Park Geun Hye's treacherous policy

Rodong Sinmun Thursday runs a commentator's article on the lapse of 8 months since Park Geun Hye took office touting "confidence-building process on the Korean Peninsula" as her policy towards the north:

By Commentator
Rodong Sinmun

Park Geun Hye's treacherous policy
Park Geun Hye
The "confidence-building process on the Korean Peninsula" is, in a nutshell, a ridiculous watchword aimed to lead the north to changes and induce it to dismantle its nukes under the signboard of "confidence" and conduct "economic cooperation" if it abandons its nuclear program and brings about a system change.

This watchword is, in essence, nothing different from "no nukes, opening and 3 000 dollars," a policy of confrontation with the DPRK pursued by traitor Lee Myung Bak as it is designed to realize her wild ambition for invading the north in collusion with outside forces.

It may be called a very cunning and sinister confrontation and anti-reunification policy veiled with the high-sounding word of "confidence".

The "confidence-building process on the Korean Peninsula" is a treacherous policy for fostering distrust and hostility between the north and the south and seeking confrontation with fellow countrymen. It is a policy of a war against the DPRK as it is aimed to force it to unilaterally dismantle its nukes and disarm it and realize her scenario for invasion of it.

As soon as Park came to power, she revealed her true colors as a confrontation maniac, claiming that the "confidence-building process on the Korean Peninsula" was not the "policy of appeasement" but the one "based on military deterrence supported by the south Korea-U.S. alliance" and that "south Korea would strongly counter the north's provocation through south Korea-U.S. cooperation."

Moreover, south Korea staged DPRK-targeted madcap war exercises of various forms including Key Resolve, Foal Eagle and Ulji Freedom Guardian with the U.S.

The south Korean puppet conservative group derailed the hard-won talks between authorities of the north and the south, blustering "south Korea would not have dialogue to be pulled by the north" and "it would stick to its principle". Park drove the Kaesong Industrial Zone into a crisis, vociferating about "hostage incident" and "operation of commando unit of the U.S. forces," something her predecessor dared not do.

It is the present regime in south Korea which staged a ridiculous farce of opening even the minutes of the north-south summit to public in a desperate bid to mar its historic significance. It is again the regime that deleted all the points related to the October 4 declaration from "the second principal plan for the development of south-north relations".

Lee Myung Bak begged the U.S. for "extended deterrence" which assures the provision of U.S. nuclear umbrella. Not to lag behind him, Park Geun Hye adopted the "tailored deterrence strategy" for preemptive attack on the north by mobilizing even a nuclear force in the U.S. mainland and went the lengths of fully joining in the establishment of the U.S. missile defense system.

Since Park came to power, the danger of a nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula has reached its height.

Park and her group urge the DPRK to dismantle its nukes and cancel its new line of simultaneously pushing forward economic construction and the building of nuclear force under the pretext of "confidence-building". Lurking behind this is a sinister intention to disarm the DPRK and achieve their goal of aggression in collusion with foreign forces.

The above-said watchword is an anti-reunification policy as it totally denies the mending of the north-south relations and seeks confrontation of the social systems.

Traitor Lee Myung Bak pursued a "waiting strategy" obsessed with a daydream of "contingency" in the north. But Park Geun Hye went one step ahead to cry out for "leading the north to changes, not just waiting for them."

The newly adopted "principal plan for the development of south- north relations" singles out "the process of leading the north to changes" as a key principle and orientation and clarifies the will to strengthen cooperation in the campaign to pressurize the DPRK to implement it.

Their talk about "changes" is nothing but pressure upon the DPRK to stop following the road of independence, Songun and socialism but introduce corrupt American style capitalism just as they did. It is an intolerable insult and vicious provocation to the people of the DPRK who regard the dignity of the supreme leadership and the social system as their own life and soul.

It is none other than the south Korean authorities who should take a right option and opt for changes.

They should make a major policy switchover as they desperately insist on extending the transfer of the OPECON (wartime operation control) which they had been supposed to take over from the U.S. and are working hard to revive "Yusin" dictatorship enforced decades ago.

All facts go to prove that the above-said watchword is nothing but an extremely sinister scenario as it is not aimed at building confidence and improving the north-south relations but at fostering distrust, confrontation and war.

The U.S. is behind the "confidence-building process on the Korean Peninsula".

It is the U.S. scenario for invading the north it provided to the south Korean puppet forces in a bid to introduce into the Korean Peninsula the "Helsinki process" which succeeded in bringing down socialist countries. It is a product of the U.S. policy of aggression toward Korea and Asian strategy from A to Z.

The U.S. instigated south Korea to advocate the "confidence-building process on the Korean Peninsula" as a new doctrine for aggression to maintain the pro-U.S. conservative regime in south Korea and use the south Korean puppet forces as a cat's paw in the moves to put the whole Korean Peninsula and the rest of Northeast Asia under its control.

It is nothing but an empty talk and hypocrisy for the south Korean authorities to vociferate about "confidence" while running amuck to escalate the confrontation with fellow countrymen and launch a war against the north in collusion with outside forces.

The Park Geun Hye group, in particular, has no face to talk about "confidence" as it has malignantly slandered the dignity of the supreme leadership and the social system in the DPRK which its service personnel and people regard as dearer than their own life.

What the Korean nation wants is not such play of words as "confidence-building process" but the earliest possible implementation of the historic north-south declarations.

The implementation of the joint declarations guarantees confidence, improved relations, peace on the Korean Peninsula and reunification and prosperity of the nation.

Now is the time for the Park group to give up its anachronistic sycophancy toward the U.S., take a right option and bring about changes in the idea of "by our nation itself".

If she truly wants confidence-building and improved relations between the north and the south, she should roll back the policy of confrontation with fellow countrymen, stop the war moves and opt for implementing the north-south joint declarations.

The DPRK will as ever join hands with anyone who hopes for national reconciliation, unity, peace and reunification, not asking about one's past.

Park Geun Hye would be well advised to pay heed to the DPRK's advise and call with good reason, though belatedly.

(KCNA - October 24, 2013)

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