Pyongyang, May 6 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) released a statement on Thursday in connection with the fact that the Park Geun Hye group of south Korea is now crying out for pressurizing the north into "denuclearization" through "firm security" and "harsh sanctions," to begin with, whenever an opportunity presents itself.
The statement said:
Park Geun Hye is making such odd remarks as the necessity to seek
what she called "creative interpretation" aimed to make the north
understand that "definite dismantlement of nukes is the only way to
live," admitting herself before the riff-raff that there is a limit to
"sanctions and pressure" and "threat and warning".
She went the lengths of deliberately asserting that the historic
Seventh Congress of the Workers' Party of Korea would become the
congress to have its access to nuclear weapons recognized and declare
What she uttered is not worth even a passing note, but we cannot but
say a few words as she took issue with the DPRK's access to nukes and
even with the WPK Congress, the statement noted, and went on:
If the Park group truly wishes to seek "a creative solution" to the
nuclear issue on the Korean peninsula, they would be well advised to
have the following proper elementary common sense at least:
Firstly, they should study again the main reason why the nuclear issue was spawned on the peninsula, to begin with.
To fairly resolve any issue one should know its origin well, to
begin with, and it is hard to find any solution without knowing it.
Secondly, Park Geun Hye should properly understand why the DPRK had access to nuclear weapons.
The DPRK has got everything desired and acquired everything required
by rapidly achieving a high level of nuclear capability. In the final
analysis, the DPRK did so because of the U.S. and its followers' open
nuclear threat to the DPRK.
Thirdly, the Park group should have the idea of dealing with the
DPRK, well aware that it will remain unchanged in its status as a
nuclear weapons state possessed of even H-bomb, regardless of whether
one recognizes it or not.
We would like to re-clarify that the DPRK's nuclear weapons are the
deterrent means for defending the nation and the country but not those
for getting recognition and approval by someone.
The DPRK's status as a full-fledged nuclear weapons state is a stark reality regardless of whether one recognizes or not.
Fourthly, the Park group would be well advised to roll back their
policy of toeing the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK and that of
pursuing confrontation with the fellow countrymen if they are to truly
seek "the creative solution" to the nuclear issue, and find it in facing
a stern judgment by the public.
The Park group should seek the most realistic "creative solution" to
the "north's dismantlement of nukes" in definitely terminating the
existence on this earth of the gangster-like U.S. imperialists keen on
high-handed and arbitrary practices while brandishing nuclear weapons.
The Park group had better stop deliberately grumbling any longer
about the DPRK's nuclear deterrent, treasured sword common to the
nation, properly facing up to the reality, if they wish to prolong their
remaining days even a bit before meeting their miserable doom. -0-