Pyongyang, September 29 (KCNA) -- The National Peace Committee of Korea released a white paper Friday reflecting the worldwide curses and denunciation of Trump hell-bent on inflicting a nuclear holocaust on the Korean nation and humankind.
The U.S. imperialists' last-ditch efforts have gone beyond the limit, being upset by the tremendous might of the DPRK, the white paper says, adding:
Shortly ago in his UN address, U.S. President Trump insulted the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK and denied the existence of its state and threatened to totally destroy tens of millions of the Korean people. This unprecedented invective against humanity has touched off the towering indignation and wrath of the army and people of the DPRK and has shocked the whole world.
Heads of state and dignitaries of various countries and foreign media and experts and even Americans are denouncing and jeering Trump's reckless outburst with such expressions as "rhetoric that made UN a stage of threatening a war", "most ferocious address", "rogue", "mentally deranged man" and "sleep-walker".
The flurry of denunciation and censure of Trump, an old man in his dotage with no responsibilities for his utterances that were made irrespective of time, place and object, is prophetic of the fate of the U.S. on its downward slope.
Citing the voices of heads of state and dignitaries of various countries and foreign media and experts, but also Americans deriding Trump under the subtitles "Hitler in the 21st century", "Boss of gangsters of empire of evil", "Political layman ignorant of elementary knowledge", "Top-class imbecile inviting destruction" and "Lunatic suffering from incurable disease", the white paper goes on:
As was recognized and estimated by the public at home and abroad, Trump is a root cause of misfortune who has to be eliminated at an early date as he is an old rabid dog barking irrespective of the time, place and object and a rogue upsetting the world and plunging mankind into a nuclear holocaust.
Even at this moment, he is pushing the situation to the extremes, while reeling off rhetoric, not yet coming to his senses despite the strong denunciation by the public at home and abroad.
Trump, who dared challenge the DPRK, letting out rhetoric little short of a declaration of war against the DPRK and its people, and the empire of evil U.S. will be made to pay a dear price for the crime that shocked the world.