Obama's nuclear sophism


The hypocritical nature of the U.S. conception of building a "world without nuclear weapons" is becoming clearer as the days go by.

As disclosed recently, the U.S. conducted another nuclear weapon test by use of plutonium a few months ago despite the repeated protest of the international community.

Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Defense announced that it would spend about 400 billion dollars in nine years to come for the modernization of its nukes.

As known, the U.S. decided to cut down its military spending as much as 1 000 billion dollars in a decade to come due to its inescapable financial crisis. Its plan to squander so fabulous amount of money for modernizing its nukes under this situation clearly shows how hypocritical the U.S. trumpeting about a "world without nuclear weapons" is.

This more clearly proved that Obama's conception of building a "world without nuclear weapons" is no more than a smokescreen and sophism to cover up the U.S. wild ambition to dominate the world by dint of nuclear superiority.

Obama was awarded even the Nobel Peace Prize for making a commitment before the world community that the U.S. would not conduct nuclear development and test, while noisily advertising a "world without nuclear weapons" in the early period of his office.

However, the U.S. has conducted its nuclear tests more frequently and in a craftier manner during his office.

The U.S. has been censured by the world public after the disclosure of its deceptive sub-critical nuclear tests not accompanied by nuclear explosion. In recent years it has resorted to a more disguised method of conducting nuclear tests by use of plutonium.

It is preposterous for the U.S. to talk about the above-said conception as it is running the whole gamut of wrong doings such as conducting nuclear weapons tests and development in a bid to reinforce its huge nuclear arsenal.

The world has witnessed so far at least 2 000 nuclear tests. It is the U.S. which has conducted those tests more than any other countries and it is the world's biggest possessor of nuclear arsenal.

Washington has neither rolled back its nuclear policy for aggression nor stopped its nuclear development and production since it inflicted the first nuclear disaster upon humankind.

It is an invariable strategy of the U.S. to maintain its military supremacy worldwide through its unchallenged nuclear superiority and realize its wild ambition for building a unipolar world.

"Denuclearization" on the lips of the U.S. is, in essence, the denuclearization of all other countries and regions except for the U.S.

It is another version of the U.S. theory on establishing monopoly on nuclear weapons.

It is nothing but a mockery of the international community for the U.S. to talk about a "world without nuclear weapons" as it regards nuclear weapons as a main lever for carrying out its policy of aggression.

It is quite natural that world public is questioning the U.S. whether its stepped-up nuclear development and tests and blackmail mean a "world without nuclear weapons".

The U.S. should stop fooling the world over the nuclear issue.

(KCNA - November 9, 2013)

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