A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK Thursday gave the following answer to a question raised by KCNA, blasting the anti-DPRK vituperation let loose by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton:Oh no, they are directing their mental power at her!
She has made a spate of vulgar remarks unbecoming for her position everywhere she went since she was sworn in.
She said during her recent trip to India that "north Korea should not receive the attention it is seeking through behavior like missile launches," likening Pyongyang's behavior to that of unruly children. Her words suggest that she is by no means intelligent.
The DPRK has taken necessary measures to protect the nation's sovereignty and right to existence to cope with the U.S. hostile policy and nuclear threat, not to attract anyone's attention.
The U.S., however, is taking the lead in making much ado about nothing.
It was the U.S. that helped the DPRK to become the world focus.
We cannot but regard Mrs. Clinton as a funny lady as she likes to utter such rhetoric, unaware of the elementary etiquette in the international community.
Sometimes she looks like a primary schoolgirl and sometimes a pensioner going shopping.
Anyone making misstatements has to pay for them.
It is our view that she can make even a little contribution to the implementation of the U.S. administration's foreign policy as secretary of State only when she has understanding of the world, to begin with.