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Rodong Sinmun on S. Korean Conservatives’ Scheme to Come back to Power

Pyongyang, April 28 (KCNA) — Another “security crisis” campaign is being waged in south Korea with the “presidential” election just at hand, and it is the “Liberal Korea Party” and “Parun Party”, the remnants of conservatism, that are playing the main role in the campaign, says Rodong Sinmun in an article on Friday.

They seek to make the election favorable to them and gratify their ambition to come back to power by capitalizing on the issue of “security”, the article points out, adding:
Such campaign is nothing but a farce of those philistines to attain the sinister political goal.
It is the trite way for the conservatives of south Korea to wage the campaign to rally their forces and condemn the progressive democratic forces as “forces causing insecurity” and “forces following the north” at every “presidential” election.
As for the “insecurity” in south Korea, it is the U.S. dangerous anti-DPRK nuclear war moves and the puppet conservatives’ policy of confrontation with the fellow countrymen that invited the “insecurity”. It is, therefore, absurd that the group of traitors claim that “security crisis” was created due to “threat and provocation from the north”.
The “crisis” is a product of the traitorous policy of the south Korean puppet conservative regime, which has closely cooperated with their American master in the reckless nuclear war moves against the DPRK.
No matter how desperately the traitors may try to mislead the public opinion through such smear campaign in a bid to come back to power, they can never escape their miserable fate.

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