|calendar>>May 10. 2012 Juch 101|
Satire on Lee Myung Bak Screened on DPRK TV
| Pyongyang, May 10 (KCNA) -- A comic chat "Reversed Road", a satire on the rat-like Lee Myung Bak for his high treason, has been aired by local TV.
"Why does rattish Lee Myung Bak have misconceptions about everything? He does not know right from wrong, persistently barring people from doing good things and forcing them to do undesirable things." This is part of the chat.
The chat clarifies the idea that it is so natural to cut to pieces the Lee group of rats who dared desecrate the dignity of the DPRK supreme leadership, accustomed to doing what is believed to be harmful to people.
The comic chat, created by a writer at the Mansudae Art Troupe, says:
Lee Myung Bak, a rat born in Osaka of Japan, left millions of people jobless, many of them killing themselves, and thus turning south Korea into a kingdom of suicide unfit for human beings.
His group masterminded the Cheonan warship sinking case in a bid to cool down the heated resentment of the south Korean people and tide over the ruling crisis, which is no more than gambling on the destiny of the nation.
There is no way out for those opposed to the fellow countrymen.
The DPRK people have already sentenced the Lee group of traitors to death.
Traitor Lee Myung Bak and his military hooligans like Kim Kwan Jin and Jong Sung Jo have been deleted from the list of human beings.
There is no way for them to evade the prescription given by the nation.
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