Bhavya Pandey, Korean Central News Agency.
Pyongyang, January 1st 2012. Only the strong can defend justice in the world today where the jungle law prevails.
For the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and its supreme leader Kim Jong-Un, the sovereignty, leadership and protection of fellow comrades is the most important reality and these values form the linchpin that holds the reins of our country together. The Republic has shown yet another example of the establishment of its might and prosperity, led by respected marshal Kim Jong-Un by initiating and successfully establishing nuclear power in the recent past for the safety of the Korean land.
As said by ‘The Great Successor’, ‘the military might of a country makes it into a thriving country’; such as our Republic itself, whose development, security and power give sweaty palms and bundles of nerves to those unfortunate nations which are not as stable, secure and sound in their policies and actions. The fact that nations object to the DPRK’s technological and warfare advancements, as prerogatives of their self-assumed statuses, exhibit the sheer crudity and nuisance they render.
The Republic disapproves the ‘sanctions’ United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has directed towards it relating to our nuclear power, which reflect the idiosyncratic hostility of the United States against the DPRK due to their inability to come to terms with the aspirational growth path of our nation. And also by exhibiting such actions, the UNSC portrays itself as a stooge of the Washington and its allies. Neither the United Nations nor any other entity is entitled to force the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, a sovereign and democratic power. DPRK will continue on the way carved out by the ideology and system chosen by its people in accordance to the Songun policy.
As expressed by the marshal Kim Jong-Un, DPRK shall establish relations with friendly countries on grounds only of independence, solidarity and noninterference for mutual benefit. However, given the circumstances, DPRK may consider talks of moratorium on the production and testing of nuclear weapons and missiles without compromising its position. The DPRK will neither tolerate a scope for premature decisions in the international community, nor the presence of a hiatus, and it will as ever exercise its just right to self-defense. Just as in the words of ‘The Dear Leader’, late Kim Jong-Il:
“I am the object of criticism in the world. But I think that since I am being discussed, then I am on the right track.”