Thursday, June 2, 2011

U.S. Forces′ Burial of Poisonous Substances Blasted -KCNA

U.S. Forces′ Burial of Poisonous Substances Blasted

Pyongyang, May 30 (KCNA) -- It was disclosed that the U.S. forces in south Korea massively buried defoliant and other poisonous chemical materials in their base in Chilgok County, North Kyongsang Province, sparking uproar.

Rodong Sinmun Monday observes in a by-lined commentary in this regard:

The disclosed fact provides a clear testimony that the U.S. does not care whether south Koreans die due to poisonous materials or not.

The above-said crime can happen only in such deplorable master- servant relationship as that between the U.S. and south Korea.

The pro-U.S. lackeys of south Korea have kowtowed to the U.S. as their savior. It is their way of thinking that they can neither stay in power nor prolong their remaining days without the U.S. backing.

The group of Lee Myung Bak is a group of pro-U.S. lackeys without parallel in history. No sooner had this group come to power than considered it as its "top priority task to reinforce the alliance with the U.S." and made desperate efforts to do harm to fellow countrymen under the U.S. patronage.

The group has sacrificed a lot of interests of the south Korean people to serve it.

Since the disclosure of the hideous case the Lee clan has not uttered even a word of complaint about the U.S. The group is talking about "joint investigation" and the like but when the U.S. says "No," it has no option but to hush the case up. It is quite foolish for the group to expect from the U.S. any fair probe into the case or reparation for it as its fate is to be decided by it.