Sunday, June 19, 2011

S. Korean Conservative Group′s Moves to Enact ‘Law on Human Rights Issue in North Korea’ Slammed -KCNA

S. Korean Conservative Group′s Moves
to Enact ‘Law on Human Rights Issue in North Korea’ Slammed

Pyongyang, June 14 (KCNA) — The south Korean conservative group’s recent moves to enact the “law on human rights issue in north Korea” are a vivid reflection of the deep-rooted hostility toward the DPRK and the evermore frantic moves to escalate the confrontation between the north and the south as they are a blatant political provocation to it.Rodong Sinmun Tuesday observes this in a by-lined commentary.

The puppet forces are working hard to increase the political pressure upon the DPRK internally and externally while floating misinformation that there is “human rights issue” there in a bid to mislead the public opinion but it is as foolish an act as trying to sweep the sea with a broom.

The Lee Myung Bak group’s desperate moves to cook up the above-said law are aimed at bringing down the dignified socialist system and realizing its ambition to achieve “the unification of the systems” in anticipation of “a contingency,” a fiction. Herein lies the treacherous and criminal nature of the moves to enact the said law.

The above-said moves are an absolutely unpardonable political provocation intended to introduce the corrupt legal system in south Korea to the DPRK. The fabrication of such evil law at the puppet National Assembly would be little short of its formal declaration that it does not legally recognize the DPRK’s dignity, sovereignty and its socialist system.

Should the puppet forces enact the law at any cost despite of the DPRK’s strong warnings, the inter-Korean relations will be declared completed frozen and neither visit nor contact can take place thenceforth.

If the Lee group does not want to see such catastrophic situation, it had better stop such reckless moves, though belatedly, so it may not suffer such shame as retracting the law later.