Pyongyang, January 19 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK gave the following answer to a question raised by KCNA Thursday in connection with the fact that the U.S. State Secretary made remarks faulting the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK:
U.S. State Secretary Kerry at a briefing at the Davos world economic
forum on Jan. 17 spouted coarse invective that deployment of THAAD in
south Korea is to "cope with the nuclear weapons of north Korea and the
potentiality of its reckless and unverified impulsive dictator."
The rubbish made by bete noire Kerry against the dignity of the
supreme leadership of the DPRK is nothing but a shriek made by the
wretched one bound for ruin after sustaining only bitter defeat and
shame in the stand-off with the DPRK, failing to realize the wild
ambition for "bringing down" the DPRK.
Kerry's remarks are just ridiculous rubbish of a loser thrown into
extreme horror and uneasiness, much upset by the shining development
made by the DPRK, which has risen as a nuclear power and a military
power in the East.
He had better repent of his crime of having pushed the DPRK-U.S.
relations and the regional situation into the worst catastrophe through
the extreme hostile policy toward the DPRK during his tenure of office.
Whoever provokes even a little the dignity of the supreme leadership
of the DPRK, which represents our destiny, will be made to pay a very
high price beyond imagination. -0-