Juche 103 (2014)/12/23 KCNA(Korean Central News Agency)


KCNA Commentary Accuses U.S. of Its Anachronistic Policy toward DPRK


Pyongyang, December 23 (KCNA) -- Total failure of the present U.S. administration's "strategic patience policy" has become obvious, sparking off an uproar in the U.S.

The U.S. Congress had termed the policy a "fence sitting policy" in August. Its research service published a report critical of the policy on Dec. 11.

The report noted that the Obama administration's policy toward the DPRK featured as "strategic patience policy" has made the DPRK steadily bolster up its nukes and missile capability.

Even those in the U.S. political camp are becoming increasingly critical of it, terming it a "completely failed policy" as it compelled the "north to consolidate its social system and have access to nukes."

Unabated in the camp is the scramble among political forces due to the Obama administration's anachronistic policy toward the DPRK.

This, in the final analysis, means a total bankruptcy of the U.S. harsh hostile policy toward the DPRK and strikingly proves that the latter's line of simultaneously developing the two fronts has proved successful.

Since it took office, the present U.S. administration has pursued what it called the strategic patience policy which calls for waiting until the DPRK gives up all its nuclear activities and dismantles its nukes and yields to the U.S.

It has noisily trumpeted about the theory of "disallowing the north's nukes" the keynote of which is that it can neither recognize nor overlook the latter's access to nukes and the latter should unconditionally dismantle or abandon its nukes.

While talking about the non-existent "provocation" and "threat" and "human rights" issue of the DPRK, the U.S. has persistently worked to bring down its social system by ratcheting up international "sanctions" and "cooperation" against it.

The DPRK's nuclear deterrence for self-defence which Washington has so vociferously claimed to be a "threat" to it and its allies is a product of its persistent nuclear threat and blackmail against the DPRK.

The U.S. has termed the DPRK a criminal country in the international arena, spearheaded unreasonable international sanctions and pressure upon it and posed nuclear threat and blackmail to it by bringing huge nuclear strike means to the Korean peninsula.

Under this situation the DPRK's nukes are, indeed, a deterrent for self-defence that it should keep and further bolster up until Washington's nuclear threat and blackmail are defused, and a treasured sword of justice for breaking the cursed nuclear stick of the U.S. and establishing a fair world order.

The DPRK has nothing to fear in the world as it emerged a full-fledged nuclear weapons state.

The world admires the DPRK making a great leap forward, racing against the time full of dynamism and foresees the miserable end of the U.S.

Washington's "strategic patience policy-waiting policy" turned out to be a "failed strategy" and "irresponsible policy", precipitating the decline and ruin of the U.S.

The sorry looks of the U.S. today reminds one of the erstwhile Roman Empire which was thrown into a dumping ground of history as it collapsed while seeking prosperity through aggression and war.

The U.S., with a gloomy future, is now running helter-skelter due to its foreign policy failures in various parts of the world. A fierce scramble among its political forces is unabated and it is being censured by the world as tundra of human rights, as evidenced by white policemen's shooting of black men to death, and it is flooded with a huge army of jobless people due to a serious economic crisis.

The Obama administration's anti-DPRK scenario aimed at bringing the latter to its knees through the "strategic patience policy" is no more than a daydream.

The U.S. would be well advised to think twice with a cool head over its counterproductive harsh hostile policy toward the DPRK, though belatedly. -0-