S. Korean Regime Lambasted for Provocation
Pyongyang, June 8 (KCNA) -- The Korean people are indignant with the south Korean regime for its recent provocation against the supreme dignity of the DPRK.
An officer of the Korean People's Army, Pak Kwang Chol, told KCNA that those who slander the DPRK's supreme dignity even a bit deserve sever punishment. The south Korean regime of traitors should be well aware that the KPA will never pardon any reckless provocation against the DPRK, he said.
The manager of the East Pyongyang Thermal Power Station, Jong Myong Su, said the traitor Lee Myung Bak is, indeed, a political illiterate and an immoral fellow utterly uninterested in the destiny of the nation.
"The workers of the DPRK, overwhelmed by hatred for the traitors, are determined to wipe out all of them," he added.
Ho Chun Gum, chairwoman of the Management Board of the Kumdae Co-op Farm in Raknang District, Pyongyang, said if the traitors, who unhesitatingly committed the heinous provocation stunning the entire Korean nation, are left unpunished, the nation would suffer a big misfortune. She called for meting out severe punishment to them persistently seeking confrontation with the fellow countrymen in the north.
Ri Yong Chol, a vice department director of the Pyongyang Municipal Committee of the Kim Il Sung Socialist Youth League, said millions of young people are willing to become human bombs to annihilate all the traitors to the nation.