|calendar>>January 11. 2013 Juch 102|
Pyongyang Citizens Indignant at S. Korean Regime's Anti-DPRK Moves
| Pyongyang, January 11 (KCNA) -- Spokesmen for the DPRK National Defence Commission and the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea issued statements to rap the Lee Myung Bak regime in south Korea for frantically kicking up anti-DPRK confrontation and war moves from the outset of the year.
The statements evoked surging anger at the Lee regime among Pyongyang citizens.
Jong Sin Hyok, 55, a man living in Rangnang District, told KCNA:
"What the Lee Myung Bak group of traitors seeks in keying up the situation on the Korean Peninsula is to ignite a war on all accounts.
Since it took office in south Korea, the group has been utterly indifferent to removing the confrontation between the north and the south.
The DPRK does not want a war, but it will wipe out any invaders to the last one if they dare unleash a war."
Pak Song Chan, 40, a man living in Moranbong District, said:
"From the very day of its office, the Lee group of traitors has persisted in confrontation with fellow countrymen. Its desperate attempt to justify the confrontation policy, rejected by people at home and abroad, makes me sick.
Now I can hardly repress my urge to destroy the disgusting group of rats at once."
Kim Ok, 30, a woman living in Songyo District, said:
"The dear respected Marshal Kim Jong Un said in his New Year address that an important issue in putting an end to the division of the country and achieving its reunification is to remove confrontation between the north and the south.
The south Korean authorities should abandon their confrontation policy if they truly want peace on the Korean Peninsula."
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