DPRK Foreign Ministry Researcher on Porous “Missile Information-sharing System”
Pyongyang, February 8 (KCNA) — Kim Sol Hwa, a researcher of the Institute for Japan Studies under the DPRK Foreign Ministry, issued the following article “A porous umbrella called ‘missile information-sharing system’ will never prevent the hail of fire from pouring down”:
A foreign news agency recently disclosed that the U.S., Japan and the puppet ROK have operated the information-sharing system in connection with the DPRK’s test-fire of hypersonic missile on Jan. 14.
According to it, they were dead set on exchanging information while the puppet military gangsters pursued the rising step and the Japan “Self-Defense Forces” the flight orbit on the basis of the U.S. military satellite’s detection of the DPRK’s test-fire of hypersonic missile.
The test-fire, which had given no harmful effect on the security of its neighboring state and was not related to the situation in the region, was a regular measure for bolstering up the defence capability of a sovereign state. Therefore, the tracking on the test-fire is, in essence, a wanton violation of the DPRK’s right to self-defence and an intolerable military provocation against it.
Great irony is that the hostile forces have become laughing stock of the world. Though they are tediously advertising that they detected the DPRK’s ballistic missile launch earlier than before through the operation of the missile information-sharing system, they failed to follow it to the last because the missile disappeared from the radar before the landing and Japan and the puppet forces announced the different missile range of several hundred kilometers.
It goes without saying that the moves of the U.S., Japan and the puppet forces to share missile information are pursuant to the U.S. scenario for realizing its hegemonic strategy to contain their strategic rivals by forming a triangular military alliance in the Asia-Pacific region under the pretext of coping with the DPRK’s “missile threat”.
A spokesperson for the U.S. Department of Defense said that the missile-sharing information shows the unprecedented depth, scale and sphere of security cooperation between the three parties and that the three countries will continue to build cooperation to cope with the “challenges” of the regions on the Korean peninsula, in the Indo-Pacific and beyond them. It makes us easily understand the sinister intention of the U.S..
In 2014 the U.S. concluded the TISA with Japan and the puppet forces to share information through the U.S., thus institutionalizing for the first time the triangular cooperation in the field of military intelligence.
As a drowning man will catch at a straw, the U.S. is now busy with the formation of the triangular military alliance with Japan and the puppet forces working as core allies to maintain its hegemonic position weakened day by day under the structure of “neo-Cold War”. The moves for sharing missile information can be regarded as part of the moves.
Accordingly, the enemies committed to the real-time sharing of missile warning information targeting the DPRK in November 2022. They agreed on it at Camp David in August last year and entered into the formal operation of the missile information-sharing system from December.
It is quite clear that if the U.S., Japan and the puppet forces push the acute military confrontation in the Korean peninsula, the biggest hotspot in the world, to a more critical phase of conflict while resorting to reckless military confrontation hysteria, the DPRK’s military countermeasure will be accelerated in direct proportion to it.
Gone are days never to return when the U.S. styled itself the only superpower in the world, and it is as foolish as act of gaining a security guarantee by relying on a toothless wolf trying to prolong its remaining days.
The useless military moves will only bring the serious security crisis to the U.S. mainland, Japanese archipelago and the ROK-artificial island country.
It is nothing but a foolish attempt to prevent the hail of fire from pouring down with a porous umbrella called “missile information-sharing system”. -0-