calendar>>November 10. 2010 Juch 99
Anti-DPRK Rhetoric Let Loose by S. Korean Diplomatic Chief Blasted
Pyongyang, November 10 (KCNA) -- Shortly ago, south Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Kim Song Hwan, when interviewed by a broadcasting service, asserted the six-party talks have not yet been resumed because of the DPRK. Rodong Sinmun Wednesday in a signed commentary brands this as a gross distortion of the fact and an insult to the DPRK's will and efforts to settle the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula.

In fact, it is none other than the U.S. and the south Korean authorities who should take action rather than uttering words as regards the resumption of the six-party talks, the commentary says, and goes on:

The U.S. and the south Korean authorities should take such a practical action as stopping the racket of posing a nuclear threat to the DPRK, not just paying lip-service to the resumption of the talks if they are truly interested in it. The south Korean authorities, however, have staged DPRK-targeted war maneuvers one after another together with the U.S. under the pretext of the "Cheonan" case, increasing the danger of a nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula.

The warmongers at home and abroad had another confab on the "offer of extended nuclear deterrence" to south Korea in case of "emergency" at the recent "annual security consultative meeting" and declared the operation of the "committee for implementing the policy of extended nuclear deterrence", a blatant nuclear threat to the DPRK. This notwithstanding, Kim Song Hwan has gone so impertinent as to call on the DPRK to "show something in practice", sheer sophism reminding one of a thief crying "Stop the thief!"

The public at home and abroad is becoming increasingly assertive for the resumption of the six-party talks, influenced by the atmosphere of a number of positive developments on the Korean Peninsula. It is none other than the south Korean authorities who are much upset by the positive efforts made by the DPRK for north-south dialogue and the resumption of the above-said talks as they have been dead-set against those moves. It is precisely for this reason that they are playing a trite trick to get rid of their awkward position and wrest something from the DPRK while working hard to convince the public that the responsibility for the stalled six-party talks rests with the DPRK.

With no rhetoric can the south Korean authorities cover up their true colors as a disturber of the six-party talks.

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