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Worst Crisis in S. Korea, Inevitable Product of Sycophantic and Treacherous Politics: Rodong Sinmun

Pyongyang, January 24 (KCNA) — Political confusion and contradictions have reached an extreme phase in south Korea, throwing the whole society into the worst crisis and touching off public anger, says Rodong Sinmun Sunday in an article.

It goes on:
Greatly infuriated by the outcome of the negotiations between the south Korean and Japanese authorities on the crimes related to the sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army, south Korean people of various circles are condemning the conservative group for conniving at the past crimes of Japan, and rising up in massive actions to nullify the humiliating “agreement”.
Meanwhile, the Federation of Trade Unions declared the retraction of the “great compromise among the workers, business and government” and stop to dialogue in token of the protest against the conservative authorities keen on passing the unpopular bill “on labor reform” through the “National Assembly” in disregard of the will of the workers, giving further momentum to the anti-“government” struggle.
It is quite natural that politics is bound to be in mayhem, economy in the grip of crisis and massive actions are gaining in scope and strength in such corrupt and ailing unpopular society as south Korea.
The present crisis is a natural product of the unprecedented unpopular politics pursued by the sycophants and traitors while selling off the interests and dignity of the nation to foreign forces, subservient to them.
South Korea cannot exist even a day without depending on foreign forces. Herein lie the instability of the south Korean regime and vulnerability of its colonial system.
The south Korean society is going to ruin due to sycophancy and treachery and is torn off due to corruption and irregularities. Only graves of history wait for the traitors as they have turned south Korea into a veritable hell by enforcing an unpopular rule.

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