Tuesday, 24 November 2015

ASSPUK,JISGE and UK KFA support statement of DPRK NDC Policy Dept on south Korean provocations

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               London 24th of November 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) today issued a joint statement in support of the statement of the Policy Department of the National Defence Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of the 24th of November;

     Yesterday was the 5th anniversary of the Yonghyong firing incident . The south Korean puppets committed the reckless and base act of staging a live firing drill  in the waters around the five islands in the West Sea,an area of extreme tension where the socialist DPRK and fascist south Korea confront each other at gunpoint , an area where there have been many armed clashes claiming casualties. Despite the history of the area and the warnings of the KPA Southwestern front command the puppets went ahead with live firing .

          Worse still the south Korean puppets staged a so-called "memorial service " at which they blatantly refused to accept responsiblity for having provoked the
Yongphyong Incident in the first place. They even tried to present as a victory when the world knows that it was a grave defeat for them and at the time they ran around like frightened rats.
                       The grossly provocative act of defacing the DPRK National Flag
was carried out by ultra-fascist hooligans and scum in Seoul as well as the act of insulting the Supreme leadership of the DPRK. The south Korean puppets should be made to pay dearly for these acts.

         The stance of the Policy Department of the DPRK NDC is a correct one. The south Korean puppets are not heeding the letter or the spirit of the agreements reached in August but are persisting in extreme anti- DPRK provocations and warmongering  thus it will become impossible to solve any problems through dialogue and negotiation.

If the south Korean authorities truly value peace and reconciliation then they need to change course at once !


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