Political cartoon showing Park's chaos

The spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) gave the following answer to the question put by KCNA on Wednesday as regards the south Korean chief executive's act of picking fault with the DPRK again:

By CPRK Spokesperson

Park Geun Hye when interviewed by a foreign media a few days ago, prior to her foreign tour, expressed her willingness to have "summit talks" between the north and the south of Korea.

As soon as the interview was reported, south Korean media and experts vied with each other to talk about "possible change in her north policy".

Embarrassed by the splash her remark caused, Chongwadae, Ministry of Unification and other puppet organs went busy, saying what Park Geun Hye said about "summit talks" is a remark concerning principle, it does not mean change in the north policy and that now circumstances are not appropriate.

The next day Park Geun Hye hurriedly disclosed her provocative remark against the DPRK made at an earlier interview with other foreign media, retracting her remark about "summit talks".

One day she referred to such a big matter as "summit talks" in her capacity as chief executive and the other day she and her subordinates came out one after another to back it down. This is a political cartoon showing the inner chaos of Park Geun Hye's regime.

While calling for "summit talks" she stressed the need "never to tolerate nuclear weapons of the north". She also said the "north should get rid of illusion" and "she could not trust the north" and went the lengths of making such invectives against the north as "provocation and price". This shows that she remains unchanged in her intention of confrontation.

Park's remark about "summit talks" does not deserve even a passing note and is just a last resort to tide over the political crisis inside and outside.

It brought to light the hypocritical nature of "confidence" and "sincerity" much touted by Park as well as the true colors of her "confidence-building process on the Korean Peninsula".

The present south Korean authorities fail to protest the U.S., which wiretapped Chongwadae for spying. Question is how such servile authorities can discuss and settle any issues with confidence with the north.

What's more, she appointed such pro-U.S. ultra-right confrontation maniacs as Nam Jae Jun, Kim Jang Su and Kim Kwan Jin to the key posts in charge of unification, foreign affairs and security so that they may run amuck in the military provocation against the north. Her remark about "summit talks" against this backdrop is ridiculous sophism that will work on nobody.

If Park sincerely hopes for "summit talks", she should have good manners.

Her coarse outpourings against the north while saying she is set to have a "summit" at any time prove that she has no stand to have "summit talks" and show her moral vulgarity and impertinence bereft of common sense.

The DPRK will never pardon those who dare insult and make a fool of the dignity of its supreme leadership under the signboard of "summit talks".

Park Geun Hye should stop such ridiculous moves as begging for anti-DPRK "cooperation" by peddling the issue of the north-south relations abroad.

She had better stop provocative words and acts and choose the correct way for meeting the aspiration of the nation.

Consistent is the stand of the DPRK to improve the north-south relations and open a new phase of peace and reunification through dialogue and negotiations.

The DPRK will continue to follow the attitude of the south Korean authorities.

(KCNA - November 6, 2013)

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