There are unchanged traditions in the DPRK-US showdown.
Historically, the US has a shameful history of sustaining one defeat after another whereas the DPRK is proud of its tradition of always beating it hard.
It is well known to the world that the US with A-bomb in the past Korean War made light of the DPRK, a newly emerging nation. It drained the cup of shameless defeats and signed the surrender document.
The US has made every desperate attempt to subjugate the DPRK by intruding the US spy ship Pueblo into the waters of the Korean Peninsula only to be shamed before the world.
Great irony is that the US, oblivious of a lesson from total bankruptcy of its decade-long hostile policy toward the DPRK, is hell-bent on hegemonic ambition.
F-35A stealth fighters flew to south Korea to conduct south Korea-US joint aerial drill and special operation exercise was launched in the US in case of contingency in the Korean Peninsula.
A large-scale south Korea-US military exercise under simulated condition of real war including deployment of the US nuclear strategic assets and resumption of field exercise are scheduled in August.
Frequent circle of the US strategic weaponry around the Korean Peninsula and surrounding regions, the nuclear extended deterrence of the US, the deployment of strategic assets of the US, frequency and intensity of the joint exercises are sparking off great concern at home and abroad.
Yoon Suk-yeol and the belligerent group of the south Korean military, pointing out “ironclad alliance”, are trumpeting about “preemptive strike on the DPRK”.
However, it is a mere bravado and last-ditch effort of those are pushed out of the trend of humanity valuing justice and peace and scared off by the tremendous might and mettle of the DPRK.
It is as plain as a pikestaff that the US, the hotbed of war and boss of injustice, would face a calamitous consequence to be entailed by its reckless military provocation.
It is indisputable that the DPRK wins and the US loses.