Thursday, May 27, 2010

Severance pays?

Pyongyang will soon find out. North Korea famously announced it was severing times with South Korea, and we have here the KCNA report:
A spokesman of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea Tuesday issued the following statement:

Traitor Lee Myung Bak of south Korea on Monday made public a "statement to the people" over the case of the sinking of a warship of its puppet army, in which he viciously slandered the DPRK again. He formally announced a ban on the passage of DPRK's ships through waters of the south side, "stop to trade and exchange between the south and the north", the exercise of "the right to self-defense" and the reference of the case to the UNSC, daring vociferate about "responsibility" and "apology".

Then the chiefs of the puppet ministries of defense, foreign affairs and trade and unification called a joint press conference at which they ballyhooed about follow-up measures.
This is little short of formally declaring that they would not rule out a war by standing in confrontation with the DPRK to the last.

It is traitor Lee Myung Bak and his puppet conservative group that should be responsible for the said case [Kushibo notes: They've been reading Sig Harrison!], apologize for it and face a punishment as it is a tragic product of their despicable sycophantic and treacherous moves and reckless actions for escalating confrontation with fellow countrymen.

As far as the "results of investigation" announced by the puppet group are concerned, their conspiratorial nature is brought into bolder relief as the days go by to be ridiculed by the world, as they are peppered with contradictions and doubts.

Now that traitor Lee Myung Bak is taking the lead in shifting the blame for the case on to the DPRK and formally challenging it with reckless provocations despite the above-said hard reality, the DPRK is compelled to opt for taking resolute punitive measures as it had already declared internally and externally.

The DPRK had already solemnly declared that it would regard the puppet group's anti-DPRK smear campaign over the sinking of the warship as a declaration of a war against the DPRK and mete out a merciless and strong punishment if the group dare defile its dignity.

The Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea, accordingly, formally declares that from now on it will put into force the resolute measures to totally freeze the inter-Korean relations, totally abrogate the agreement on non-aggression between the north and the south and completely halt the inter-Korean cooperation.

In this connection, the following measures will be taken at the first phase:

1. All relations with the puppet authorities will be severed.

2. There will be neither dialogue nor contact between the authorities during Lee Myung Bak's tenure of office.

3. The work of the Panmunjom Red Cross liaison representatives will be completely suspended.

4. All communication links between the north and the south will be cut off.

5. The Consultative Office for North-South Economic Cooperation in the Kaesong Industrial Zone will be frozen and dismantled and all the personnel concerned of the south side will be expelled without delay.

6. We will start all-out counterattack against the puppet group's "psychological warfare against the north."

7. The passage of south Korean ships and airliners through the territorial waters and air of our side will be totally banned.

8. All the issues arising in the inter-Korean relations will be handled under a wartime law.

There is no need to show any mercy or patience for such confrontation maniacs, sycophants and traitors and wicked warmongers as the Lee Myung Bak group.

The Lee group's call for "resolute measure" is as a foolish and ridiculous suicidal act as jumping into fire with faggots on its back.

The group is making a last-ditch effort in league with outsiders but will get nothing but its self-destruction.

The army and the people of the DPRK and all other Koreans will never pardon the group of traitors as it is finally bringing the dark clouds of war to hang over the Korean Peninsula, wantonly violating the historic June 15 joint declaration and the October 4 declaration and bringing the inter-Korean relations to a total collapse.
Frankly, I had only heard about this announcement from Western and South Korean news sources, but when I read it straight from a North Korean site, the typical bluster is just so over-the-top that it tends to make me not give it any credence. I was about to write a post on how North Korea's announcement means that Sunshine Policy is officially dead, but now I'm not so sure.


  1. "Jumping into a fire with faggots on its back"? Did I read that right? Is that the KCNA's type or yours or is their some definition of "faggot" that I'm not aware of? I thought there were only two. Cigarettes and the slur.

  2. That was one big copy-and-paste, so I take no responsibility for typos.

    "Faggot," I recall from my pre-adult years, is a British spelling of "fagot," which can refer to a bundle of sticks or twigs bound together as fuel.

    Either that or the Pyongyang regime is homophobic in the extreme.

  3. I was already going to ask you natives here what the sentence quoted by Matt means, but I see he's having the same problems.

    North Korea is homophobic. I'm too busy to search for the quotes right now, but I remember reading at the time when DPRK condemned the foolish ROK ideas about multiculturalism and accepting mixed-race persons as Koreans as disastrous for the Korean minjok-race, that homosexuality would also belong to the category of nation-threatening vices. According to this blog post by a norther escapee, the southern word tongsôngae is not known in the north and that homosexuality is treated as a political crime.

    Cannot help adding, that a Democratic Labor Party guy, of the National Liberation clique, once said that homosexuality is an aberration existing only in capitalist societies. (I thought I had made a note on that in my nblog, but couldn't find any.)

  4. Ha ha... although I made the homophobia comment as a joke, you do bring up an interesting point.

    I guess homosexuality is seen as a political crime in North Korea because only the state can fu¢k people in the ass.


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