S. Korean Regime Will Be Made to Pay Dearly for Anti-DPRK Moves

Pyongyang, December 15 (KCNA) — A spokesman of the Consultative Council for National Reconciliation gave answer to a question raised by KCNA Friday over the fact that the south Korean puppet regime additionally announced a “plan for independent sanctions on the north”.

On December 10 the puppet regime of south Korea made public the document with its chief executive’s visit to China just ahead under the pretext of the DPRK’s test-fire of Hwasong-15, the spokesman said, adding:
This is another intolerable politically-motivated provocation to the DPRK and a vicious challenge to the expectation of the public at home and abroad for national reconciliation and unity.
We cannot but speak ill of the poor and servile act of the colonial slaves who, without an iota of national self-respect, consider the sanctions on their fellow countrymen in the north as an “offering” for big powers.
What is all the more ridiculous is that they are bluffing that the recent step would have “a great blow on the north’s nuclear and missile development” even though they have neither means and ways nor any financial power to put sanctions on the DPRK.
The puppet forces’ sanctions farce is just as foolish an act as trying to check the violent current with rotten net.
Utterly deplorable is the appearance of the puppet forces as they try to give impression that they are taking an active advantage of the U.S. racket for international sanctions and pressure on the DPRK in order to win favor of the boss of the world hooligans.
They should clearly understand that stern and merciless is our method of dealing with the group of traitors challenging the cause and social system of the DPRK.
The foolish sanctions and pressure racket of the rabid dogs serving the U.S. will only make them pay a dear price.
The puppet authorities will be made to hold full responsibility for all the ensuing consequences as they are adding more crimes, far from apologizing for the crimes they already committed.

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