Saturday, 25 July 2015

Park Geun Hye Accused of Her Reckless Tongue-lashing

 Pyongyang, July 25 (KCNA) -- The Joint National Organization of Working People of the DPRK released a statement on Saturday denouncing south Korean Park Geun Hye's ceaseless reckless tongue-lashing against the DPRK.
    The DPRK has seriously advised and warned Park Geun Hye of her reckless tongue-lashing, terming it a source of trouble for the nation, the statement said, adding:
    However, Park has not yet come to reason but is still keen on letting loose invectives against the DPRK.
    Reprimanding her once again for the wrong way of thinking she had when she was foul-tongued on July 20 as she is politically illiterate, ignorant of even common knowledge, the statement went on:
    Park talked rubbish that the "biggest hurdle" lying in the way of achieving peace and stability on the Korean peninsula is the "north's nukes."
    Park, however, should know what the real hurdle is.
    In a nutshell, the actual stumbling block is the U.S. and her group blindly following it, not the DPRK's nukes.
    She should bear in mind that peace on the Korean peninsula is harassed by the U.S. moves for aggression and war and stability there is disturbed by the confrontation and hostility being incited by her and her group of traitors moving according to her skirt swishing.
    Ridiculing her claim that the DPRK is "developing nuclear weapons in disregard of the living of its citizens", pursuant to the line of developing the two fronts simultaneously, the statement urged her to be well aware of the weighty significance of the DPRK's line, to begin with.
    The line is the wisest choice to foil the U.S. and its followers' desperate moves to isolate and stifle the DPRK and promote wellbeing of the people and accelerate the building of a thriving nation, it noted, and went on:
    The DPRK's nukes protect its people's destiny from the constant moves of the U.S. and its stooges for aggression and nuclear war and huge funds for building of conventional force go to the improvement of the people's living standard. This is the essence of the above-said line.
    The people of the DPRK enjoy all social benefits given by the state -- free education, free healthcare and provision of houses.
    She is bound to feel ashamed as she would get to know that the national incomes advertised by her regime and the U.S. is no more than petty ones when they are compared with the social benefits in the DPRK.
    Park was so impudent as to say that her regime would "actively support the economic development" in the DPRK by "cooperating with the international community" if it makes a strategic decision to "dismantle its nukes."
    The people of the DPRK have dynamically advanced along the road of prosperity by their own efforts.
    Park, seized with sycophancy toward the U.S., had better concern herself about the crippled economy of south Korea that depends on the U.S.
    She claimed the "unification" pursued by her is "the ultimate solution" in an effort to mislead the public opinion by creating impression that such complicated issues as "nukes, human rights and provocation" were spawned by the DPRK. She had better drop such a pipe dream.
    The issues that should be settled are neither the issue of the DPRK's nukes, a treasured sword common to the nation, nor the "human rights issue" which can never exist in its popular masses-centred society.
    What should be halted urgently is the U.S. nuclear blackmail and threat against the DPRK, human rights abuses in south Korea, a human rights tundra where fascist dictatorship is rampant, and all the political and military provocations being perpetrated every day by the U.S. imperialists and the south Korean puppet military warmongers against the DPRK.
    Park once again self-exposed through her reckless remarks that she is no more than a hideous confrontation maniac rare to be found in the world. Park is doomed to ruin like her father who met a miserable death as he betrayed the nation. -0-

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