sanctions upon the DPRK.

The DPRK sees through the immature and bellicose nature of the cowboy-style foreign policy pursued by Bush, once known as a cowboy. The DPRK was wise and far-sighted when it stated that it would not expect any solution to the nuclear issue or any progress in the DPRK-U.S. relations during his term.

The army and the people of the DPRK will remain undeterred and strong-willed in face of any move of the U.S. to refer the nuclear issue to the UN. Their clear message is that the U.S. may do as it pleases. A caravan is bound to go ahead though dogs bark. The DPRK will invariably advance along the way chosen by itself despite any smear campaign or any pressure.

The U.S. warlike forces are sadly mistaken if they calculate they can get rid of the awkward position in which they have found themselves since the DPRK's declaration of access to nuclear weapons and isolate and stifle it through international pressure and blockade. The reality proves that it is the only way of settling the issue to steadily advance along the path chosen by the DPRK itself. The U.S. should bear this in mind and drop its rude behavior.

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