|calendar>>October 6. 2013 Juche 102|
S. Korean Regime Assailed for Unethical Action
| Pyongyang, October 6 (KCNA) -- The Seoul Central District Court of south Korea recently passed a verdict of not guilty on an inhabitant who visited Pyongyang in 1995 and paid homage to the bier of President Kim Il Sung, the father of the nation.
But coteries of the "Saenuri Party" made up of die-hard confrontation maniacs are going reckless, blustering "there is a problem," "the court bowed to the north" and "it was a subjective judgment". Han Ki Ho, Kim Thae Hum and other conservatives of the party are putting pressure on the court to "cancel the verdict" with foams at their mouths. Conservative media including Chosun Ilbo vied with each other to echo the reckless remarks made by them.
Rodong Sinmun Sunday observes in a commentary in this regard:
Such outpourings let loose by the puppet conservative group are the
worst demeanors which can be done only by ignorant gangsters
bereft of elementary ethics and morality, blinded by confrontation
with fellow countrymen.
The commentary goes on:
What the conservative group uttered cannot be viewed apart from its extreme moves to bedevil the inter-Korean relations. This hysteria kicked off by the group while calling into question what happened nearly 20 years ago fully reveals its sinister intention to block dialogue and cooperation and escalate confrontation in a bid to realize its ambition for achieving "the unification of the social systems" as it is a deliberate ploy to drive the situation into a catastrophe by abusing the present crisis of the inter-Korean relations.
The reckless moves of the group to escalate the confrontation with fellow countrymen, indifferent to national reconciliation and unity, are a stumbling block lying in the way of mending the inter-Korean relations.
No force on earth can dampen the aspiration of the people following the sun.
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