Trump fond of barking

Korean Youth Will Stamp out Deranged Americans for Final Victory in Showdown with U.S.: Youth League Spokesman

tudents and youths rally in Pyongyang, September 23, 2017
Students and youths rally in Pyongyang, September 23. (Photo Credit Uriminzokkiri)

Korean youths, regarding it as their lifeline to devotedly safeguard their leader, solemnly declare the will of the young vanguard to wipe out all the deranged men going reckless, being unaware of who their rival is, and bring about the final victory in the showdown with the U.S.

A spokesman for the Central Committee of the Kimilsungist-Kimjongilist Youth League, stressed this in a statement Monday.

Trump threatened to "totally destroy" the DPRK, in violation of the dignity of the supreme leadership and the sovereignty of the DPRK, at an official UN General Assembly session, not at White House or at golf range. His hysteric outburst is the most heinous provocation and never-to-be pardoned hideous crime against the Koreans including youth.

Trump fond of barking as he pleases is not a politician but a boss of gangsters and a rabid dog, not human, the statement said, and went on:

Whenever ignorant gangster Trump trumpeted about "military option" and "toughest sanctions and pressure", failing to have elementary understanding of the situation, we repeatedly warned him to come to his senses and even showed off the tremendous might of Juche Korea with the ICBM launch and detonation of H-bomb.

But the silly old man who failed to evolve into a human, was hard of hearing. So we proved that a stick fits a rabid dog and fire should be responded with fire.

Our generation will write the final page of the shameful end of the U.S. by carrying forward the tradition of victory displayed by the anti-Japanese revolutionary forerunners who defeated the ferocious gangster-like Japanese imperialists in the forests of Mt Paektu, and by the heroic fighters in the 1950s who humbled the arrogance of the U.S. imperialists and created the July 27 myth of war victory.

(KCNA - September 25, 2017)

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