Sunday, 4 October 2015

S. Korean Authorities' Bad Habit of Confrontation Will Invite Only War and Self-Ruin: KCNA Commentar

Pyongyang, October 3 (KCNA) -- The chief executive of south Korea is busying herself with the moves to bring the situation on the Korean Peninsula now on the track of detente back to the one of confrontation and conflict.
     In her "keynote address" made at the 70th session of the UN General Assembly, she let loose a string of such invectives that the "north's dismantlement of its nuclear weapons is a top priority task for building a world without nuclear weapons" and the "north should make efforts to have its inhabitants overcome difficulties through reform and opening, rather than additional provocation." Not content with hurting the dignity and social system of the DPRK while talking about "improvement of human rights," she openly revealed her ambition for realizing "unification through absorption" with the backing of foreign forces under the pretext of "peaceful unification."
     This is an unpardonable provocation against the DPRK and a heinous confrontation racket chilling the hard-won atmosphere of improving the inter-Korean relations.
     The situation on the Korean Peninsula requires responsible politicians to say and act to be helpful to the stable trend of the situation in the spirit of the north-south agreement.
     The DPRK is making all efforts to prevent armed conflict and rev up the atmosphere of peace, stability, reconciliation and cooperation as agreed upon at the north-south high-level urgent contact.
     However, the south Korean authorities have not discarded bad habit of confrontation but committed ceaseless hostile acts such as anti-DPRK "human rights" racket and leaflet scattering since the north and the south reached the agreement.
     The invectives let loose by the present chief executive at the UN arena marked the height of vicious provocations made by the south Korean authorities irritating and denying the dialogue partner.
     As far as the DPRK's war deterrent for self-defense, political system and human rights touted by her are concerned, they are the core issues it has consistently and firmly upheld for the sovereignty of the country, the dignity of the nation, prosperity and happiness of all generations to come.
     The U.S. imperialists and their followers' demand that the DPRK abandon these issues is little short of pressurizing the DPRK to appear before them with bare hand and become their slaves.
     The south Korean chief executive did not hesitate to make such provocative remarks throwing a wet blanket over the efforts of all Koreans for the improvement of inter-Korean relations and peace and prosperity on the Korean Peninsula. This makes one draw a conclusion that she is bereft of even elementary political sense and capacity to judge things.
     The reckless confrontation racket of the south Korean authorities has put not only the inter-Korean relations but the reunion of separated families and relatives being pushed forward with much effort at peril.
     The DPRK has no idea of showing leniency to those who are persistently pursuing confrontation in disregard of its magnanimity to achieve reconciliation.
     The south Korean authorities would be well advised to act with discretion, bearing in mind that their persistent confrontation racket against the compatriots is as foolish an act as becoming themselves targets of striking force of the Korean People's Army. -0-

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