calendar>>December 10. 2013 Juche 102
S. Korean Authorities Accused of Helping U.S. in Its Illegal Wire-tapping Operations
Pyongyang, December 10 (KCNA) -- Of late Snowden, former staffer of CIA, disclosed information that the south Korean puppet forces helped the U.S. in its illegal eavesdropping operations. According to it, the south Korean regime helped the U.S. in the secret wire-tapping of phone and internet messages of its neighboring countries by offering its Pusan seabed communication network to the U.S.

Minju Joson Tuesday observes in a commentary in this regard: This goes to prove that the puppet forces are playing the role of a shock brigade for aggression and war servant at the beck and call of their U.S. master.

It goes on:

It is absolutely intolerable that the south Korean regime is conducting illegal eavesdropping operations against the DPRK, China and other countries of Asia in collusion with the U.S.

It is nothing but a mockery and insult to the neighboring countries that the regime talks about "summit talks" and "strategic partnership" while conducting illegal wire-tapping operations against those countries. There is no one who would believe in its oft-repeated "confidence".

The puppet forces are running the whole gamut of such illegal acts as infringing upon the sovereignty of the neighboring countries while pouncing upon their compatriots like wolves and flattering their U.S. master. It is due to their dependence on foreign forces and confrontation with compatriots that the south Korean people are not yet free from the yoke of outsiders, the Korean nation is subject to disgrace, the inter-Korean relations are going from bad to worse and stumbling blocks are lying in the way of independent reunification.

The south Korean people of all social strata and the international community should become more vocal condemning the puppet group, keenly aware of its base and wicked true colors.

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