Sunday, September 02, 2007

(North) Korean News: "Foolish Anti-DPRK Campaign under Fire"

They don't sound happy in this one:
A spokesman for the National Reconciliation Council issued a statement Friday assailing the "Association of Families of Abductees by the North during June 25 War," a right-wing conservative organization in south Korea, for working hard to refer "a resolution on abductees by the north" to the U.S. Congress in collusion with those Americans keen to hatch plots against the DPRK over the human rights issue.

The above-said attempt made by south Korean organizations keen on breeding plots against the DPRK over its human rights performance is a politically motivated grave provocation to it and a treacherous move and a premeditated and organized scheme to tarnish the image of the dignified DPRK and incite mistrust and confrontation between the north and the south, the statement said, and continued:

Such despicable farce staged by human scum only strips bare the miserable position of those who are marginalized in the present times and history, being censured and forsaken by the nation.

No one will pay heed to such clumsy anti-DPRK farce staged by the anti-reunification forces in south Korea in this June 15 era.

The above-said anti-DPRK human rights groups are now going on a rampage at the tacit connivance of the authorities.

The south Korean authorities are talking about reconciliation and cooperation while overlooking such rash acts of inciting confrontation with the north behind the scene. This leaves the DPRK skeptical about their real intention.

The south Korean authorities should own responsibility for the worsening anti-DPRK reckless acts and immediately stop the sinister campaign, pondering over the serious impact they will have on the north-south relations.

The U.S. had better stop instigating those keen on inciting confrontation with the DPRK to such disgraceful farce if it wants to save its face.
The U.S. is often oblivious to face-danger.

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