Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Lee Myung Bak Accused of Referring "Cheonan" Case to UNSC-KCNA

Lee Myung Bak Accused of Referring "Cheonan" Case to UNSC

Pyongyang, June 8 (KCNA) -- The south Korean puppet group finally referred the case of its warship sinking to the UN Security Council on June 5 despite protest and denunciation at home and abroad. The group was reported to have "requested" it to "seriously deal with" the DPRK over the above-said case, groundlessly branding it as "a threat to global peace and security."

Rodong Sinmun Tuesday observes in a signed commentary in this regard:

The group's action is a vicious provocation to the DPRK as it was a despicable act of treachery which could be perpetrated only by the traitors and confrontation maniacs steeped in the wild ambition to stifle fellow countrymen to the marrow of their bones.

The case of warship sinking that the puppet group referred to the UN is nothing but a joint product of the plot hatched by it together with foreign forces at a confab and the most hideous crime committed by it.

Clear is the aim sought by the group in bringing the case up for discussion at the UN as the truth about it has been brought to light. Its ulterior intention is to shift onto the DPRK the blame for the case of warship sinking at any cost and escalate the international sanctions against it through huddles with outside forces in a bid to do harm to it.

When the plot to weather its serious ruling crisis by creating the "north wind" proved to be unworkable, the puppet group referred the case to the UN in an effort to internationalize it and further escalate the confrontation with the DPRK, backed by foreign forces.

It would be well advised to stop behaving recklessly, well aware of the adverse consequences to be entailed by its farce.

If the puppet group persistently works to seek additional sanctions against the DPRK by abusing the UN in league with foreign forces despite its warnings, it will be wholly to blame for the ensuing disastrous consequences, warns the commentary.