Friday, 17 October 2014

CPRK Spokesman Blasts Park Geun Hye's Reckless Remarks against DPRK

  Pyongyang, October 17 (KCNA) -- The spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA Friday lashing out at the chief executive of south Korea for letting loose a spate of invectives against the DPRK at the Asia-Europe summit:
    Park Geun Hye again made reckless remarks against the DPRK during her recent foreign trip.
    At the Asia-Europe summit held in Milano, Italy she blustered that "the north should make a true change, dismantle nukes and open the closed door." Ballyhooing about "human rights and hard living of inhabitants of the north," she jabbered that "the north should approach dialogue with sincerity away from double-dealing tactics."
    This is another unpardonable politically-motivated provocation to the DPRK and grave outbursts chilling the atmosphere of the hard-won north-south dialogue.
    As the reality proves, it is the U.S. which poses substantial nuclear threat to the DPRK and it is again the U.S. and south Korean puppet forces which are making desperate efforts to isolate and close the DPRK while talking about "sanctions".
    The U.S. plan for using nuclear weapons disclosed in a memoir of former U.S. Secretary of Defense Panetta clearly proves who poses a nuclear threat and evidently tells the nuclear threat from whom should be defused, first of all, to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula.
    Nevertheless, she feigned ignorance of the nuclear threat of her U.S. master and talked about "nuclear threat" of fellow countrymen, shameless sophism.
    Moreover, she turned south Korea into the world's worst tundra of human rights and drove people's living into dire destitution and caused all sorts of tragedies such as the ferry Sewol disaster, becoming the target of all people's condemnation. She has, therefore, no face to talk about "human rights" of someone and "pain of inhabitants."
    She is talking about dialogue while slandering the other side behind the scene. This is a height of double-dealing attitude.
    If she is to have dialogue with the north and improve relations with it, she should know how to observe elementary etiquette toward the other side, first of all.
    If Park sincerely wants north-south dialogue and improve relations, she should refrain from making remarks obstructive to them, to begin with.
    She had better clearly know that she may bring inter-Korean relations to total collapse due to her bad habit of wrongly waging her tongue. -0-

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