Monday, 31 July 2017

KCNA Commentary on S. Korea's "Strategy on North"

Pyongyang, July 31 (KCNA) -- The south Korean authorities recently revealed their true colors as confrontation maniacs through the "strategy on the north" of the "five-year program of state administration".

They recklessly set "denuclearization of the north" until 2020 as the general orientation of the "north policy", although the DPRK declared that it can never talk about the inter-Korean relations with the "nuclear issue" as a precondition.

This is absolutely unpardonable as it blocks the road for improved north-south relations, disregarding the principled stand of the DPRK on the "nuclear issue".

The south Korean authorities' "strategy on the north" 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, and it is more cunning and disgusting in sinister intention.

In the "strategy" they called for the establishment of "human rights foundation", settlement of the issues of "POWs of south Korean army and south Korean abductees", support to the "defectors from the north" and promotion of the plan for the establishment of the "Centre for Unification" openly showing the scheme for "unification through absorption" and confrontation of social systems.

Turning blind eyes to the basic problems such as defusing of politico-military confrontation between the north and the south, they talked about "new economy guidance idea" and "unification of economy". This proves that the present south Korean authorities are interested in making "administrative achievements" and claptrap tactics.

The "strategy on the north" after the "new Berlin declaration", which has already been denounced by Koreans, is an intolerable insult to the north and a declaration of the overall confrontation between compatriots.

The north-south relations will never improve with the "nuclear issue" as a precondition.

The powerful nuclear deterrence of the DPRK is the righteous option for self-defence to protect the dignity and destiny of the nation from the U.S. nuclear threat and blackmail and it is now guaranteeing peace and stability on the Korean peninsula.

The south Korean authorities should not imprudently talk about "denuclearization of the north" but make efforts to scrap nuclear weapons of the U.S. which reduced south Korea to the world's biggest arsenal of nukes.

If they challenge the just demand of the north and mindset of south Koreans who took part in the candlelight actions, they would meet the miserable end of the predecessors.

It would be wiser for them to ponder about the consequences before having the axe to grind. -0-

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