Tuesday, July 31, 2012

"DPRK People Resentful at Attempted Terrorism"

What is the "terrorism" that the title refers to? Seems to have something to do with damaging statues (of Kim Il Sung, I assume, but I imagine that could also include--gasp!--Kim Jong Il statues):
It was disclosed by Jon Yong Chol, a defector from the north to the south of Korea, that the Lee Myung Bak regime of south Korea, in collusion with the United States, had pushed ahead with terrorist acts to demolish statues in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea,.

In this regard, Kim Myong Bok, a teacher at Kim Il Sung University, told KCNA:

"It is an unprecedented hideous terrorism aimed to defame the dignity of the DPRK supreme leadership. But the Lee group is downplaying the case as 'north's unilateral propaganda' and 'something impossible'.

With such allegations, it can never evade the blame for the unpardonable crime.

As a person involved in the case, Jon Yong Chol confessed that the south Korean intelligence agencies formed such anti-DPRK plot-breeding bodies as the 'Front for Liberation of North Koreans' with human dregs to press ahead with terrorism against the DPRK. He also testified to the fact that the United States and the south Korean regime orchestrated the recent terrorist operation while financing it.

The facts show that the case was worked out by the U.S. and the south Korean regime, not by a non-governmental organization of scoundrels."

Jon Kwang Il, a doctor at the Pyongyang Maternity Hospital, said:

"The rat-like Myung Bak group of traitors went the lengths of infiltrating such human dregs as defectors to the south into the DPRK territory to break the single-minded unity of its people.

As the statement of a spokesman for the DPRK National Defence Commission says, a physical counteraction is only the choice to punish those who run amuck to tarnish the dignity of the DPRK supreme leadership."
Another article, entitled "No Prescription for Hideous Crime: DPRK People," also refers to "terrorism aimed to insult the dignity of the DPRK supreme leadership," but it seems to be so overcome with indignation that it is unable to even name any specific hideous acts. It does specify the preferred fate of the evil-doers, however: "The group of rabid dogs should be beaten to death in time." If only they were as good at growing food as they are at invective.

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