CPRK slamms S Korean chief executive

The spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) gave the following answer to the question raised by KCNA Wednesday as regards the fact that the present south Korean chief executive let loose a string of provocative remarks:

At a meeting for commemorating "Day of ROK Army" with the involvement of the U.S. warmongers, puppet south Korean army and war hardware on Tuesday the south Korean chief executive made a "commemoration speech" in which she made such rubbish that "the north will be made to understand that nukes and missiles will no longer be useful", "the south will build a powerful deterrence to cope with the north till it puts down nuclear weapons" and "the south will lead the north to the path of genuine change".

In the speech given to "commemorate" the 60th anniversary of alliance with the U.S. the day before she blustered that "reform and opening are the only way for existence" while describing the DPRK's moves of bolstering up nuclear forces as "illusion" and the like.

The south Korean chief executive's coarse invectives against the DPRK were made at a time when the puppet conservative high-ranking officials of south Korea have become vocal about the "nuclear issue of the north". This is a serious and unpardonable provocation against the DPRK and an outright challenge to the DPRK's efforts for dialogue and peace.

The south Korean chief executive has gone so vicious as to take issue with the nuclear deterrence of the DPRK, a means for self-defence, while shelving the nuclear weapons of her U.S. master for aggression. This is the revelation of her dirty colors as a shameless henchman of the U.S. and the confrontational maniac.

The absurd remarks regarding the nuclear issue of the DPRK made by the south Korean chief executive are aimed to force the DPRK to disarm itself and realize an ambition for invading it in alignment with the U.S.

She even cried out for "change" in the DPRK, another nonsensical remark to undermine the ideology and social system in the DPRK and realize the dream for "unification through absorption".

It is none other than the U.S. and the south Korean puppet group which should be blamed as regards the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula and it is the present south Korean regime which should be changed.

The south Korean chief executive should not talk about "nukes" and "change" but behave with discretion, clearly understanding what forced the DPRK to have access to nukes and how the Korean people are making great leaping progress toward the great ideal and goals under the leadership of the great illustrious commander of Mt Paektu.

She had better drop the foolish farce aimed to get something by escalating confrontation with fellow countrymen and stepping up the moves for a war against the DPRK, pursuant to the U.S. master.

If she persists in provocative remarks, defying our warnings, she can never evade the same shameful fate as was met by her predecessor Lee Myung Bak.

(KCNA - October 3, 2013)

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