The U.S. is pushing ahead with its plan for starting a new war on the Korean Peninsula. On Jan. 25 it formally signed a “plan of jointly coping with local provocation” with the south Korean puppet forces, a document for aggression which calls for mobilizing its troops present in Japan and the Pacific region in case an contingency occurs on the peninsula.
Adopted to realize the new U.S. defense strategy, this plan is evoking world public concern as it is a dangerous military movement aimed at unleashing another Korean war.
As already reported, the new defense strategy was worked out under the pretext of “cuts in military spending”. Its keynote is to beef up its military forces in the Asia-Pacific region, the Korean Peninsula in particular, following cutting the number of its forces in the Mid-east and Europe.
In other word, it is intended to realize the efficiency and active mobilization of its armed forces on the premise that a new war is unleashed in the Korean peninsula following the Mid-east.
The U.S. authorities have already made it an established fact to start another war in the Korean peninsula.