NDFSK on S. Korean ruler’s flunkeyist and treacherous acts

Pyongyang, November 3 (KCNA) — Pak Kwang Gi, chief of the Pyongyang mission of the National Democratic Front of South Korea (NDFSK), had an interview with KCNA on Tuesday on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Kwangju student incident.

The incident is a nationwide anti-Japanese patriotic resistance of Korean students which took place in 1929 as Japanese boy students teased a Korean girl student.

The desire of the people for the independence and sovereignty of the country has not been realized in South Korea, Pak Kwang Gi said, and went on:

The situation of South Korea in which the foreign forces hold sway has been further worsened by the present authorities’ flunkeyist and treacherous acts.

In particular, the present chief executive has become infamous as the most truculent traitor surpassing his predecessors in pro-U.S. and pro-Japanese treacherous acts.

The Kim Dae Jung group is now engrossed in the treacherous policy toward Japan, going against the campaign of South Korean people from all walks of life for the liquidation of pro-Japanese elements.

It is the group of despicable flunkeyists and traitors without an equal in history who surpass the “five traitors of 1905” in damaging and selling off the interests of the country and the nation.

They should clearly see the patriotic will and determination of the South Korean people to realize independence against foreign forces, immediately stop the flunkeyist and treacherous acts and step down without delay.

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