of State Hillary Clinton: Her charges that North Korea
be helping Burma with a nuclear program and that the regime
behaving like a child have not gone down well in Pyongyang.
News Agency, North Korea
Hillary Clinton is
'By No Means Intelligent'
Calling Secretary of State Clinton 'by
no means intelligent' and likening her to a 'primary school girl' and a 'pensioner
going shopping,' it is fair to say that, according to this article from North
Korea's strictly controlled state media, Pyongyang is not pleased with Madam
Clinton's recent comments about the Kim Jong-il regime.
July 23, 2009
North Korea - Korean Central News Agency -
Home Page (English)
Pyongyang: On Thursday in
answer to a question raised by the Korea Central News Agency, a Foreign
Ministry spokesman blasted the anti-DPRK vituperation unleashed by U.S. Secretary
of State Hillary Clinton: Everywhere she has gone since being sworn in, the
secretary has made a spate of vulgar remarks unbecoming of someone in her
During her recent trip to
India, she said that, "north Korea should not receive the attention it seeks
through behavior like missile launches," likening Pyongyang's behavior to
that of unruly children. Her words suggest that she is by no means intelligent.
[Editor's Note: Secretary
Clinton's exact comment
was: " What we've seen is this constant demand for attention … maybe
it's the mother in me or the experience that I've had with small children and
unruly teenagers and people who are demanding attention -- don't give it to
them, they don't deserve it, they are acting out."]
The Democratic People's
Republic of Korea has taken all necessary measures to protect the nation's
sovereignty and right to its existence to cope with the hostile policies and
nuclear threat from the United States - not to attract anyone's attention.
But the U.S. is taking the
lead in making much ado about nothing. It is the United States that has helped make
the DPRK the center of world attention.
We can only regard Mrs. Clinton
as a funny lady, since she enjoys uttering this type of rhetoric, unaware of
the elementary etiquette observed by the international community. Sometimes she
looks like a primary school girl and at others, a pensioner going shopping.
Anyone making such misstatements
will have to pay for them.
It's our view that only when Mrs.
Clinton has a better understanding of how the world works, will she be able to begin
minutely contributing to the implementation of the U.S. administration's
foreign policy as secretary of state.
by WORLDMEETS.US July 23, 9:49pm]