|calendar>>November 2. 2010 Juch 99|
All Koreans Called upon to Categorically Reject Dependence on Outside Forces
|Pyongyang, November 2 (KCNA) -- The Korean nation should solve the issue of its destiny by itself by playing the role of a master, says Rodong Sinmun Tuesday in a signed article.
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Foreign forces and their followers are laying a stumbling block in the way of improving the inter-Korean relations and the cause of national reunification. This reality requires the Koreans to independently carve out the destiny of the nation under any circumstances.
The Koreans should protect their destiny by their own efforts under any circumstances. They have keenly realized through the long history of national sufferings what baneful consequences sycophancy and dependence on outsiders brought to the nation.
All Koreans in the north and the south and overseas should have the firm determination to independently carve out their destiny under the uplifted banner of national independence in order to foil foreign forces' extreme moves for aggression.
All members of the nation should fully arm themselves with the consciousness of national independence and categorically reject sycophancy and dependence on foreign forces.
The Koreans have the common desire to meet foreign aggressors' challenge and defend their security and peace of the country and have an ample possibility to achieve great unity on its basis.
The south Korean authorities' policy of sycophancy toward the U.S. serves as a source of continued foreign interference and obstruction to the efforts to solve the issue of Korea's reunification.
The above-said sycophancy and treachery are intolerable in the June 15 era of reunification.
The Koreans have nothing to fear and are sure to emerge victorious in the struggle against foreign forces' moves for aggression as long as they are inspired by the inter-Korean declarations and there is the might of the nation united close under their banner, concludes the article.
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