calendar>>March 12. 2012 Juch 101
Ever-growing Resentment toward S. Korean Regime
Pyongyang, March 12 (KCNA) -- The people in the DPRK are lifting up their voice of demanding punishment of Lee Myung Bak and military warmongers of south Korea who dared hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK.

Following the Pyongyang soldier-civilian rally on March 4, similar rallies have taken place in provinces, cities and counties of the country to swear punishment of the Lee group of traitors.

Ralliers scathingly condemned the Lee Myung Bak group which committed thrice-cursed treason after creating a touch-and-go situation on the Korean Peninsula by again launching in collusion with the U.S. imperialists war exercises against the DPRK, which is still in the mourning period.

Terming the Lee group a gang of traitors inferior to a beast, they declared that they would never tolerate this group which defamed the ideology and social system of the DPRK.

At the rallies workers, youth and students, peasants and women branded traitor Lee Myung Bak and Kim Kwan Jin, Jong Sung Jo and other military warmongers, who masterminded the hideous provocation, as human dregs that would find no breathing spell on this land and sky.

At every military post servicepersons are expressing anger and vowing vengeance on those traitors, chanting, "Kill Myung Bak" and "Let's beat military warmongers to death".

They have stepped up combat training in high spirits to blow up Chongwadae, the headquarters of plot breeders.

O Myong Nam, an officer of the Worker-Peasant Red Guards, told KCNA:

"The group of traitors, scared at the resentment of all our army and people, are making some poor excuses. But we, all members of the Red Guards, reject them as disgusting and ridiculous attempt.

On behalf of the nation we will mercilessly destroy them to the last man."

Meanwhile houses of class education across the country have been crowded with visitors and meetings with war veterans have taken place.

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