calendar>>July 9. 2014 Juche 103
Minju Joson Discloses U.S. Nature as Harasser of Peace
Pyongyang, July 9 (KCNA) -- A spokesperson for the U.S. Department of State in a recent press interview said the measure of banning the use of anti-personnel mines will have nothing to do with defending the Korean peninsula in any form.

This goes to clearly prove that the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK and its foreign policy for aggression remain unchanged, says Minju Joson Wednesday in a commentary.

It goes on:

The mines planted in the areas along the Military Demarcation Line which divides Korea into two parts are the products of the U.S. strategy to dominate Korea.

The U.S. is regarding south Korea as a lever for putting pressure upon and containing hostile forces in realizing its strategy to dominate the Asia-Pacific region and a bridgehead for an advance into the continent.

The U.S. disclosed its intention to continue to use the anti-personnel mines in the areas along the MDL, an indication of its plan to persistently escalate military confrontation with the DPRK and continue to get hold of south Korea and turn it to good account in realizing its strategy to dominate the Asia-Pacific region.

The U.S. is working hard to convince the world of its "peace-loving stand" while availing itself of the international trend, but it is, indeed, a ridiculous act.

No matter what rigmarole the U.S. imperialists may resort to, they can never cover up their nature as the harasser of peace.

In order to ensure genuine peace and stability on the Korean peninsula, the U.S. should withdraw from south Korea at an early date, taking all its military personnel and lethal weapons.

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