|calendar>>October 2. 2012 Juch 101|
DPRK Will Not Remain Onlooker to U.S. Hostile Policy: Rodong Sinmun
| Pyongyang, October 2 (KCNA) -- The U.S. representative speaking at the Board of Governors' meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency said north Korea announced that it will review its nuclear policy under the "absurd pretext" of the U.S. hostile policy. He even said north Korea can never be recognized as a nuclear weapons state.
This is an open revelation of the U.S. intention to pursue the hostile policy toward the DPRK as before, Rodong Sinmun says in a bylined commentary Tuesday.
The DPRK will never remain an on-looker to the U.S. ever-more undisguised hostile moves but will do everything it can to defend the destiny of the country and the nation, the news analyst says.
Citing facts to prove the U.S. vicious pursuance of hostile policy toward the DPRK from Clinton administration to Obama administration, the commentary goes on:
The situation proves that unless the U.S. deep-rooted hostile policy toward the DPRK is removed, one can not expect a solution to any problem but will face escalating confrontation and increasing danger of conflict.
The U.S. administration authorities say that "they can never recognize north Korea as a nuclear weapons state" but it was not to get others' recognition that the DPRK accessed nukes.
It was compelled to have access to nukes because the world's biggest nuclear weapons possessor threatened to stifle it.
Gone never to return are the days when the U.S. threatened the DPRK with A-bomb.
Unless the U.S. renounces its hostile policy toward the DPRK, it will modernize and bolster its nuclear deterrent to the level beyond imagination.
The DPRK, which legitimately accessed nukes, will not care whether it is recognized as a nuclear weapons state or not.
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