Chon Yong U, the man in charge of diplomacy and security at Chongwadae challenged us viciously.
Speaking at a press conference, he tried to damage the dignity and political system of our Republic. Ridiculous enough, the villain said as if their so-called "May 24 measures" had exerted certain influence on us, blaring that as long as one wanted to see a "change" in the North, one must share the view that the forthcoming "government" must continue to put "sanctions against the North". One could not help laughing when this wicked guy boasted of their "strength of shaping the future".
Besides, he also talked much about a "radical change". We know what he meant by it, it is another variation of "emergency" parroted so much by many other villains of Chongwadae over the past five years. Illusion about an "emergency in the North" having gripped them so long, traitor Lee and his rogues have all along been clinging to their pinprick policy, advocating "systems unification" and opposing N-S dialogue. Their illusion after all had driven them all into lunacy; they all have become a group of rogues ignorant of morality and of their own nation. Has the "emergency" ever come as the mad guys were so much eager to see?
People must have sneered at Chon when he vaunted of their capability of carving out the future, for they are just colonial puppets that cannot subsist even a day without their masters feeding them. Now, our people rejoicing over the success in the conquest of the space are confidently going ahead under the leadership of their great Party.
Before the growing might of the North, the villains will find themselves powerless, and the world will see how those traitors to the nation meet their miserable end sooner or later.
Ho Yong Min