calendar>>November 22. 2008 Juche 97
S. Korean Puppets' Policy of Dependence on Outsiders Blasted
Pyongyang, November 21 (KCNA) -- Lee Myung Bak made a "congratulatory phone call" to the side of the U.S. president-elect, casting his sheep's eyes at him in a bid to discuss "the issue of tightening the traditional alliance." Not yet feeling reassured, Lee flew into the U.S. to implore heavyweights of the Democratic Party to meddle in the issue of the inter-Korean relations. Delegations made up of officials of the puppet administration and gentries of the Grand National Party of south Korea also flew into the U.S. to echo Lee's words.

Minju Joson Friday observes in a signed commentary in this regard:

The issue of the inter-Korean relations is not an issue between countries but an internal issue of Koreans, an issue of national reunification which can be solved when all Koreans get reconciled and united to reunify the country.

The inter-Korean relations that advanced toward independent reunification through reconciliation and cooperation under the banner of "By our nation itself" have rapidly deteriorated since Lee's coming to power.

What the Lee group wants is neither the improved inter-Korean relations nor reunification. Its ulterior intention is to do harm to the fellow countrymen, backed by outside forces.

The group called for the "resumption of dialogue" after covering its "policy toward the north" spelt out by it with such watchwords as "no nukes, opening and 3,000 dollars" with the veil of "co-existence and co-prosperity." This is nothing but red herring aimed to escape the bitter criticism of it made by the public for having bedeviled the inter-Korean relations.

Traitor Lee was reported to have cried out for further deteriorating the inter-Korean relations, not caring about the situation on the Korean Peninsula inching close to the brink of war and consequently the south Korean economy going bankrupt. At this instruction, conservative forces including the GNP are vying with each other to let loose a string of rubbish getting on the nerves of the army and people of the DPRK. This has put the north-south relations at the crossroads of existence and total collapse.

Nevertheless, the Lee group flew into the U.S. and begged it for "close traditional alliance" and "cooperation in executing the policy toward the north" instead of making an apology to the nation for having bedeviled the inter-Korean relations. This clearly proves that the group remains unchanged in its ulterior aim to do harm to the fellow countrymen in collusion with foreign forces.

All Koreans keep tabs on the crimes committed by the group of traitors. The Lee group had better bear this in mind and stop at once its humiliating act of depending on outsiders, though belatedly.

The government of the DPRK will, in the future, too, independently solve the issue of the inter-Korean relations, the issue of national reunification by the concerted efforts of the Koreans but never allow any interference of foreign forces in it.

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