calendar>>July 23. 2014 Juche 103
Rodong Sinmun Urges U.S. to Coolly Judge Its Hostile Policy towards DPRK
Pyongyang, July 23 (KCNA) -- The U.S. desire to see the DPRK dismantling its nukes first remains a daydream as long as there are imperialism and nuclear threats on the earth, says Rodong Sinmun Wednesday in an article.

It goes on:

It was a tragedy that those countries which dismantled the hard-won war deterrent, pinning foolish hope on the U.S., fell victim to its aggression in the end. The DPRK's nuclear deterrence is an inevitable option for self-defence to protect its right to existence in the international area where high-handed practices based on the U.S.-style "theory of force" prevail.

As far as the policy of "strategic patience" which Obama shaped and is working hard to realize it is concerned, it is the DPRK's stand and pluck to wait for with a high degree of patience till the White House has its boss with normal realistic judgment and thinking power.

The DPRK's nuclear strike means, the powerful war deterrent, will be diversified and have stronger capability with the passage of time.

It declared that the U.S. is its major target.

The more desperately the U.S. pursues its wild ambition for pressurizing the DPRK to dismantle its nuclear deterrent with brigandish assertions, the noisier conspiratorial "human rights" racket it kicks up to impair the prestige of the dignified DPRK and escalates the smear campaign against its social system and the more ridiculous fictions about "provocation" and "threat" it is spreading in a bid to push the situation on the Korean peninsula to the brink of a war, the deeper abyss of self-contradiction it will fall into and the more miserable its position of downhill turn will become.

Obama should make a political decision at an early date as required by the trend of the times by making a cool judgment of the U.S. harsh hostile policy toward the DPRK, though belatedly.

Chance is not always given to the U.S.

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