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DPRK's Sovereignty Is Not Something to Be Bargained: Minju Joson
Pyongyang, May 15 (KCNA) -- These days the Lee Myung Bak group of traitors of south Korea keeps letting loose a spate of rigmaroles that the DPRK's satellite launch is "a missile launch" and expenses for it would be enough to buy a lot of food, dancing to the tune of the U.S. pulling up the DPRK over its nuclear deterrence.

Minju Joson Tuesday observes in a bylined commentary in this regard:

The Lee group dared make such ridiculous remarks, regarding the sovereignty of the DPRK as something to be bargained. This is an intolerable provocation to its army and people.

The Lee group has offered all human and material resources for the preparations for a war against the DPRK, while covering as much upkeep for the U.S. troops in south Korea as it calls for. Being in such poor position, the group was shameless enough to let loose such rhetoric according to the U.S. scenario, the commentary notes, and goes on:

The U.S. is impertinent enough to urge the DPRK to "give up its nuclear development and rocket launch and improve the people's living," while taking issue with its moves to bolster nuclear deterrence and peaceful space development program. The U.S. is preaching that if the DPRK dismantles its nukes and suspends its missile launch, it will get some rewards. This is like a wolf asking sheep to live together on good terms. There are some people telling the DPRK to believe what the U.S. says, failing to see through its ulterior intention lurking behind its rhetoric. But, the Lee group of traitors intentionally echoes the U.S. trumpeting in a bid to do harm to fellow countrymen, though it is aware of such intention.

Explicitly speaking once again, the sovereignty of the DPRK can never be bargained. The DPRK will continue to bolster up its capability for self-defence including nuclear deterrence and firmly protect its sovereignty no matter what others may say.

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