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S. Korean Regime's Anti-DPRK Moves under Fire
Pyongyang, January 20 (KCNA) -- The Lee Myung Bak regime of south Korea committed heinous crimes against the fellow countrymen in the north, when they were stricken with grief over the demise of General Secretary Kim Jong Il.

The regime scattered leaflets slandering the leadership of the DPRK, trying to incite disturbance in the north.

A workshop head of the East Pyongyang Thermal Power Station, U Myong Gap, told KCNA:

"The Lee regime's crimes are intolerable for all ages. It is ridiculous for Lee to cry for 'window of opportunity' and 'removal of mutual distrust' in the beginning of the new year and pay a lip-service to the improvement of north-south relations and dialogue even in a foreign country.

Furthermore, his group of traitors heaped abuses on the mourners over their wailing the leader's demise.

The workers of the power station are determined to inflict a stern punishment on them."

Kim Sun Ae, a student of Pyongyang University of Mechanical Engineering, said:

"The Lee Myung Bak regime is a group of political hooligans.

Even foreigners shared the sorrow with the Korean people in memory of leader Kim Jong Il and sent messages to express deep condolences over his passing away.

But, only the group of traitors, who are ignorant of elementary morality and antagonistic to the fellow countrymen in the north, maliciously slandered its supreme leadership.

By clamoring about dialogue nowadays, they seek to appease the angry people in the north and mislead public opinion at home and abroad.

The group of traitors deserves a harsh punishment."

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