Monday, 17 October 2016

KCNA Slams Chongwadae Witch's Call for "Diverse Sanctions" on DPRK

 Pyongyang, October 17 (KCNA) -- Recently Park Geun Hye of south Korea pressed a relevant ministries and agencies to take the initiative in slapping "diverse sanctions" against the DPRK.
    At a "state council meeting" on Oct. 11 traitor Park gave instructions to take the initiative to slap "diverse sanctions" for putting substantial pressure on the north's regime, crying out for getting ready, being aware that its provocation is likely anytime and it may lead to actual contingency any moment.
    This is nothing but a flurry of invective let out by the Chongwadae witch caught in an epileptic fit, taken aback by the tremendous nuclear might and stirring reality in the DPRK, and a desperate bid to divert elsewhere the public attention focused on her and tide over the serious ruling crisis.
    The traitor is going reckless, seized by extreme horror and sense of setbacks, thrown into tailspin by the political and military superiorities of the DPRK.
    The DPRK is standing as the most invulnerable fortress based on single-minded unity in the world.
    It is an invincible power that has remained unperturbed by harsh sanctions and blockade imposed by the U.S. and its vassal forces for the last several decades and has won miraculous victories by turning adversity into favorable conditions despite such severe natural disasters as the flood damage in the northern part of the country.
    The successful measures taken by it in recent years to modernize its nuclear weapons demonstrated the strongest will of its army and people to mount a counterattack on the enemies if they provoke it as they are part of the substantial counteractions to cope with the threat and sanctions of the U.S. and other hostile forces who malignantly slander the DPRK's exercise of its right to self-defence.
    Park Geun Hye is not pleased with such great auspicious events of the nation and her fate is just like a candle flickering in the wind.
    No matter how desperately she may struggle to get out of her plight, the fate of the nation's top trouble-maker can not be otherwise as she turned south Korean society into a huge hell with her extreme political incompetence, and fascist, dictatorial and unpopular rule going against the times, pushed the north-south relations to a total deadlock and has brought the dark clouds of a nuclear war to hang over the Korean peninsula.
    Much upset by the reality, the traitor is trying to get rid of the abyss of ruin with such racket as "diverse sanctions", but it will only precipitate her most miserable end as she invited the misfortune herself. -0

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