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DPRK Foreign Ministry Spokesman Blasts Obama's Anti-DPRK Accusations

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)

Pyongyang, January 25 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK Sunday gave the following answer to the question raised by KCNA as regards a string of accusations again let loose by U.S. President Obama against the DPRK:

When interviewed by YouTube manufacturers on Jan. 22, Obama talked about 'system change' while slandering the Korean-style socialist system centered on the popular masses.

He poured a whole gamut of accusations, calling the DPRK the most isolated, solitary and authoritarian country and the cruelest and repressed nation.

He even talked rubbish that over time internet will find its way to north Korea and the flow of information into it will bring about a change, asserting that they keep exploring ways of speeding up the change.

We can not but be shocked to find that Obama, president of a 'big country,' is so preoccupied with the inveterate repugnancy and hostility toward a sovereign state.

The recent wild remarks made by Obama are nothing but a poor grumble of a loser driven into a tight corner in the all-out stand-off with the DPRK.

This is little short of admitting himself that the U.S. lacks ability to stifle the DPRK and that a military option is not workable.

After a series of defeats in its military attempts to stifle the DPRK, the U.S. now turned to internet to undermine the DPRK through the 'influx of information'.

It is, however, gravely mistaken if it thinks it can break the single-minded unity of the DPRK, which it failed to do with sanctions and pressure, with internet.

The more openly the U.S. presses for the moves to undermine the DPRK, the stronger the single-minded unity of the DPRK will be.

Over time the world will clearly see how the U.S. undergoes decline along with its totally bankrupt hostile policy toward the DPRK. -0-



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