calendar>>November 9. 2012 Juch 101
Rodong Sinmun Says No to Imperialists' High-handed, Arbitrary Practices
Pyongyang, November 9 (KCNA) -- It is an important issue arising in the efforts to realize human desires for independence and peace and prosperity of nations to frustrate the imperialists' high-handed and arbitrary practices and policy of double standards.

Rodong Sinmun on Friday asserts this in a bylined article.

The imperialists are more desperately intensifying their military intervention and moves for aggression than ever before in a bid to grab strongholds of strategic importance, blinded by the wild ambition for world domination, the article says, and goes on:

The above-said actions of the imperialists entail grave consequences of sparking off distrust and conflicts among countries and a global arms race.

It is the lesson drawn from the present complicated international situation that it is quite impossible for the people to protect their sovereignty, much less achieving prosperity and progress, as long as the imperialists are allowed to perpetrate military intervention and arbitrary practices and enforce the policy of double standards.

Frustrating the imperialists' aggression and war moves precisely means a struggle for preserving peace and, at the same time, a struggle to create an international environment favorable for building a new independent world.

Now that the imperialists are coming out as an alliance to achieve their aggressive purpose, it is necessary to counter their military intervention and moves for aggression with a strategy of unity.

The moves and changes on the international arena in recent years go to prove that the world is advancing in keeping with the trend of independence despite the high-handed and arbitrary practices of the imperialists.

The article calls upon the independent and peace-loving progressive people to intensify their struggle on the international arena to foil those practices and the policy of double standards.

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