Sunday, June 12, 2011

(North) Korean News: "Korean People Vow to Punish S. Korean Traitors"

I assume they are still mad about South Korean use of Kim pictures for target-practice although the article does not say what the "insult to the supreme dignity of the DPRK" was, and it doesn't take much to get their rhetoric to reach this pitch. Anyway, this is prime bile:
The recently released statement of the spokesman for the General Staff of the Korean People's Army adds fuel to public anger at the south Korean regime for its provocation against the DPRK.

The principal of Changdok School, Kang Jun Ho, told KCNA that the Lee Myung Bak group of traitors will never escape from severe punishment by the entire Korean people for its insult to the supreme dignity of the DPRK.

A composer of the Mansudae Art Troupe, Cha Song Chol, said that all the artistes are working hard to create art works encouraging the army and people to devotedly defend the leader and annihilate the enemy.

Ri Jae Hyok, a section chief of the Bioengineering Branch of the State Academy of Sciences, noted that when an opportunity presents itself, all the people of the DPRK will devote themselves to the struggle against the enemy so as to demonstrate the might of their unity around the Workers' Party of Korea and the leader.

Won Se Yon, head of the national Taekwon-Do team, said that all the athletes are willing to punish the traitors to the nation.

Son In Bok, a student of Law College of Kim Il Sung University, vowed to become a hero in a nationwide retaliation war against the traitors.
That's five members of the "entire Korean people" accounted for. These articles could go on for awhile.

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