CPRK Hits S. Korean Authorities for Trying to Keep Anti-DPRK Policy
Pyongyang, June 25 (KCNA) -- A spokesman of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea hit out at the south Korean puppet authorities for their last-ditch efforts to maintain the anti-DPRK policy on the brink of total failure.
In his answer to a question put by KCNA Saturday, the spokesman said:
Traitor Lee Myung Bak and Chon Yong U, senior presidential secretary for diplomacy and security of Chongwadae, Hyon In Thaek, minister of Unification, and others of south Korea vied with each other in making remarks aimed to incite national division and confrontation.
They told that south Korea would "take steadfast attitude in the south-north relations" and "persist in its policy toward the north" and that "there is no change in the keynote of this policy." They also called for "abandonment of nuclear program first" and "opening" while talking about somebody's "change."
In particular, the traitor did not take part in the reunification event marking the anniversary of the June 15 joint declaration. On the contrary, he set up the defense command for war preparations on five islands in the West Sea of Korea that day.
He also nominated a diehard anti-DPRK element to be chief vice-chairman of the Advisory Council for Democracy and Peaceful Unification, allegedly an advisory organ of the "president," and a vile human scum to be president of the institute for education in unification under the Ministry of Unification.
Such hysteric of the puppet group of traitors in doom further convinces the south Koreans and the world people that there is nothing to expect from Lee Myung Bak, and even his American master regards him as a hangdog, the spokesman noted, saying:
Isolated and driven into a corner internally and externally, the group is nowadays calling for "separate response", asserting that north-south talks for denuclearization is one thing and the “Cheonan” case and the Yonphyong Island shelling case another.
This is trick to put the brake on the resumption of the DPRK-U.S. dialogue and the six-way talks, which can work on nobody.
If it is truly interested in the north-south dialogue, the group should stop vicious provocative moves and abandon all of what is called "preconditions."
Such tricks employed by the group while intensifying the anti-DPRK moves are just for dragging on the time indefinitely in the plea of north-south dialogue.
Fellows of this group are now touring the U.S. one after another to zealously ask its American master to back its stand. Meanwhile traitor Lee invites not only his clans but also personages of different circles, who had been usually ignored, to parties in Chongwadae almost every day and makes sheep's eyes at them, offering "presents."
But, such disgusting play of the traitor arouses only public criticism, and nobody intends to be on the same boat with him.
At present he depends only on a handful of such separatists as Hyon In Thaek.
The puppet group of traitors' confrontation policy has already gone bust and persistence in it will only precipitate its downfall.
Its confrontation moves will further deteriorate the north-south relations and, worse still, lead to a war which may inflict untold calamities upon the nation.
The group should behave itself, well aware of what its confrontation policy will bring after all.