Foreign Figures Warn U.S. against Being Insolent

Pyongyang, October 2 (KCNA) — Personages of South Africa and Ethiopia made statements on Sept. 25 and 26 denouncing the rubbish of the U.S. chief executive over the DPRK.

Bonakele Majuba, secretary of the Mfumalanga Provincial Committee of the South African Communist Party and chairman of the South African Association of Friendship and Solidarity with Korean People, condemned the U.S. chief executive for his unprecedented remarks such as “totally destroying” the DPRK in the UN arena.
He branded Trump as a rude war maniac who failed to be qualified for a president and to acquire normal thinking ability.
He said that as long as Trump stays in office, bloody war will only spawn on this planet.
He expressed the belief that the Korean army and people would win the final victory in the standoff with the U.S. imperialists, rallied close around Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un.
Nigatu Dagnachew, chairman of the Ethiopian National Committee for the Study of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism, said that the president representing a country trumpeted about total destruction of a sovereign state in the world’s largest official diplomatic arena, which was unprecedented in the history of the UN.
He noted that as long as Trump stays in office, the world can hardly live in peace.
He pointed out that Trump has no knowledge of the DPRK.
He went on:
The DPRK is a nuclear power as it has access to nuclear weapons and ICBM by its own energy and technology in the face of the harsh sanctions. It is also a country where all the people are single-mindedly united around their leader.
Trump had better know this fact.
The U.S. should stop being insolent and stand face to face with the DPRK with prudence.

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