Thursday, 21 May 2015

ASSPUK, JISGE and UK KFA support DPRK Foreign Ministry Statement on Kerry

   London 20h of May 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) issued the following joint statement in support of the statement by the DRPK Foreign Ministry issued on the 20th of May ;

The statement of the DPRK Foreign Ministry correctly denounces the vile rantings and ramblings of US state of state Kerry. Whilst visiting the south Korean puppets recently Kerry let loose a series of wild and reckless anti-DPRK diatribes about nuclear weapons and human rights. He even slandered the supreme leadership of the DPRK on a false and spurious pretext. Kerry even brought up the tired old horse chestnut of "cyber-warfare " which had nothing to do with the DPRK.

What is of particular note and what is quite offensive is that Kerry falsely accused the DPRK is turning its back on negotiations . This is completely false ,nothing could be further from the truth. Has Kerry forgotten how the DPRK signed the DPRK-US Agreed Framework and froze its nuclear facilities(at great sacrifice) for 8 years and also faithfully participated in the 6 party talks for a period of five years . How on earth can Kerry claim that the DPRK has not done enough to achieve nuclear disarmament  ? It was entirely the fault of the US that the Agreed Framework and the 6 party talks ended up coming to naught.
                    Moreover Kerry totally ignored the fair offer made by DPRK supreme leader Marshal KIM JONG UN in his New Year address for 2015, The DPRK offered to impose a moratorium on nuclear tests in return for the suspension of US-south Korean military exercises threatening the DPRK. The US coolly brushed this aside and went ahead with the exercises!
                             No progress can be made in resolving the nuclear issue unless the US takes serious and substantial steps to reverse its hostile policy towards the DPRK . Despite the utterances of shyster Kerry  the US appear to be intensifying their anti-DPRK policy on all fronts

If the US really wants to see the denuclearisation of the the Korean peninsula and steps towards the improvement of US-DPRK relations it should completely discard its hostile anti-DPRK policy.


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