Monday, 31 July 2017

ASSPUK,JISGE, UK KFA and BSCPRKP slam south Korea's so-called 'strategy on the north'

31st  of July Juche 106(2017)
The Association For the Study of Songun Politics UK (ASSPUK) , the Juche Idea Study Group of England(JISGE), the UK Korean Friendship Association (UK KFA )  , and the British Solidarity Committee for Peace and Reunification in Korea (BSCPRKP) issued a joint statement in support of the statement issued by the DPRK  Consultative Council for National Reconciliation (CCNR)issued on Saturday 29th of July concerning the policy of the south Korean puppet regime towards People's Korea ;
 Recently the south Korean puppet regime issued a so-called '"strategy on the north" , noisily proclaiming that the DPRK would be denuclearised by 2020 etc . As the DPRK rightly points out that 'the "strategy" has no essential difference from "denuclearization, opening and 3 000 dollars" and "confidence-building process on the Korean peninsula" touted by the Lee Myung Bak and Park Geun Hye groups of traitors while talking about the "north's dismantlement of nuclear weapons" and "unification through absorption". The DPRK CCNR is very correct in its analysis. Moreover it points out that the south Korean puppet regime has no real intention or idea to improve north-south relations . Thus they will remain in a state of confrontation and not improve.
  The so-called denuclearisation of the DPRK touted by the new trendy liberal puppets of south Korea really means the de-socialisation of  the DPRK and regime change .
  Our organisations always held the change of regime in south Korea from a fascist conservative one to liberal one made no real difference . We believe our analysis has been vindicated.
  We believe that the progressive people in the UK and the world should support the DPRK against the insidious regime change scenarios of the south Korean puppets. The pro-US , reactionary  nature of the south Korean regime must be thoroughly exposed.
  We call for a genuine improvement in inter-Korean relations and for the south Korean authorities to take the road of independence .

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