Saturday, December 18, 2010

CPRK on DPRK Will Never Pardon Anyone Who Slanders Its Dignity-KCNA

CPRK on DPRK Will Never Pardon Anyone Who Slanders Its Dignity

Pyongyang, December 14 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA on Tuesday blasting the chief executive of south Korea for letting loose vituperation against the DPRK recently:

Traitor Lee Myung Bak in his appearance at a "forum", press conference and round-table talks during his recent junket to Southeast Asia let loose a whole string of jargons about "bellicose nature", "changes" and "responsibility" and the like, daring take issue with the leadership and system in the DPRK.

He did not hesitate to let loose a string of such insulting remarks as "it is irresistible" and "unification is drawing close," while impudently ballyhooing about "basic right" and "right to happiness."

The traitor malignantly slandered the DPRK's system at the social coordinating committee under the puppet president on Dec. 3, talking about "changes" and the like.
As the "reckless remarks" made by the traitor sparked off great concern in south Korea, minions of Chongwadae, much upset by the development, hastily made excuses, asserting that they were just a "theory" and "impromptu remarks" as there were not such utterances in the prepared information to be reported.

If he uttered what had not been contained in the original text of his speech, he should have brought into bolder relief his black-hearted intention.

Lee is going free to make anti-reunification and confrontation remarks getting on the nerves of the other side, strutting about here and there without being careful about his tongue-lashing unsuitable to his position. The people from all walks of life in south Korea and public opinion at home and abroad are stunned by his demeanor.

In the past, too, the traitor spoke ill of the socialist system in the DPRK, talking rubbish about its people's life and economy. Not content with this, he spelled out what he called "unification tax," disclosing his sinister intention. He made no scruple of jabbering that "he is now satisfied with the policy toward the north and ready to get the inter-Korean relations frozen while he is in office."

All these facts clearly indicate that it is none other than Lee who is wholly to blame for having driven the inter-Korean relations into catastrophe.

What Lee uttered is touching off bitter indignation of not only the people in the DPRK but of all other Koreans as it is a politically motivated unpardonable provocation to the DPRK.

Lee had better mind the society in south Korea on the brink of ruin before daring slander someone's system.

South Korea has turned into a mourning house due to the group of traitors' pro-American fascist dictatorial rule and madcap moves for a war.

The people's resentment is running high and the "National Assembly" has turned into a scene of philistines' violence.

The present conservative group of south Korea is locked in wrangles at home and abroad.

What the traitor uttered this or that about the ever-victorious DPRK and its single-mindedly united people only betrays his ignorance and folly.

The DPRK will never pardon anyone who dares slander its inviolable dignity and system.

If Lee does not wish to see the inter-Korean relations reach an uncontrollable catastrophe, he had better stop dishonest remarks causing trouble and properly wag his tongue.