Principled stand on Obama's south Korean junket

Pyongyang, April 28 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the National Defence Commission of the DPRK issued a statement Monday as regards U.S. President Obama's south Korean junket from April 25 to 26.

Obama's trip was nothing but an abnormal burlesque staged at the repeated coquetry and request made by his female stooge driven into a tight corner for her "yusin" fascist rule of modern type and unpopular rule, the statement says, and goes on:

We do not want to take issue with every disgusting behavior which took place between him and his servant but cannot but take a serious note of his wicked demeanor.

We gave meaningful advices to Obama to think twice as he is the man responsible for detente and peace on the Korean peninsula before his start of the recent tour.

During his trip he held summit talks and a joint press conference and inspected the U.S.-south Korea Combined Forces Command, etc. to persistently take issue with the DPRK and hurl the puppet forces into escalating the confrontation with it.

He called for slapping tougher international "sanctions" and boosting "cooperation in the campaign against the north" and agreed with his south Korean counterpart on building a missile shield and deferring the transfer of the right to control wartime operations under the pretext of the DPRK's nuclear activities and rocket launches for self-defence. This brought to daylight what purpose he sought in his recent tour.

The NDC of the DPRK clarifies the following principled stand in connection with the fact that the U.S. chief executive responsible for working out and implementing the policy towards the DPRK dared pull up the DPRK and recklessly behaved after flying into south Korea:

First, the U.S. should deeply repent of its crime-woven past when it inflicted a nuclear disaster on humankind before taking issue with the DPRK's nukes which are for just purposes.

Obama loudly claimed that the DPRK's nukes are "direct threats" to the U.S. and its allies and vociferously talked about the "theory of not allowing the north's nukes ".

The nuclear issue, a source of worldwide disaster and trouble, was spawned by the U.S.

The DPRK had access to the nukes due to the U.S. constant nuclear threat and blackmailing.

This not withstanding, the U.S. is shamelessly behaving, hiding its past and practices in which it spawned our nuclear issue.

We would like to declare once again that the DPRK's nukes are not to get recognition or permission from someone. It is not a bargaining chip for economic dealings either.

The U.S. would be well advised to learn the habit of repenting of itself before pulling up others.

It had better behave itself, remembering the saying a curse comes home to roost.

Second, Obama should have thought about the ailing American society and wagged his tongue before talking rubbish about "provocation", "threat" and "human rights" in the DPRK.

Throughout his trip to south Korea Obama, siding with Park, vociferated about "provocation", "threat" and "human rights" issue in the DPRK.

We cannot but question him whether he made such tongue lashing, aware of what do the words provocation and threat mean.

It is the contention of the U.S. that just self-defense to protect one's inviolable country from foreign invasion means "provocation" and "threat" while its brigandish act of staging saber-rattling in far-off land of other country is a justifiable action. This brought to daylight its practice reminiscent of a guilty party filing the suit first and its behavior making profound confusion of right and wrong.

The same is the case with the "human rights" issue of the DPRK.

Human rights precisely mean sovereignty.

A man is like dead if he is deprived of independence.

Neither material affluence nor luxury can replace independence.

This is the truth proven by the long human history and grim reality today.

The U.S. and its allies should clearly understand that their "human rights" ballad can never bring down the DPRK just as they did in the Mid-east and Balkans.

Third, the U.S. should remember that its attempt to put the Korean peninsula under its control is an anachronistic act of bringing it shame and destruction.

This time Obama disclosed his disposition as a wolf which does not let its prey go.

He forced the south Korean puppet forces to reexamine the period and conditions for the transfer of the right to control wartime operations slated for 2015.

The U.S. has tried hard to seize the right to control wartime operations at any cost in order to keep hold on south Korea, a strategic stronghold which it occupies for the past nearly seven decades.

That's why it has trumpeted about the DPRK's "constant threats" and "war deterrence".

The U.S. attempt to keep its forces in south Korea for an indefinite period is a pipe dream.

Clear is our stand clarified to the U.S. which does not know at all who its rival is.

The evermore undisguised hostile moves of the U.S. against the DPRK would only reinforce its retaliatory measures.

Obama would be well advised to properly face up to the situation, though belatedly, and coolly look back on what he has earned and what he has lost through his vicious hostile policy toward the DPRK.

We would like to advise once again that he should never miss his opportunity while he remains the boss of the White House.

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