Pyongyang, May 6 (KCNA) -- At a recent NPT review conference and a meeting of the UN Disarmament Commission, the south Korean puppet forces pulled up the DPRK over "threat" and "challenge" in a bid to boost "cooperation with foreign forces in pressurizing the north."
The puppet chief executive of south Korea invited to Chongwadae riff-raffs of the U.S. Centre for Strategic and International Studies and jabbered that south Korea is "bolstering up deterrence" to cope with someone's "provocation" and "threat" through "close cooperation" with the U.S., again raising a hue and cry over "nuclear issue of the north."
Rodong Sinmun Wednesday observes in a commentary in this regard:
Rodon Sinmun on Ulterior Aim Sought by S. Korean Authorities in Talking about "Nuclear Threat from North"
The puppet forces' noisy trumpeting about "nuclear threat from the north" is a crafty artifice to justify their reckless military provocation and moves for boosting the cooperation with the U.S. in its scenario for invading the north.
Needless to say, "the nuclear threat from the north" cited by the puppet forces whenever an opportunity presents itself is nothing but sophism to justify the deployment of THAAD in south Korea.
They are vociferating about " the north's moves to bolster up the nuclear capacity" and "threat," prompted by their sinister intention to give further momentum to the international campaign for isolating and stifling the DPRK and deter the nuclear hysteria against it from waning.
No matter what hue and cry they raise over "nuclear threat from the north," they can never cover up their true colors as the arch criminal and warmongers wrecking peace and stability on the Korean peninsula and in other parts of Northeast Asia and increasing the danger of a nuclear war by cooperating with foreign forces.