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Korean Central News, North Korea

The North Korean People are 'Greatly Enraged'


Is the recent crisis between the two Koreas part of a plot by the South to 'tarnish the fast-rising might of the DPRK and maintain a sense of domestic and international isolation and crisis?' According to this news item from the rigidly state-controlled Korean Central News Agency, 'Escalating the confrontation will lead to war - and he who is fond of playing with fire is bound to perish therein.'


November 26, 2010


North Korea - Korea Central News Agency Home Page (English)

Pyongyang: The puppet administration of south Korea is now hell-bent on wholesale confrontation with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, taking issue with the DPRK army over the due punishment it meted to the puppet group for its reckless military provocation. [The North maintains that the South first fired live artillery shells into the North's territorial waters, after which Pyongyang shelled the South Korean island of Yeonpyeong.]


In this matter, a spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea released a statement on Friday that says in part.


The puppet administration's recent military provocation is part of a deliberate and premeditated plot hatched to preserve its confrontational smear campaign, tarnish the fast-rising might of the DPRK, scuttle efforts for improving north-south relations and maintain a sense of domestic and international isolation and crisis.



The puppet group perpetrated the recent provocation after making the sinister calculation that if the DPRK failed to react, it would be "tacit recognition" of the illegal "northern limit line." Furthermore, it foresaw that if the DPRK reacted militarily, the puppet group would be able to use it as a pretext for an anti-DPRK smear campaign.


All of this notwithstanding, while tearing down the DPRK, the chief executive of south Korea [President Lee Myung-bak] didn't even bother to cry out for "much harsher punishment." This was nothing but a last-ditch attempt by those who were hit so hard after their hasty provocation.


The current situation proves the accuracy of warnings by the DPRK that the conservative Lee Myung Bak group's seizure of power would bedevil inter-Korean relations and lead to a war. It also confirms both domestic and foreign concerns.




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If the puppet group insists on confrontation, the DPRK has no intention of dodging it. The temperament of the DPRK is to resolutely counter confrontation with confrontation - and war with war.


The army and people of the DPRK are greatly enraged at the provocation of the puppet group. If they dare even slightly encroach again on the dignity and sovereignty of the DPRK, the DPRK is fully prepared to shower the bulwark of the enemies with dreadful fire and destroy it.


The puppet group shouldn't lose its head and clearly understand the will and mettle of the highly-alerted army and people of the DPRK to wipe out its enemies. Escalating the confrontation will lead to war - and he who is fond of playing with fire is bound to perish therein.


Gone are the days when verbal warnings sufficed. With good faith, we will respond in kind, but with encroachment on our dignity and sovereignty, we will punish the provocateurs with resolute and merciless counteraction.


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