calendar>>November 3. 2009 Juche 98
U.S. Accused of Working Hard for Military Alliance with Japan and S. Korea
Pyongyang, November 3 (KCNA) -- U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Campbell at a recent Congressional confirmation hearing stressed the need for the U.S. to reinforce the military alliance with Japan and south Korea. Meanwhile, the Center for New American Security in its recent report called for adopting the U.S. security commitment to Northeast Asia as a mid-term and long-term security policy. Minju Joson Tuesday observes in a signed commentary carried in this regard:

The U.S. is hell bent on reinforcing the military alliance with Japan and south Korea, labeling the DPRK "an unstable factor," but this is nothing but sophism to cover up the criminal nature of its Asia strategy for domination.

The U.S. revealed its scenario to militarily stifle the DPRK by putting forward Japan and south Korea as its shock brigade. This is a very reckless action of driving the situation on the Korean Peninsula to an extreme phase.

The U.S. is pursuing a strategy to establish domination over the Korean Peninsula by using the twin swords called the U.S.-Japan alliance and the U.S.-south Korea alliance in East Asia in the main. Prompted by this, the U.S. has long maintained the military alliance with Japan and south Korea and steadily bolstered the combined operation capability for mounting a preemptive attack on the DPRK through such various military actions as the introduction of war supplies, joint military exercises and troop reinforcement.

The U.S. does not hide its great uneasiness about the daily growing political and military potentials of the DPRK and the sign shown by the new Japanese regime to make a series of modifications of its U.S. toeing policy.

That is why the U.S. is busy vociferating about the provision of "extended deterrent" and reiterating its commitment to bolster the alliance, while urging its “allies” to remain true to its Asia strategy free from the worry about their “security” with the assurance that it would be protected by Washington.

The U.S. and its “allies” had better cogitate, mindful of the grave consequences to be entailed by their reckless military actions.

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