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Minju Joson Slams Anti-DPRK Vituperation of S. Korean Puppet Forces

Pyongyang, October 6 (KCNA) — The south Korean puppet forces are letting out all sorts of vituperation over the speech made by the foreign minister of the DPRK denouncing old lunatic Trump who made bellicose remarks against the DPRK at the UN General Assembly.

Commenting on the fact, Minju Joson in a commentary Friday says:
The Democratic Party coteries are talking about “apology”, terming the speech “the one threatening peace through original vulgar language and slander”. Those of the conservative dissident parties including the Liberal Korea Party branded the speech as the “height of impudence”, a “provocation prompting the complete ruin of the north’s regime” and “an act little short of digging one’s own grave”.
Not content with highly praising the rubbish made by the world’s boss of gangsters, the south Korean puppet forces curried favor with their master, while faulting the speech made by the foreign minister of the DPRK. This is a despicable act that can be committed only by senseless and deranged men seized by sycophancy toward the U.S. and confrontation with the fellow countrymen.
At a time the army and people of the DPRK have turned out in the final battle for confrontation with the U.S. to wrest a thousand-fold price from Trump, the puppet forces have gone mischievous, recklessly kicking up the racket for confrontation. This is nothing but the last-ditch efforts of senseless traitors prolonging their remaining days with sycophancy toward the U.S.
It goes without saying that the south Korean puppet forces can not evade the miserable fate of facing nuclear holocaust together with their master should they dance to the tunes played by Trump of the U.S., the sworn enemy of the Korean nation.
We will tame with fire such war maniacs as Trump and will certainly settle accounts with the American-raised rabid dogs holding political power in south Korea.

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