Park Geun Hye Censured for Her Treachery

Pyongyang, May 12 (KCNA) — Park Geun Hye, the chief executive of south Korea, has been criticized at home and abroad as an old harlot serving foreigners because she left its “sovereign rights” to the mercy of the United States.

In this regard, Dr. Kang Chol, a teacher of Kim Il Sung University in the DPRK and a news expert, told KCNA:
Criticism against Park is growing stronger among the world media for having invited Obama to south Korea and asked him to extend the period of transfer of the wartime operation control (OPECON).
Shortly ago, Voice of Russia noted that a number of experts on world affairs ascribed the U.S.-south Korea re-extension of transfer of OPECON to other reason.
They commented: Tough counteraction against Pyongyang is no more than a political gesture because south Korea’s armaments is 25 times higher than the DPRK’s. Transfer of the right to military command to other country is a strike to a sovereign state’s authority, but the south Korean “government” wants the U.S. forces to stay in south Korea and maintain the control over its army. The U.S. has seized control over all the military strength of south Korea and Japan. It concentrates its efforts on securing the control over military muscles of its Asia-Pacific military allies as a lever to deter China’s any action over Diaoyu islands and other issues, not the DPRK.
This is a serious comment critical of Park, keen on offering “sovereignty” of south Korea as a sacrifice for foreign forces’ world domination in a bid to stay in power.
When the seas of south Korea turned into a theatre of war gambles for the foreign aggressors and into a graveyard of many children, the Park Geun Hye group engaged itself in such treachery.
Park and her group of pro-American conservatives and war servants in south Korea should be buried into sea in time as they are a blot on the nation and hell-bent only on confrontation with the fellow countrymen in the north.

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