Tuesday, February 27, 2018

US Blasted for Hurling Stream of Abuse
The Trump group is going frantic with the anti-DPRK smear campaign, much upset by the daily-increasing climate for the improvement of inter-Korean ties.

The US vice-President Pence said at a conservative group meeting in Maryland State on February 23 that an era of strategic patience for the DPRK ended and the US would show its decisive will until the DPRK stops threatening the US and its allies and totally abandons the nuclear and missile program.

What is more intolerable is that he dared to describe the first deputy-department director of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea, who attended the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in south Korea as a congratulatory mission, as "centre of vicious regime" or "pillar of oppressive regime".

In this regard, a spokesman for the Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee on February 24 issued a statement condemning Pence's disgraceful behaviour as an act of a rogue without an equal in the world.

Unpardonable is that Pence dared to defame the inviolable DPRK government, terming it a "dictatorial regime", and absurdly slandered its congratulatory missions, including the first deputy-department director of the WPK Central Committee, the statement said, adding:

It is the mettle of the army and people of the DPRK, sharing their destinies with their leader and their social system, to find out and punish without mercy those insulting the dignity of their supreme leadership and social system, no matter whoever and wherever they are.

Pence will have a wearing time, witnessing what quagmire his crazy remarks threw the US and himself into.

Trump, who is taking such bete noire as Pence under his wings, should be well aware that the DPRK will never beg for dialogue in any case and, particularly, have no dealings with those viciously slandering the dignity of its supreme leadership and government.

The DPRK will never have face-to-face talks with them even after 100 years or 200 years. This is neither an empty talk nor a threat.

The US will have to pay dearly for its stupid and wild vituperation.


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