calendar>>May 7. 2009 Juche 98
U.S. Wrong Policy toward DPRK Rebutted
Pyongyang, May 7 (KCNA) -- The process of the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula has been totally scuttled and a grave political and military tension is now prevailing in Northeast Asia. The blame for this rests entirely with the United States and its followers.

Minju Joson today says this in a signed commentary. It cites facts to prove that the U.S. and its followers blatantly violated the sovereignty of the DPRK and seriously defamed the dignity of the Korean people while taking issue with its satellite launch.

In fact, if something right was to be done, Japan should have been pulled up for pushing forward its space development strategy for military purposes in gross violation of the international commitment to the peaceful use of outer space, the commentary says, and goes on:

The U.S. is unreasonably and doggedly pulling up the DPRK for refusing to meekly obey it, while pursuing its wild design to isolate and stifle the latter.

While following its foreign policy, the U.S. resorts to high-handed and arbitrary practices in violation of international justice and impartiality, overestimating its strength. It is the reality of the international community that many worldwide issues are not properly dealt with as required by international law and the principle of impartiality due to the U.S. high-handed and arbitrary practices.

The U.S. is a rogue and gangster of the world community as it is engaging itself in the said practices in reliance on strength only in utter disregard of international law and the principle of impartiality.

The reality goes to prove that though the present U.S. administration put up the signboard of "change" and "multilateral cooperation diplomacy" it is, in essence, pursuing a unilateral policy little different from the Bush administration's.

As long as officials of such administration are allowed to do as they please, it will be impossible to ensure the international justice and observe the principle of impartiality.

Under the present situation, in which international law and all other things are thrown into utter confusion by the U.S., the only way out for each nation is to build up its strength.

It is the unshakable faith and will of the DPRK to counter the U.S. strong-arm policy with its own strength.

The U.S. would be well advised to behave itself, properly understanding who its rival is.

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