Minju Joson Slams S. Korean Puppet Group for Justifying Anti-DPRK Confrontation Policy

Pyongyang, June 28 (KCNA) — Park Geun Hye of south Korea summoned riffs-raffs to Chongwadae on June 22 and blustered she would “not have normal relations with the north unless it stops provocations,” taking issue with its access to nuclear weapons.

Prior to this, mandarins of the puppet Ministry of Unification asserted in a “document on the stand on the June 15 joint declaration” that the north’s access to nuclear weapons lays big hurdles in the way of north-south relations and peace on the Korean peninsula.
Minju Joson Tuesday observes in a commentary in this regard:
This is a shameless scheme of the south Korean puppet authorities to pass the buck for having pushed the north-south relations to catastrophe to the north and justify their anti-DPRK confrontation policy and a mockery and provocation against the main spirit of the north-south agreements,
The present conservative ruling forces of south Korea are wholly to blame for having scrapped the north-south agreements as they drove the north-south relations to the present lowest ebb.
It is well illustrated by the fact that the present conservative ruling forces have been hell-bent on sycophancy towards the U.S. and confrontation with the fellow countrymen in the north since the very day they came to power and left the north-south relations totally frozen after totally blocking dialogue, cooperation and exchange in wanton violation of all the precious agreements reached between the north and the south.
They are the arch criminals who have put the Korean peninsula in the constant danger of a nuclear war by ceaselessly staging large-scale nuclear war exercises in collusion with the U.S.
We have already given the present conservative forces chances enough to turn over a new leaf although they have thrown the north-south relations into the mire of vicious cycle and run amuck in escalating the confrontation of social systems in collusion with the brigandish U.S. and Japanese reactionaries, the sworn enemies of the nation.
If the south Korean conservative ruling forces persistently rush headlong into the confrontation with the fellow countrymen in the north, turning down the offer made by it out of good faith and crying out for “the north’s dismantlement of its nukes,” they will only meet the nation’s severe punishment and a miserable end.

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