calendar>> March 31. 2014 Juche 103
S. Korean Military's Piracy Flailed as Product of Confrontation Policy
Pyongyang, March 31 (KCNA) -- All the servicepersons and civilians in the DPRK have got angry to hear that the south Korean military gangsters forcibly seized a fishing boat of the DPRK, committing outrages on its crewmen, on the territorial waters of the DPRK side in the West Sea of Korea.

Ko Nung Du, director of the Maritime Administration, told KCNA:

It is an international usage to rescue the crew of any ship, distressed by engine breakdown or collision, fire and sinking, on the sea and offer convenience to them in view of humanitarianism.

But the south Korean navy gangsters committed atrocities against our sailors in distress. Their heinous action is a product of the anti-DPRK hostile policy.

The south Korean military should severely punish all those involved in the recent piracy, including the masterminds.

Hwang Chol Su, an officer of the Korean People's Army, said:

We can never pardon the south Korean military hooligans who beat our defenseless sailors with iron bars to fall in a faint and pressured them to "defect".

A shower of fire for revenge should be inflicted on the mad and cruel guys in Paekryong Island at once. If our strike of justice is launched, there will be no longer any organism in the den of evils in a few seconds.

Pak Chol, a worker of the Pyongyang Electric Cable Factory 326, said:

The blame for the barbarous piracy rests entirely with the authorities and the military brasshats of south Korea. The Park Geun Hye group, getting hell-bent on the war exercises against the fellow countrymen in league with the U.S., can never evade the responsibility for the recent case.

Only the use of force is needed to settle accounts with the south Korean puppet forces engrossed in hideous provocations to the DPRK.

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