S. Korean Authorities Slammed
Pyongyang, July 11 (KCNA) -- The policy research director at the Institute for American Studies of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Thursday made public the following press statement:
The south Korean authorities are about to bring in two "F-35A" stealth fighters from the United States again in mid-July, immediate after introduction of such fighters in March.
There is no room for doubt that the delivery of "F-35A", which is also called an "invisible lethal weapon", is aimed at securing military supremacy over the neighboring countries in the region and especially opening a "gate" to invading the north in time of emergency on the Korean peninsula.
The south Korean authorities have thus challenged head-on the "military agreement to implement the Panmunjom Declaration" which expressly stipulates that the build-up of armed forces against the other side should be completely stopped.
The south Korean authorities readily consented to bring in the lethal weapons that would harm the compatriots at a time when positive atmosphere is created on the Korean peninsula thanks to the historic DPRK-U.S. summit meeting in Panmunjom. I can hardly fail to ask the south Korean authorities whether this is an invention from "its imaginative power beyond common sense" clamored for by the south Korean ruler.
The south Korean authorities are strange enough to live in such a way as to please the United States, their master, like eating mustard in tears, even though they know well that the bringing-in of the Fighters would prove to be an extremely dangerous action which will trigger our reaction and increase the military tension on the Korean peninsula.
Notwithstanding the above, the south Korean authorities are talking loudly about reconciliation and cooperation between the north and the south. They are indeed impudent and pitiful as well.
Inter-Korean relations cannot hold any prospect as long as the south Korean authorities do not avoid the fate of depending on outside forces, which compels them to make two steps backwards when the White House pulls down its check-bar while making one step forward when there is any sign of improved DPRK-U.S. relations.
We, on our part, have no other choice but to develop and test the special armaments to completely destroy the lethal weapons reinforced in south Korea.
The south Korean authorities had better come to their senses before it is too late, shattering the preposterous illusions that an opportunity would come for improved inter-Korean relations if they follow in the footsteps of the United States.