Minju Joson Discloses S. Korean Authorities’ Intention Lurking behind “Dialogue” Rhetoric

Pyongyang, September 1 (KCNA) — The “conditions for dialogue” touted much by the south Korean authorities are sophism that smacks of flunkeyism towards the U.S. and confrontation with the fellow countrymen, says a commentary of Minju Joson Friday.

The “conditions for dialogue” are a replica of “halt to nuclear test, stop to ballistic missile test-launch and stop to provocative words” which the Trump group put up as “three conditions” for the DPRK-U.S. dialogue, and sophism of “denuclearization first” claimed by the Park Geun Hye regime.
The purpose of the “dialogue” rhetoric let out by the south Korean authorities is to attain their dirty intention by taking advantage of the U.S. imperialists’ hostile policy toward the DPRK to the last.
The “conditions for dialogue” touted by those indifferent to the destiny of the nation pursuant to outsiders, being unaware of the essence of the nuclear issue of the Korean peninsula, are nothing but a pipe dream.
The commentary says that the south Korean authorities, which regard it as its destiny to rely on the U.S. with sycophancy toward it, should come to their senses, though belatedly, bearing in mind that they can face the same miserable end as traitor Park who was pushed into the abyss of destruction for pursuing sycophancy and confrontation with the fellow countrymen.

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