Tuesday, 24 March 2015

ASSPUK, JISGE and UK KFA support DPRK NDC policy dept statement on the May 24th Steps

 London 24th of March Juche 104(2015)
The Association for the Study of Songun Politics UK(ASSPUK) , the Juche Idea Study Group of England(JISGE) and the UK Korean Friendship Association (UK KFA) decided to release the following joint statement in support of the statement of the Policy Department of the National Defence Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea concerning the "May 24th steps ";

             As it well known to the progressive and justice loving public of the world the case of the sunken south Korean warship the Cheonan was a diabolic frame-up by the south Korean puppets and the so-called May 24th steps announced by the Lee Myung Bak puppet regime  were totally unjustified. The sinking of the Cheonan , which was probably an accident or the work of the US imperialists , had absolutely nothing to do with the DPRK . At the time the DPRK repeatedly offered to send its own investigation team to south Korea to view the evidence . However this offer was refused by the then Lee Myung Bak puppet regime who wished to rush headlong into confrontation with the DPRK and use the incident whip up anti-reunification fever. The fact that the south Korean authorities even now have not presented the DPRK with their actual
evidence just goes to prove that they have something to hide and know they are indulging in deception and subterfuge.
               We support the three points put forward by the Policy Department of the DPRK NDC , firstly that the May 24 Steps are withdrawn as they are based on a fictitious pretext , secondly,that the demands of the south Korean puppets for an apology are also based on a false premise and to pursue such a demand it is nothing but a declaration of stand off with the DPRK, and thirdly, that the south Korean authorities should accept the DPRK's just proposals for a thorough and unbiased investigation of the incident.
                    We believe that if the south Korean puppets have nothing to hide let them bring their evidence to Panmunjom. It is a case of ' put up or shut up'. If they cannot produce the evidence of the DPRK's alleged involvement then they should withdraw the May 24th Steps and  publish the truth about the Cheonan case.


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