Pyongyang, May 27 (KCNA) — A spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA on May 27 as regards the fact that U.S. National Security Adviser has taken the issue over our regular military drill:
Bolton, U.S. National Security Adviser has taken the issue over the regular military drill of our army, claiming that it is a violation of the “resolutions” of the United Nations Security Council.
His claim is indeed much more than ignorant.
As for the UNSC “resolutions” which Bolton recklessly referred to, we have neither recognized nor bound by them, because those “resolutions” are illegal and outrageous ones that completely deny the rights to existence and development of a sovereign state, as we have already stated several times.
If any object is launched, it is bound to fly in trajectory.
What the U.S. is taking the issue is not about the range but the prohibition of the launch itself using ballistic technology.
This is, after all, tantamount to a demand that the DPRK should give up its self-defensive right.
Our military drill neither targeted anyone nor endangered the surrounding countries, but Bolton makes dogged claims that it constitutes a violation of the “resolutions”, impudently poking his nose into other’s internal matters.
It takes little insight to determine that Bolton clearly does have a different mental structure from ordinary people.
Bolton, as he confessed himself, played a “hammer” to “shatter” the 1994 DPRK-U.S. Agreed Framework, and he is well-known as an anti-DPRK “war maniac” who fabricated various provocative policies such as designation of our country as “axis of evil”, preemptive strike and regime change.
Worse still, Bolton stood in the forefront of leading the Iraqi War and abrogating the INF Treaty that has served to ensure peace in Europe for decades, and he is now gaining notoriety as a warmonger for his obsession with other wars in the Middle East and South America.
It is not a mere coincidence that criticisms are now being heard in the U.S. that Bolton is a warmonger whispering war to the President when he himself evaded military service, saying he had no desire to die in a Southeast Asian rice paddy.
After all, it will be fit to call Bolton not a security adviser striving for security but a security-destroying adviser who is wrecking peace and security.
It is not at all strange that perverse words always come out from the mouth of a structurally defective guy, and such a human defect deserves an earlier vanishing.
Korea Central News Agency, DPRK
The 21st Century