World's worst security-threatening state

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By KCNA

The commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet designated the DPRK as a "state of biggest security concern" in the Asia-Pacific region, when he recently told reporters about the non-existent "WMD threat" from it.

In the meantime, the commander-in-chief of the U.S. Armed Forces in the Pacific said that a scenario had been worked out to cope with any "unexpected developments", asserting that nuclear threat from the DPRK is a source of trouble not only to the U.S. mainland but also to the Korean Peninsula and that it may plunge the whole world into confusion.

Such absurd remarks are a trick to justify their military reinforcement for the U.S. pivot to Asia-Pacific strategy. Their action contrary to the facts reminds one of an offender assaulting a victim.

The U.S. is the very one that seriously threatens the peace and security of the Korean Peninsula and the Asia-Pacific region, bringing calamity. It was proven by its history of hostility against the DPRK.

In the last century the U.S. started a war of aggression in Korea and shifted the blame for it on to the DPRK to justify its criminal atrocities while plunging the Korean nation into an unprecedented calamity.

After the ceasefire it has kept its forces in a half of Korea for an indefinite period allegedly to protect south Korea from "threat of socialism", persistently escalating nuclear blackmail to ignite another war.

After the Cold War it cooked up such new pretexts as "suspected nuclear development in north Korea" and "nuclear threat" to get hell-bent on the anti-DPRK moves.

In recent years the U.S. deployed many troops and nuclear strike means and other lethal weapons in the Asia-Pacific region, calling the DPRK to task, and turned the Korean Peninsula into the most dangerous region where a nuclear war may break out any moment.

All the facts go to prove that the U.S. is the world's worst security-threatening and wrecking state. With any sophism can it never deny this stark fact, recognized by the world community.

The U.S. has deployed thousands of nuclear warheads for action and seeks to spend about 400 billion dollars in coming years for the modernization of its nukes. So, it is natural that the world public has derided the U.S. labeling the DPRK as a "security-threatening state".

The U.S. had better behave itself, pondering over what catastrophic consequences its reckless moves for world domination will bring.

(KCNA, February 5, 2014)

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