|calendar>>August 10. 2012 Juch 101|
Anti-DPRK Remarks of S. Korean "Saenuri Party" under Fire
| Pyongyang, August 10 (KCNA) -- Of late, vicious conservative politicians of the "Saenuri Party" of south Korea made a string of anti-DPRK invectives, fanning up confrontation with the fellow countrymen in it.
Typical example is the extremely provocative remarks made by Kim Mun Su, governor of Kyonggi Province, over "the north's provocation." He called for "attacking the north tenfold or hundredfold" and even "striking its supreme leadership ".
"Presidential candidates" talked nonsense that "it is important for the north to opt for reforms", while taking issue with the "human rights" of the north.
Rodong Sinmun Friday observes in a bylined commentary in this regard:
This popularity contest and tiger hunting orchestrated by "presidential candidates" are aimed to gratify their political greed by currying favor with foreign forces and eliciting support from the conservative forces.
Their remarks are politically motivated provocation against the dignity and social system in the DPRK, an all-out challenge to it.
By nature Kim has been derided and ridiculed as "a man who does not know what to do and what not to do" and "guy seeking popularity by making unexpected remarks".
This is general public estimation of the "presidential candidates" from the party.
The remarks made by the "Saenuri Party" clan getting on the nerves of the north are motivated by the black-hearted intention to stay in power with the U.S. support.
It is an open secret that every "presidential election" in south Korea was backstage manipulated by the U.S.
Explicitly speaking, it is an unshakable stance and will of the DPRK not to show any mercy to those who try to hurt the dignity of its supreme leadership.
Those who committed sins are bound to face severe punishment.
Now the "Saenuri Party" clan has gone reckless to seize power. The forthcoming "presidential election", however, will become its tomb.
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