calendar>>March 17. 2009 Juche 98
Lee Myung Bak's Red Herring Ridiculed
Pyongyang, March 17 (KCNA) -- Lee Myung Bak during his recent trips to New Zealand, Australia and Indonesia made much ado about "north's missile launch" and "creation of tension" in a bid to pass the buck for the escalated tension on the Korean Peninsula to the DPRK and solicit support for his "policy towards the north".

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

It is Lee's special disposition to pull the wool over the eyes of others with lies. This behavior is, indeed, a despicable political swindle.

The traitor's attempt to shift the responsibility for the escalated tension on the peninsula on to the DPRK reminds one of a thief crying "Stop the thief!"

Great irony is that Lee implored other countries for support for his "policy towards the north". The "policy towards the north" pursued by his group of traitors is rebuffed by all Koreans. This being a hard fact, Lee flew into other countries to fulfil the above-said mission. This was, in fact, little short of mockery and insult to the statesmen of those countries.

By peddling overseas the "policy towards the north" repudiated at home Lee once again stripped bare his true colors as a traitor staking his fate on outside forces, while slinging mud at fellow countrymen.

It is due to these traitors that the inter-Korean relations are steadily going from bad to worse and tension is escalating and the Korean nation is suffering disgrace on the international arena.

As proven by the facts, in order to improve the inter-Korean relations and defuse the tension and firmly protect the dignity of the Korean nation, it is imperative to throw overboard the group of traitors who run amuck to do harm to the fellow countrymen even by enlisting the strength of outside forces.

Lee had better stop letting loose a whole string of lies and read part of articles carried in the south Korean press "Lee Myung Bak, the liar, is not believed when he speaks the truth."

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