Rodong Sinmun Slams State Terrorism by U.S., S. Korea
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, July 21 (KCNA) -- Recent press conference with a man who was engaged in the terrorist actions against the DPRK proved that the U.S. and south Korean authorities schemed a heinous sabotage and subversion against the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK.
Rodong Sinmun on Saturday says in a bylined commentary in this regard:
The recent hideous terrorism was an unprecedented state-sponsored terrorism that traitorous Lee Myung Bak regime of south Korea plotted under the direct control and intervention of his U.S. master.
This was a frontal challenge to the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK, intolerable politically-motivated terrorism and the height of the campaign to escalate confrontation with the DPRK as it was aimed to break down the spiritual mainstay of the Korean nation.
The Lee group embarrassed by exposure of their terrorist plan is trying to mislead the public opinion, alleging that it is someone's "agitprop" and "impossible one". But with no rigmarole can he cover his unparalleled heinous crime.
Matter is that it was directly controlled by the U.S.
Recently the U.S. instigated the south Korean puppet intelligence machines to organize anti-DPRK terrorist teams with traitors and supplied them with ample funds and terrorist means, being keen on conducting terrorism against the DPRK. The recent case is just a typical example.
Clear to everyone is that the U.S.-spearheaded terrorism is a serious violation of international law and grave state-sponsored and politically-motivated terrorism. The U.S. will be made to pay dearly for hurting the dignity of the DPRK's supreme leadership, which the Korean people hold dearer than their own lives.
The Lee regime is seriously miscalculated if it thinks it can undermine the single-minded unity of the DPRK which is more powerful than the nuclear weapon and achieve their ambition for unification of systems.
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