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Papers Slam S. Korean Regime’s Dependence on Outsiders

Pyongyang, October 14 (KCNA) — Leading newspapers of the DPRK Saturday deal with the miserable situation of the south Korean puppet regime which has been subject to maltreatment and contempt, cold treatment and humiliation for its kowtowing to the U.S. and Japan.

Rodong Sinmun says in an article:
Sycophancy to the U.S. and dependence on outsiders are physiology and habitual practice of the south Korean puppet forces.
The same can be said of the present ruling forces of south Korea.
The pro-American stand of the south Korean puppet authorities, who have to be servile to the U.S., reading its face without their principle and self-respect, will only fan up the high-handed and arbitrary practices of the U.S. and bring about bitterer disaster to south Korea.
Japan is now getting heated in criticism of the south Korean authorities, excluding and psychologically pressing them. This is pursuant to conspiracy with the U.S.
In collusion with the U.S., the Japanese reactionaries are pressing hard the south Korean regime in a bid to get concession from it in tackling the sexual slavery and other past crimes and pave the road of reinvasion.
However, the south Korean authorities blindly follow and serve their masters, not seeing through this cynical ploy of the U.S. and Japan. Such behavior will bring nothing but maltreatment and losses, humiliation and disgrace to them.
Minju Joson in an article says that the “serious situation” in which there caused a crack in “trust” and “cooperation toward the north” with the U.S. and the relations with Japan is deteriorated is putting the puppet forces into uncontrollable unrest as they have lost public mind-set. The blame for such position rests on the wrong policy of dependence on outsiders by the south Korean authorities, who have pursued the one-sided policy towards the U.S. and Japan, betraying the expectation of public mind-set.

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