CPRK raps S Korean authorities' political provocation

By CPRK Spokesperson

A spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) on Friday released a statement assailing the south Korean puppet group for pushing its campaign of hurting the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK to an extreme pitch:

Betes noires of the puppet ultra-right conservative organizations including the Phohang branch of the "Association of Those with Special Mission" held a rally for inciting the confrontation with the DPRK at the plaza before the Phohang City Office in North Kyongsang Province on Thursday afternoon on the 4th anniversary of the Yonphyong Island shelling incident and staged a farce of hurting the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK.

This farce timed to coincide with the largest-ever combined landing drill in Phohang for a sudden attack on the north was a carefully-worked-out deliberate politically motivated provocation of the south Korean authorities from A to Z, the statement noted.

The reality goes to prove that the Park Geun Hye group is talking volumes about "confidence", "dialogue" and "peace" but is dreaming of achieving its ambition for "unification of the social systems" with the sinister intention to escalate the confrontation.

The DPRK has declared more than once that it would never pardon any act of hurting the dignity of its supreme leadership but mercilessly punish it.

Under the situation where the puppet group openly revealed its real intention not to rule out even a war by malignantly hurting the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK, the life and soul of the Korean people, the DPRK will more significantly bolster up the striking power corresponding to it and mercilessly punish the provokers by unimaginable means and methods.

The south Korean puppet forces will be held wholly responsible for all catastrophic consequences to be entailed in the north-south relations in the future.

(Source: KCNA - November 21, 2014)

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