Minju Joson Discloses Ulterior Intention of S. Korean Regime's Smear Campaign against DPRK
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, October 2 (KCNA) -- The south Korean military said in public on Sept. 26 that a fishing boat of the DPRK crossed the "northern limit line" at about 9:30 p.m. the previous day and was warned to go back to the north.
As a proverb says union makes power, the puppet military confessed briefly after that there were no north's fishing boats that approached the "northern limit line" for the last few days.
A bylined commentary of DPRK's major paper Minju Joson Tuesday says this discloses the south Korean regime's smear campaign to mislead the public opinion at home and abroad and cover up its true colors as belligerent forces.
The disclosed campaign foretells that the regime can make a bigger farce against the DPRK, says the commentary, adding:
The ulterior aim sought by the regime is to find an excuse for provoking a war against the DPRK in the contentious waters at any cost and ignite an all-out war.
However, the south Korean regime's moves to ignite a war is as idle as a newborn puppy that knows no fear of a tiger.
It is the unanimous will of the army and people of the DPRK that if the belligerent forces dare make a provocation, they will take it as a golden opportunity and turn it into a great war for national reunification.
The warmongers will see how steadfast the army and people of the DPRK are in their will to turn out in the final showdown for reunification and will suffer the DPRK army's merciless blows.
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