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S. Korean Authorities' Policy of Sycophancy towards U.S. under Fire

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

Pyongyang, March 19 (KCNA) -- One of the most serious crimes committed by the present ruling quarters in south Korea is that they sold off the destiny and sovereignty of the nation to foreign forces lock, stock and barrel, pursuant to their unprecedented policy of sycophancy towards the U.S., says Rodong Sinmun Monday in a bylined article.

It goes on:

The Lee regime's above-said policy resulted in making south Korea totally dependent on the U.S. in the aspects of politics, economy and military affairs and bringing the north-south relations to a total collapse by making them subject to south Korea's ties with the U.S.

It is due to its enforcement of the policy in the last four years of office that the dignity and sovereignty of the south Korean people have been wantonly violated and the politics, economy and people's living put into mayhem while all kinds of social evils got rampant in the society.

"No nukes, opening and 3 000 dollars" advertised by the Lee group as its "policy towards the north" is, in essence, a clear indication of the U.S. hostile policy towards the DPRK.

The puppet forces, utterly indifferent to the nation's destiny, have frequently staged war maneuvers such as the Key Resolve and Foal Eagle and Ulji Freedom Guardian, extremely escalating the danger of a nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula and throwing the people into constant unrest.

They went the lengths of orchestrating such hideous military provocations as the "Cheonan" warship case and the Yonphyong Island shelling incident in collusion with the U.S., bringing to light their true colors as war servants of foreign forces.

The anti-DPRK smear campaign staged by the Lee group over its "human rights" issue since the outset of its office is a product of the puppet forces' pro-U.S. stand that "the issue of south-north relations should be dealt with within the framework of the ties with the U.S."

This disgusting policy of the group has brought the inter-Korean relations to a total collapse and thrown a stumbling block in the way of achieving full sovereignty of the nation.

As long as the Lee group is allowed to stay in power, it is absolutely impossible for the south Koreans to exercise their national dignity and sovereignty nor is it possible to achieve peace and reunification.



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