State Media: North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons ‘Reliably Guaranteed’ Peace on Earth

A day after dictator Kim Jong-un allegedly claimed that his father’s “dying wish” was to see the end of nuclear weapons on the Korean Peninsula, North Korean state newspaper Rodong Sinmun published a commentary insisting that Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons “reliably guaranteed” world peace.

Rodong Sinmun regularly publishes incendiary opinion pieces reflective of the government’s attitudes, mostly targeting South Korea, Japan, and the United States. Arguably the world’s most repressive nation, North Korea does not permit the existence of media outside of what the government controls.

In its Wednesday tirade, Rodong Sinmun insisted that the real nuclear threat facing the planet is the United States. “Historically, the U.S. has posed nuclear threat and blackmail to the DPRK for several decades after adopting it as a policy to mount nuclear attack on the DPRK,” the article read, using the official name for North Korea, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK).

“There was no other option for the DPRK in the phase of acute confrontation in which it had to protect its system and destiny of the nation in one-on-one showdown with the world’s biggest nuclear possessor U.S.,” it continues. “We openly and squarely possessed nuclear weapons to defend the supreme interests of the country from the U.S. nuclear threats.”

“Peace and security on the Korean Peninsula, Northeast Asia and the rest of the world have been

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