Sunday, 24 May 2015

ASSPUK, JISGE and UK KFA support statement of DPRK NDC Policy Dept on the lifting of the "May 24th Steps "

   London 24th 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 of the Policy Department on the issue of the lifting of the so-called "May 24 steps ";

Now some five years have since the infamous Lee Myung Bak ultra-fascist regime of south Korea imposed the unjust "May 24th steps " on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea . These measures were deeply confrontational . They were also based a totally false pretext namely the idea that the DPRK was somehow involved in the sinking of the south Korean navy warship the "Cheonan " in May 2010. There was no objective or impartial investigation of the incident , for example the possibility that the "Cheonan " sank due to incompetence or poor seamanship or was indeed was sunk by a US submarine. As the statement of the DPRK NDC policy statement correctly says "The "May 24 step" is an undisguised denial of the historic June 15 joint declaration, the achievement common to the nation, and its action program the October 4 declaration." Thus
by continuing to adhere to these  the south Korean puppets are negating the inter-Korean declarations that they have signed.

Despite the passage of five years and a change in the chief executive of the south Korean puppet the "May 24th steps" remain in place. The current puppet ruler
Park Geun Hye claims that the DPRK should apologise for the "Cheonan " sinking but this is absurd . Moreover it deliberately obstructs the improvement of inter-Korean relations.

                We support the demand of the Policy Dept of the DPRK NDC for a joint investigation into the "Cheonan " sinking. The south Korean puppets should lay on the table their "evidence ". We also support the call for the south Korean people to rise up in a nationwide struggle to get the "May 24th " steps lifted.


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