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Victory Is in Store for People Struggling for Justice and Progress: Rodong Sinmun
Pyongyang, June 9 (KCNA) -- The truth behind thrice-cursed atrocities in the past is being disclosed one after another and their victims were declared not guilty in south Korea. This is the stern judgment history passed on the "yusin" dictator, says Rodong Sinmun Monday in an article.

It goes on:

The "yusin" dictator was the fascist tyrant without an equal who reigned over the people and the monstrous bloodsucker whose hands were stained with the blood shed by people.

Traitor Park Chung-Hee seized power through a horrible military coup. This was a curtain-raiser to the tragic bloodshed.

As soon as Park took the office, he massively beefed up repressive armed forces and mechanisms and threw a dense network of intelligence and watch across south Korea. He indiscriminately cracked down and killed the people who offered resistance against the country-selling policy of the authorities and supported the reunification through an alliance with the north, enforcing awful intelligence and terror politics.

No matter how desperately the fascist dictators hatch plots and resort to the suppression of the people, they can never stay in power for a long time.

The "yusin" dictatorial system shook to its very foundation in face of the indomitable resistance of the south Korean people for independence, democracy and reunification, and finally the dictator was shot to death by his confidant.

Several decades have passed since the dictator was removed from the arena of history, but the shuddering era of darkness is reviving and the same human rights abuses as those perpetrated in the period of the "yusin" dictatorship are being openly committed.

It is the steadfast will of the south Korean people not to tolerate the revival of the "yusin" dictatorship and the rule of brutal fascist crackdown.

Fascist crackdown is not a cure-all. Victory is in store for the people struggling for justice and progress, the article concludes.

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