Rodong Sinmun on S. Korean Serious Ruling Crisis
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, July 21 (KCNA) -- The south Korean ruling quarters find themselves in a serious ruling crisis in the run-up to "by-election to the National Assembly." This is a natural product of their unpopular policies.
Rodong Sinmun Wednesday says this in a signed article.
It goes on:
The present ruling crisis is mainly attributable to the south Korean conservative authorities' policy of depending on foreign forces.
The present south Korean regime is a died-in-the-wool pro-U.S. sycophantic regime. No sooner had the conservative group come to power than adopted the "strengthening of alliance" with the U.S. as its "top priority task," a clear indication of its policy of depending on foreign forces.
Not only the present south Korean chief executive but those assisting him in his diplomatic and security policies are hell-bent on sycophancy towards the U.S. without exception.
By postponing the "transfer of wartime operational control" the south Korean conservative group self-exposed that it is the group of lackeys and diehard puppet gangsters of the U.S.
Their moves to internationalize the "Cheonan" case brought to light the treacherous and sycophantic nature of the policy of depending on foreign forces pursued by the south Korean ruling quarters.
Their reckless policy of confrontation with fellow countrymen going against the trend of the era touched off grudge and wrath among the people.
The conservative group scuttled all dialogues and cooperation undertakings which had been brisk since the adoption of the June 15 joint declaration, raising the "settlement of the nuclear issue" as a precondition for improving the inter-Korean relations.
As soon as the sunk warship case occurred, it groundlessly asserted that it was sunk by "a torpedo attack by the north", declaring a total collapse of the inter-Korean relations and frantically escalating the military confrontation and the rackets for a war of aggression against the DPRK.
The people's resentment at the present conservative authorities has reached its unbearable extent as they are more desperately pursuing unpopular policies, hell-bent on depending on foreign forces and escalating confrontation with fellow countrymen.
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