Outbursts of S. Korean Puppet FM Blasted
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, March 30 (KCNA) -- Ryu Myong Hwan, south Korean puppet minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, behaved as if he were a mouthpiece of the U.S. Department of State during his recent visit to its neighboring countries. He blustered that the "north insisted on having negotiations to get the sanctions against it lifted and a peace treaty concluded" and the "north's call for the talks with the U.S. is a wrong approach".
Minju Joson Tuesday observes in a signed commentary carried in this regard:
Very wretched is the plight of Ryu who had to read the script written by his master during his visit to neighboring countries.
Ryu let loose the above-said outbursts at a time when voices calling for lifting the sanctions against the DPRK are frequently heard from the U.S. This is nothing but the shrill cry made by the south Korean diplomatic boss, upset by such trend of the times.
An ill-famed traitor can claim to have a normal thinking faculty only when he makes a desperate effort to shake off the disgrace. But Ryu seems to be satisfied after being branded as one of "the four traitors of 2010" as he is increasingly depending on foreign forces and escalating the confrontation with fellow countrymen.
It is beyond any doubt that if he continues behaving as mentioned above, he will be bound to meet his miserable end before shaking off the above-said ill-fame and cursed in the other world, too, just as the "five traitors of 1905 " did.
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