|calendar>>October 11. 2013 Juche 102|
S. Korean Authorities Denounced for Invectives against DPRK
| Pyongyang, October 11 (KCNA) -- A few days ago, a spokesman for the "Saenuri Party" of south Korea let out such rubbish as "regret" and "least courtesy". Han Ki Ho, executive chairman of the party, called for "stop instigating anti-'government' campaign", branding it as an "attempt to neutralize the 'government'".
Those in the puppet Ministry of Unification dared urge the DPRK to come out with "sincere attitude toward progress of south-north relations", talking about "serious defamation".
Rodong Sinmun Friday observes in a commentary in this regard:
The invectives made by the puppet group reflect its ambition to stand against the DPRK at any cost, hardly any feelings of self-reproach and reflection.
The conservative group of south Korea has neither face nor qualification to talk about "regret" and "least courtesy".
The present ruling quarters of south Korea have viciously slandered the political idea and social system in the DPRK while vociferating about "confidence", and resorted to anti-DPRK plot-breeding by instigating defectors, human scum.
What is intolerable is that the south Korean authorities and conservative media's wild act of hurting the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK has reached the extreme phase. Neither a bit of elementary courtesy and confidence in the fellow countrymen nor good faith can be found in their words or acts.
It is too natural that the DPRK seriously warned against the south Korean group's confrontation moves and no one has the right to say this or that over it.
It is ridiculous that the south Korean forces tried to mislead the public opinion with such words as "doubtful" and "serious defamation" to give impression that they had hoped for mending the north-south relations.
The south Korean authorities are reminded of the saying which goes "every sin brings punishment with it."
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