calendar>>February 5. 2015 Juche 104
Lee Myung Bak Accused of Hurting DPRK
Pyongyang, February 5 (KCNA) -- Lee Myung Bak, a traitor to the nation, should have been severely punished by the nation and thrown into the dumping ground of history. However, he published his "memoir" recently in which he misinterpreted the course of the informal north-south contacts in a bid to dare hurt the DPRK.

A spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea released a statement on Thursday in this regard:

What Lee described in his "memoir" is touching off astonishment and derision as he revealed his true colors as an idiot.

It is the height of impudence that he took issue with the past north-south summits and utterly misinterpreted the course of discussion by making profound confusing of right and wrong.

We can elaborate on what happened. But we would like to just recall that whenever he found himself in deepening ruling crisis during his tenure of office, Lee reached out to the DPRK in a bid to seek a way out, talking about "dispatch of a special envoy" and "summit." He pretended to do some favor for the north each time.

The DPRK has all evidence to prove such fact.

His recent reckless act of malignantly hurting the DPRK by misrepresenting the course of the informal north-south contacts once again brought to light before the world his true colors as thrice-cursed depraved politician and base philistine.

Lee's recent publication of his "memoir" peppered with lies is aimed at evading his responsibility for driving the north-south relations into the worst catastrophe and chilling the atmosphere for mending the north-south relations now growing strong and divert elsewhere the public criticism of his thrice-cursed crimes.

The DPRK cannot but express serious concern about whether it will be possible to discuss the important issue of the nation with reckless guys of south Korea as brazen-faced as Lee.

Lee would be well advised to write "a memoir" repenting of his acts of treachery as he deserves history's stern punishment.

The DPRK will closely follow the developments in south Korea.

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