calendar>>September2. 2014 Juche 103
Minju Joson Snubs S. Korean Authorities' Wordplay Intended to Mislead Public Opinion
Pyongyang, September 2 (KCNA) -- The south Korean puppet authorities are vociferating about "the possibility of south-north dialogue" as soon as the Ulji Freedom Guardian joint military drills were over.

Minju Joson Tuesday observes in a commentary in this regard: This is a height of shamelessness and an intolerable mockery and insult to the army and people of the DPRK.

If the south Korean authorities want to talk about "the possibility of south-north dialogue", they should apologize to the nation for staging UFG, to begin with, the commentary says, and goes on:

Their gibberish about "dialogue" is intended to mislead public opinion by creating impression that they are interested in the dialogue and make it believe that they are a main player in handling the matter of the north-south relations.

They have neither sincere will to hold dialogue and mend the north-south relations nor qualifications to talk about it.

If they truly hope for the north-south dialogue, they should make an apology for having bedeviled the north-south relations by staging UFG, to begin with, and declare internally and externally that they would never stage nuclear war drills against the north together with outside forces in the future.

Talking about "the possibility of south-north dialogue" without taking any measure would only bring to light their shameless nature before the whole world and touch off bitter indignation and protest among all Koreans.

The south Korean authorities should bear this in mind and stop such wordplay to mislead public opinion at home and abroad.

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