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CPRK Denounces Lee Myung Bak's Provocative Remarks against DPRK
Pyongyang, May 11 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea gave an answer to a question put by KCNA Wednesday as regards the provocative remarks made by traitor Lee Myung Bak against the DPRK during his recent visit to Germany.

On May 8 Lee at the round-table talks with compatriots and a press conference held during his junket to Germany, the first leg of his European tour, blustered that the north's nukes are obstructive to unification, urging it to "dismantle" them, and asserted that it should "apologize" for the warship sinking case and the Yonphyong Island shelling case. He went the lengths of crying out for "the punishment of what he called "provocation" as regards even the anti-DPRK conspiratorial case orchestrated by him in the past.

He groundlessly pointed an accusing finger at the DPRK, finding fault with its system. He also let loose a string of foolish invectives inciting despicable confrontation of systems, talking about the pull-down of the Berlin Wall.

The spokesman branded this as a blatant provocation against the system and dignity of the DPRK and an intolerable mockery of the public opinion at home and abroad and the DPRK's positive efforts for dialogue.

He went on: Lee, not content with kicking off the anti-reunification confrontation racket in south Korea, made such reckless remarks overseas. This was nothing but the last-ditch effort to chill the ever-growing atmosphere of dialogue, ward off the criticism of him for the collapse of the inter-Korean relations and the failure of his policy toward the north and justify his anti-DPRK nuclear racket and the moves to escalate the confrontation with it.

The puppet group was so preposterous as to describe the DPRK's "apology" for the above-said two cases as an option for crossing the threshold of inter-Korean dialogue. This revealed its ulterior intention to challenge the DPRK to the end, without having any dialogue with it. The group's outbursts raising someone's "dismantlement of nukes" as a precondition for dialogue are no more than a ridiculous attempt to disarm the DPRK and realize the ambition for invading it in collusion with the U.S.

The group is seeking to import the mode of reunification applied by a foreign country, bewildered by it. This is as foolish an act as expecting the sky to fall.

The Korean Peninsula is not Germany.

The puppet group is dreaming of such a contingency as what happened in Germany but it was south Korea where regimes collapsed several times due to such contingencies as the April 19 Popular Uprising that broke out on the peninsula.

Great irony is that Lee, a stooge serving the U.S. in its moves for a nuclear war, is going busy with hectic diplomacy over the issue of opening what he called a nuclear summit in south Korea, the world's biggest advanced base for a nuclear war and largest nuclear arsenal.

The world people still remember well that he declared the policy of toeing the U.S. and the policy of confrontation with fellow countrymen when he was coming to power and blustered that it was all right not to have inter-Korean dialogue during the tenure of his office.

The DPRK cannot but seriously consider its stance maintained so far as it has become clear now that the mean declaration made by Lee was put into practice and he is set to stand in confrontation to the last.

It is quite self-evident that nothing can be expected from a dialogue with such a man keen on confrontation with fellow countrymen, blinded by a foolish dream.

The DPRK will never pardon those hurting its dignity and system and making a mockery of them but take merciless and strong counter-actions against them.

The confrontation of the systems will only lead to a war.

If a war breaks out on this land, it will be the Korean nation's just and sacred patriotic war for national reunification.

Lee would be well advised to behave himself, properly understanding the disposition of the DPRK and the reality.

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