ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF SONGUN POLITICS UK
London 3rd of May Juche 110((20201)
The Association For the Study of Songun Politics UK(ASSPUK) ,British Group for the Study of the Juche Idea(BGSJ) , the UK Korean Friendship Association(UK KFA) and the British Solidarity Committee for Peace and Reunification on the Korean Peninsula (BSCPRKP)today issued a statement supporting the statement of comrade Kim Yo Jong , vice department director of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea , concerning the provocative actions of so-called ' defectors ';
On Sunday 2nd of May comrade Kim Yo Jong , vice department director of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) issued a stern statement concerning the recent provocative actions carried out by so-called 'defectors ' ( in reality criminal anti-socialist elements ) from the DPRK in south Korea . The statement correctly brands the action as an 'intolerable provocation ' against People's Korea and refers to the traitorous defectors as 'human waste ' , which is really a very appropriate and proper description of them.
The actions of the 'defectors' in scattering leaflets are a crime against the people-centred socialist system of People's Korea. Moreover they represent a dangerous challenge to peace and stability on the Korean peninsula and the Asia -Pacific region . The actions of the 'defectors' are fanning the flames of tension on the Korean peninsula .
The two-faced liberal authorities of south Korea had signed agreements with the DPRK pledging to end hostile actions and yet this action took place . The south Korean authorities talked big about putting a stop to this kind of thing but at the end of the day their words proved to be empty and meaningless.
We strongly denounce the provocative actions of the human scum 'defectors ' and the deplorable two -faced attitude of the south Korean authorities . We strongly support the statement of comrade Kim Yo Jong . All provocations and hostile actions against People's Korea must cease !
HANDS OFF PEOPLE'S KOREA !