Pyongyang, May 9 (KCNA) — Shortly ago, the south Korean puppet court took such a fascist action as sentencing an inhabitant to one year in prison, and one year of suspension of qualifications for the mere reason that he visited the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun to pay homage to President Kim Il Sung during his visit to Pyongyang in 1995.
When he returned to south Korea in January last year from Germany, the Park Geun Hye puppet group indicted him on charges of violation of the “Security Law” and sentenced him to one year and 6 months in prison. While persecuting him after putting him on probation, it held a trial again this time and finally put him behind bars, claiming “he sympathized with the north’s propaganda” and the like.
The Secretariat of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) in its information bulletin No. 1062 on Friday termed such fascist action a challenge to the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK, a heinous provocation against it and an unpardonable criminal act of chilling the unanimous reverence of the south Koreans for the sun of the nation.
It is a very justifiable and moral act both in light of the honor of being a member of the nation and beautiful manners and customs of the Koreans handed down through generations to pay respects to the fatherly leader who dedicated himself to the struggle for reunifying the country after liberating it, the information bulletin said, and went on:
Nevertheless, the Park Geun Hye group found fault with his righteous deed nearly two decades ago, a clear indication that it is a band of immoral and corrupt persons engrossed in confrontation with their fellow countrymen.
It is as clear as a pikestaff that nothing can be expected from the inter-Korean relations and only disasters and misfortunes will befall to the nation as long as the above-said group is allowed to stay in office in south Korea.
The Park group will not be able to escape a stern judgment of history as they are keen on confrontation with its fellow countrymen, trampling down the aspiration of the nation and human ethics.
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