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Bulletin 27-2015 der Botschaft der DVR Korea

Die Botschaft der DVR Korea hat am Do, den 21.05.2015 das Bulletin Nr. 27-2015 herausgegeben. Hierin wird mit den US-Imperialisten, ihren armseligen Helfershelfern und ihren immer lächerlicheren Versuchen abgerechnet, das Ansehen der Führung und der DVR Korea zu schädigen. Wir wollen unseren Freunden und Genossen das Originaldokument in englischer Sprache nicht vorenthalten:

150521 – Bulletin 27 – Reckless Remarks of U.S. Secretary of State Denounced

Nr. 27-2015

21. Mai 2015


Reckless Remarks of U.S. Secretary of State Denounced

     Pyongyang, May 20 (KCNA) — The U.S. is going reckless in its smear campaign against the DPRK in a bid to get rid of the miserable position it is finding itself due to the total failure in its hostile policy toward the DPRK.

     In this regard a spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK released a statement on Wednesday.

     While visiting south Korea U.S. Secretary of State Kerry ran the whole gamut of invectives against the DPRK on May 18. He blustered that north Korea is increasing military threats by persistently developing nukes and ballistic missiles, it is necessary to escalate international pressure on it to force it to change its behavior and the world community should jointly react against the state making cyber attack.

     Kerry went the lengths of pulling up the DPRK supreme headquarters in a bid to tarnish the image of the DPRK and justify the bankrupt „human rights“ racket against it.

     What Kerry uttered was nothing but the jargon let loose by the loser admitting a total failure of the hostile policy of the Obama Administration towards the DPRK as it was its last-ditch efforts to evade the responsibility for having driven the DPRK-U.S. relations to the worst phase, the spokesman said, and went on:

     The U.S. has already been disqualified to talk about dialogue and the nuclear issue due to the anachronistic moves to stifle the DPRK.

     The DPRK provided the U.S. with a series of opportunities for realizing the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula in the past period. But the U.S. did not roll back its inveterate hostile policy toward the DPRK and missed all the opportunities.

     In January last, the DPRK showed the willingness to put a moratorium on the nuclear test if the U.S. temporarily discontinues the provocative joint military exercises against it. However, the U.S. turned down this offer, scuppering the last chance to settle the nuclear issue.

     No progress can be made in the DPRK-U.S. relations unless the U.S. drops its inveterate and chronic repugnance and its hostile policy towards the DPRK.

     The U.S. should fundamentally change its viewpoint on the DPRK in order to stem the current trend of vicious cycle of confrontation and tension.

     The Obama Administration will have to disappear from the arena, leaving the ill fame as the arch criminal torpedoing the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and escalating the tension on it.

     The U.S. would be well advised not to forget that its acts of getting on the nerves of the DPRK would only add to its pain.