S Korean authorities should stop fickle wordplay

By Sim Chol Yong
Rodong Sinmun

DPRK Poster Peace
As there is a saying that the devil can transform himself into an angel of light, the south Korean authorities are making hue and cry over the issue of the north-south relations which have been exposed to such a phase as being hung by a thread.

Recently the south Korean authorities are flattering that leaflet scattering by human scum was an "act of some", "inconvenient and difficult issue" and that they would "strongly respond to it” and “enact a preventive law".

Worse still, they go the length of crying that the north "should come to the place of dialogue", letting loose a string of shameful words such as "lack of understanding” and “peace which is able to continue."

The south Korean authorities struggle as like coming a day after the fair as they are letting out a string of lame excuses out of uneasiness for their crimes.

With no fickle wordplay can they cover up their crimes nor reverse the current situation of north-south relations.

The grave situation of the north-south relations is all owing to the anti-DPRK leaflet scattering by human scum and the south Korean authorities who connived at them.

Problems like anti-DPRK leaflet scattering which cause public criticism even in south Korea are by no means problems difficult to solve.

But the south Korean authorities had not even an idea or will to stop the leaflet scattering, from the beginning.

In the end, the north-south relations have run straight down to ruin due to their wrong handling of the matter.

Is it possible to bring the north-south relations back to what they were two years ago with just a few honeyed words when trust in the other side has been broken into pieces and hatred has reached the extremes?

We clarify again that the desecration of our supreme leadership amounts to hurting the mental core of our people. There cannot be any slightest concession and compromise in this matter. It is the ideological feelings of all our people and our national customs that this can never be allowed to be encroached upon.

Now the south Korean authorities, strongly pressed by the public opinion, are trying to calm down the rage of people and tide over the crisis with cunning word play, but it is useless.

They should discard a daydream to gloss over this incident.

Only shame and final bankruptcy will go to the betrayers and traitors who committed such heinous crimes for the purpose of totally bankrupting the inter-Korean relations.
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