U.S. invariable ambition for Asian domination under fire

Korean News, 25 November 2001

Pyongyang, November 25 (KCNA)—Rodong Sinmun today in a signed commentary assails former U.S. President Bush for calling for the continued U.S. military presence during his recent visit to South Korea. The commentary says:

Bush argued that the U.S. will keep its forces in South Korea and other Asian regions until their presence is no longer necessary, while talking about the strategic importance of Asia and South Korea.

This glaringly shows the anachronistic delusion of the U.S. to realize its ambition for Asian domination without fail with the Korean peninsula as a springboard.

Even after the cold war ended, peace and security in Asia are seriously threatened by the reckless military moves escalated by the U.S. imperialist aggressors in Asia.

The U.S. is further escalating the tensions on the Korean peninsula.

Bush's call for the continued U.S. military presence in South Korea is a clear proof of the U.S. wild ambition for Asian domination.

The U.S. can never conceal its despicable true colours as the arch criminal disturbing the peace on the Korean peninsula.

The U.S. is well advised to clearly understand who is its opponent and drop its anachronistic policy to stifle the DPRK.