by So Nam Il, Rodong Sinmun
Apr. 12, 2013 (TSR) – The U.S., dreaming of becoming the world’s emperor, set up lots of military bases abroad as well as in its mainland and stationed huge forces there.
Weinberger, former U.S. defense secretary, had said that if the national safety of the U.S. demands the stationing of U.S. troops, we should go to any place even 1000 miles away.
By national safety, he meant invasion of other countries and nations.
Such a role is played by U.S. military bases in the Asia-Pacific region including south Korea, Japan, Hawaii and Guam.
The U.S. has been occupying south Korea for nearly 70 years to convert it into a military bridgehead for invading the Asian continent.
“A report on military base system for 2003” issued by the U.S. defense department said that there are more than 100 U.S. military bases of all sorts in south Korea and their task is to deal a preemptive strike at the DPRK.
The U.S. defined a strike on the DPRK as nuclear preemptive strike long ago and deployed large quantities of nukes in south Korea.
Today, the U.S. has many military bases in all parts of the world, but nowhere can be found such a place as south Korea in which there are deployed the U.S. nuclear force as well as its forces of three services so densely.
The U.S. aggression forces in the Asia-Pacific region watch for a chance to deal a nuclear preemptive strike at the DPRK.
But, our powerful nuclear force that is miniaturized, lightened and diversified levels at the U.S. military bases in the Asia-Pacific region.
Victory is in store for defenders of justice and miserable ruin for provokers of war.
It is a truth of history.
So Nam Il is a writer based in North Korea.