Pyongyang, December 4 (KCNA) -- People of all social standings in south Korea are now staging ever fiercer actions for justice, truth, democracy and the right to existence against the conservative ruling forces' moves for the introduction of "state-compiled" history textbook and their unpopular rule.
Much upset by this, the conservative ruling quarters hurled tens of
thousands of police into the operations for brutally cracking down on
the participants in the actions and are kicking up a whirlwind of
forcible seizure, search and arrest of leading members of the south
Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) which spearheaded the
peaceful rally and dozens of organizations under it.
Puppet court authorities demanded prison terms for many guiltless
personages and indicted them en masse on charges that they praised the
north. The authorities are revealing their criminal attempt to let the
puppet Intelligence Service put down the people's anti-"government"
struggle by linking it with the DPRK.
A spokesman for the DPRK Measure Council for Human Rights in south
Korea in a statement on Thursday said that what matters is that such
fascist tyranny has assumed all the more indiscriminate nature since the
south Korean chief executive ordered the repressive campaign, likening
those who are opposed to the authorities' unpopular rule to terrorists
of the "Islamic State" and threatening not to overlook them.
The repressive campaign in south Korea is an intolerable challenge
to human rights and democracy as it is a fascist action to prolong the
treacherous rule of the conservative ruling forces by mercilessly
cracking down on the people opposed to sycophancy and treachery, the
revival of "yusin" dictatorship and unpopular rule.
The fascist crackdown and hysteria have been revived in south Korea
to ruthlessly violate the dignity and rights of the people, the
statement noted, and continued:
South Korea has now turned into the worst tundra of human rights and
the land ill-famed for the worst human rights abuses in the world. This
is an inevitable product of the conservative ruling forces' unpopular,
undemocratic and unethical rule.
It is quite natural for the south Koreans to turn out in a mass
struggle in protest against the present conservative forces who have
driven their living into abject destitution, abusing their rights.
The south Korean conservative forces' tyranny against the people
will spark off stronger resistance of the angry people and will never be
able to evade bitter censure and denunciation by all the Koreans and
the international community. -0-