Far-fetched charge

Pyongyang, September 3 (KCNA) — The South Korean ruler has put Father Mun Kyu Hyon behind the bars and persecuted him in disregard of strong public protest and denunciation at home and abroad. In this regard Rodong Sinmun today comes out with a commentary.

The news analyst says:
Father Mun is a believer who has done good things for the country and the nation. He has no reason to be incriminated.
He visited the north with official “permission” by the South Korean authorities and participated in the August 15 grand pro-reunification festival in accordance with the ardent desire of the South Korean people for reunification.
In Pyongyang, he shared feelings of kinship with brothers in the north and made remarks to such an extent as to call for accelerating the country’s reunification with the concerted efforts of the nation.
According to the logic, it is natural that the authorities themselves who uttered “reconciliation,” “cooperation” and “unification” with the north should be incriminated.
By making the believer a victim of the “National Security Law” the South Korean chief executive revealed that his clamours for “reconciliation” and “cooperation” are all lies and he has not a bit of willingness for reunification.

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