The south Korean puppet authorities finally issued the "results of investigation" in which they groundlessly linked the case of the sinking of a warship with the DPRK despite the accusations and protest at home and abroad. This is an intolerable provocation against the DPRK and an undisguised declaration of a war against it. Rodong Sinmun Sunday says this in a signed commentary.I did not know about the saying that "a club is fit for a mad dog." The only Korean saying I could think of off the top of my head involving dogs is, "개 똥도 약에 쓰려면 없다," which is a quite useful saying. I know that whenever mŏn halmŏni griped about all the calling cards left by the three dogs at our house, that was exactly what I would say to her in response.
The commentary goes on: It is also an intentional and premeditated plot to push the inter-Korean relations to total collapse and ignite a war of aggression against the DPRK in collusion with their U.S. and Japanese masters under the pretext of the ship case.
The ship case was an unprecedented charade crafted by the group of traitors keen on escalating confrontation.
The "investigation into the case" was nothing but a red herring as it was aimed to zealously spread a rumor about the "north's involvement in the case" and thus fan up atmosphere for extreme animosity toward fellow countrymen and confrontation with them among south Koreans of different circles and, at the same time, openly unleash a war of aggression against the DPRK in collusion with foreign forces under the pretext of what it called "security crisis".
A saying goes a club is fit for a mad dog. The army and people of the DPRK will never pardon the group of traitors getting hell-bent on confrontation and war, dare taking issue with fellow countrymen.
We do not know empty talk.
The reckless racket of the puppet forces will lead to a dirge of the traitorous clique.
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
KCNA: South Korea's Chonan report "will lead to a dirge of the traitorous clique"
You gotta love lines like that. The KCNA report in its entirety: