Thursday, 23 October 2014

S. Korean Authorities Warned against Disastrous Consequences of Anti-DPRK Leaflet-Scattering Operation

   Pyongyang, October 23 (KCNA) -- The Secretariat of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea released information bulletin No. 1076 on Thursday denouncing the south Korean authorities for conniving at and fostering human scum's anti-DPRK leaflet scattering operation.
    Despicable human scum are making desperate efforts to scatter leaflets on Oct. 25. The U.S. and ultra-right conservative forces are zealously prodding them into such operation.
    The south Korean authorities are, in fact, encouraging such racket, claiming that "they have no legal ground to halt it" and trumpeting about "voluntary action" and "freedom of expression".
    The information bulletin said:
    They are feigning ignorance of human scum's anti-DPRK leaflet scattering operations, patronizing, fostering and conniving at them though they are mobilizing the riot police to mercilessly stop civilians or anyone from scattering leaflets courting their displeasure. This self-contradictory action is absolutely intolerable.
    As proven by the recent situation, leaflet scattering is a very dangerous act which may not only drive the north-south relations into catastrophe but spark off even a war.
    If the south Korean authorities do not want to suffer tremendous misfortune due to the racket of a handful of human scum, they should take a proper step to halt it.
    Whether to halt it or connive at it is a touchstone showing the stand and attitude of the south Korean authorities: Dialogue or confrontation, improvement of inter-Korean relations or their catastrophe.
    If another leaflet scattering operation is conducted despite the repeated warnings of the DPRK and opposition and rejection of the public at home and abroad, the inter-Korean relations will be pushed to an uncontrollable catastrophe and the situation will reach an alarming phase.
    We are watching with vigilance what is going on in south Korea. -0-

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