Wednesday, 29 July 2015

KCNA Commentary Slams Reckless Remarks of S. Korean Puppet Group

 Pyongyang, July 29 (KCNA) -- Recently the south Korean puppet group made a litany of jargons about the "settlement of the north's nuclear issue" in the wake of the nuclear deal of Iran only to invite criticism and derision of public at home and abroad.
    A spokesman for the puppet Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the minister of Unification of south Korea talked rubbish that "the north's nuclear issue should be ultimately resolved through negotiations" and "pressure on it would prove effective." South Korean conservative media claimed that "choice of bread instead of nukes would be a good model of settling the north's nuclear issue."
    South Korean puppet Foreign Minister Yun Pyong Se and the representative for the six-party talks were busy touring neighboring countries, asserting that "the Iranian nuclear deal should be taken as an occasion of settling the north's nuclear issue" and soliciting positive "support and role" in this respect,
    South Korean media and experts went the lengths of crying out for "boosting international cooperation to lead the north to dismantling its nukes," saying that "it was only the north that remains subject to UN sanctions over its nuclear issue".
    These are nothing but childish remarks.
    Commenting on the Iranian nuclear deal, public at home and abroad is unanimous in holding that "north Korea is different from Iran and its experience is hardly applicable to the north."
    Alexander Zhebin, director of the Center for the Research on Korea of the Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, said, when interviewed by Sputnik broadcasting service, that "it was illogical to compare north Korea's situation with the Iranian nuclear program."
    He explained reasons as follows:
    "North Korea declared that it is a nuclear weapons state after conducting three nuclear tests.
    It also clarified that it is ready to fulfill its commitments as a nuclear weapons state. Under the situation where the U.S. is staging joint military drills with south Korea under the pretext of the north's nukes, Pyongyang will never give up its nuclear program unilaterally without any reward.
    On the contrary Pyongyang considers the promotion of its nuclear program as the best option for protecting its power."
    As recognized by the world, the DPRK is a full-fledged nuclear weapons state and its nuclear deterrent is indispensable for it to defend the sovereignty and vital rights from the U.S. nuclear threats and hostile policy that have lasted for over half a century.
    It is preposterous to compare the Iranian situation with that in the DPRK as it is harassed by ceaseless large-scale joint military drills and other military provocations of the U.S. and exposed to its biggest nuclear threat.
    This being a hard reality, the south Korean puppet group behaves like an ostrich with its head in the sand.
    South Korea cannot behave otherwise as it is a colonial servant of the U.S.
    It is the puppet group that echoes the voice of Washington like a parrot and it is the south Korean authorities who have to read the face of their American master without having their own views.
    When one serves a big power, one is bound to follow outsiders' mentality and one's eyes and ears no longer belong to one.
    How miserable the south Korean puppet group looks.
    The DPRK's nuclear deterrent for self-defense serves as the most powerful weapon guaranteeing the dignity of Songun Korea and national security and its position of a nuclear weapons state will get stronger in any adversity.
    The group would be well advised to bear this in mind, though belatedly,
    The DPRK will consistently maintain the line of simultaneously developing the two fronts, no matter what other country does, and the mission of its nuclear force will remain unchanged as long as the U.S. pursues hostile policy towards it. -0-

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