|calendar>>October 1. 2012 Juch 101|
Rodong Sinmun Blasts Lee Myung Bak's Hysteric Outbursts
| Pyongyang, October 1 (KCNA) -- Traitor Lee Myung Bak of south Korea invited overseas members of the "Advisory Council for Democracy and Peaceful Unification" to Chongwadae of south Korea and pulled up the DPRK over its defence spending and malignantly slandered its efforts to bolster up its capability for self-defence. He, at the same time, talked nonsense in a bid to lead it to "opening and reform."
At the emergency meeting of ministers of foreign affairs and security held later Lee cried out for "coping with the premeditated politically-motivated provocations of the north ahead of the presidential election," groundlessly vociferating about "the north's ceaseless trespassing on the northern limit line in the west sea of Korea".
At the commemoration of "the Day of Army" he asserted that "Northeast Asia is facing a challenge as the north refuses to halt the nuclear and missile development" in an effort to pass the buck for the increasing tension to the DPRK.
Rodong Sinmun Monday in a bylined commentary observes in this regard:
This is nothing but hysteria of the imbecile who is ignorant of how things are going in the world and what miserable fate awaits him, stuck in the back room of Chongwadae.
There is a reason why Lee so frequently lets loose a spate of invectives against the DPRK these days.
Censured by the people for all sorts of wrongs he has done since his seizure of power, Lee now stands thoroughly isolated from all sides.
After the adoption of "law on the special inspection" of the case of the purchase of the building lot in Naegok-dong he and his son are set to receive investigation by special prosecutors.
He got so angry that he is impatient with his clan every day, while becoming venomous towards compatriots.
His disgusting behavior is nothing but death-bed frenzy of the old man more dead than alive.
He should bear in mind that the more he provokes the DPRK, the more miserable end he will meet.
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