Minju Joson Slams S. Korean Puppet Defense Minister’s Invective against DPRK

Pyongyang, June 6 (KCNA) — Han Min Gu, puppet minister of Defense of south Korea, held a confab with his U.S. master, where he called the DPRK’s step for bolstering the nuclear deterrent for self-defence a “provocation,” talking about “isolation” and “hardship.”

Minju Joson Tuesday in a commentary terms this poor grumbling of the pitiful colonial mercenaries prolonging his remaining days with the backing of outsiders and the hysteric fit of those stunned by the military power of the DPRK.
The warmongers of the south Korean military like Han Min Gu are crying out for “punishing” the DPRK, taking issue with its step for bolstering the nuclear deterrent for self-defence. It is, indeed, a burlesque that makes even a cat laugh, the commentary notes, and goes on:
As for military equipment of the south Korean puppet army like radar, they are all second-handed ones the majority of which were offered by the U.S. and are little short of scrap iron. Grafts of the brass hats massively brought no-guarantee weapon systems and defective equipment to the puppet army.
Soldiers of the puppet army are wishing that a war would not break out during their service. Such an army with poor hardware and without OPECON is often bluffing, crying out for not “pardoning the provocation of the north” and inflicting “resolute punishment.”
This, indeed, provokes side-splitting laughter.

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