S. Korean Chief Executive Blasted for His Anti-DPRK Remarks
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK
Pyongyang, August 16 (KCNA) -- A spokesperson for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country made public a statement on Aug. 16.
Its full text is as follows:
There is a proverb that the mountains have brought forth a mouse.
This is an appropriate comment on the "liberation day commemorative speech" by the south Korean chief executive.
In the speech, he failed to put forward any proper measures against the insult by the Japanese islanders and any ways to overcome the worsening economic situation, but only played with words. So, his speech deserves the comments "foolish commemorative speech" and "citation of spiritual slogans".
What can not but be pointed out is that he said the dialogue atmosphere was not marred despite some recent "worrisome acts" of north Korea and that things have changed from that in the past when the Korean Peninsula vibrated owing to a single "provocation" by north Korea - the reckless remarks which had nothing to do with the "liberation day."
He meant that south Korea is making efforts to maintain the prevailing dialogue climate, build a peace economy through the north-south cooperation and establish a peace-keeping mechanism in the Korean Peninsula - remarks that make the boiled head of a cow provoke a side-splitting laughter.
Even at this moment, there go on in south Korea joint military exercises against the DPRK. Does he have any face to talk about dialogue atmosphere, peaceful economy and peace-keeping mechanism.
The joint military exercises are now at their full swing and their keynotes are "annihilating" the main force of our army within 90 days, removing the weapons of mass destruction and "stabilizing the life of inhabitants". And what's more, there go on the counter-strike drills. His open talk about "dialogue" between the north and the south under such situation raises a question as to whether he has proper thinking faculty.
He is, indeed, an impudent guy rare to be found.
He often calls for peace. Then is he going to make an excuse that the drones and fighters being purchased from the U.S. are just for spreading agrochemicals and for circus flights?
How can he explain the "mid-term defence plan" aiming at developing and securing the capabilities of precision guided weapon, electromagnetic impulse shell, multi-purpose large transport ship, etc. whose missions are to strike the entire region of the northern half of the Republic.
What is clear is that all of them are aimed at destroying the DPRK.
He may utter such to save his damaged face before the south Koreans. But how dare can he let out such remarks and how is going to give an account of it to us.
A sure thing is that the south Korean chief executive is so funny man as he just reads what was written by his juniors.
He used to get shocked into fright even at the sound of a sporting gun in the north. Yet, he, wearing a still look on his face, bluffs that he would help north Korea opt for economy and prosperity, not nukes. It is obvious that he is overcome with fright.
The implementation of the historic Panmunjom declaration is now at a deadlock and the power for the north-south dialogue is divested. This is the natural outcome of the wayward acts of the south Korean chief executive.
The south Korean authorities are snooping about to fish in troubled waters in the future DPRK-U.S. dialogue, dreaming that the phase of dialogue would naturally arrive after the join military exercises just as the natural change of the time of the year. He had better drop that senseless lingering attachment.
They can clearly see what we feel now, i.e. we have nothing to talk any more with the south Korean authorities nor have any idea to sit with them again. -0-
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