KCNA Discloses Motive of U.S. Story about "Nuclear Missile Threat" from DPRK
Date: 27/01/2018 | Source: KCNA.co.jp (English) | Read original version at source
Pyongyang, January 27 (KCNA) -- The U.S. CIA director nowadays claims that he is making "various options" for the president, while talking about the DPRK's nuclear strike capabilities.
In an interview with U.S. CBS on Jan. 22, he said: north Korea is to delivering a nuclear attack on the United States in few months. The U.S. government is working diligently to extend that timeline. But the core risk that the policymakers needed to know was that north Korea's nuclear weapons program is continuing to expand, advance, become more powerful, more capable, more reliable.
He, in a lecture in Washington D.C. on Jan. 23, uttered that the logical next step of north Korea would be to develop the capacity to deliver from multiple firings of ballistic missiles simultaneously. He added that it might put nuclear missile technology for auction to earn money and that various options would be presented to the president in case it is impossible to settle north Korea's issue in a diplomatic manner.
It is ill-boding that the U.S. is building up public opinion about the story of "nuclear and missile threat" from the DPRK at a time when high-ranking officials of the U.S. political circle and administration were openly making reckless remarks on the military options against the DPRK.
This is a revelation of the sinister intention of the Trump group to turn back the climate of reconciliation between the north and the south of Korea at any cost and focus international attention on the DPRK's "denuclearization" once again as it is an expression of the U.S. displeasure with the reality in which the situation is heading towards detente and peace on the Korean Peninsula.
The world is sincerely pleased to see the climate of reconciliation and cooperation on the peninsula created by the proactive and magnanimous decision of the DPRK and hope that the coming Winter Olympics would become an occasion of peace and reconciliation.
However, on the contrary to this, the U.S. is making desperate efforts to chill the hard-won climate of detente on the peninsula.
It deliberately strains the situation while massively introducing nuclear carrier task forces such as Carl Vinson, Ronald Reagan and Stennis and nuclear war hardware including B-2 and B-52 in the vicinity of the Korean Peninsula, and it is mulling putting brake on the positive development of the situation while crying out for tightening sanctions against the DPRK.
Shortly ago, the U.S. called for enhancing the efficiency of the U.S.-led strategy of maximum pressure such as "sea blockade" at the so-called "foreign ministers' meeting" of the countries that were defeated in the Korean War held in Canada.
Against such background, the U.S. CIA director tries hard to build up public opinion about the story of "nuclear and missile threat" from the DPRK every day. The U.S. purpose is to drive the international community to sanctions and pressure against the DPRK by branding the latter as the "provocateur" and block the advance of the warming inter-Korean relations.
All facts clearly prove that what the U.S. wants is not detente and peace on the Korean Peninsula but escalation of tension and war.
The international community would be well advised to see properly who truly wants peace in the Korean Peninsula and the region and who is the arch criminal threatening world peace and stability.