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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

"Spasm of a Lunatic"

Being that 23rd Mandalation is devoted to the weirder things in life, there are few things odder than a great rant from the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, as issued through the Korean Central News Agency:

Bush's Reckless Remarks About "Axis of Evil" Dismissed
Pyongyang, March 20 (KCNA) -- Recently, Bush again slandered the DPRK as part of an "axis of evil", stunning the world public. The Korean people are expressing towering indignation at those outcries, terming them frenzy of a guy bereft of reason and spasm of a lunatic. Rodong Sinmun today says this in a signed commentary. The Bush group's bellicose doctrine of "preemptive nuclear attack" and "war on terrorism" and its hypocritical policy of "spread of freedom and democracy" are the very source of all evils in the world at present, the commentary observes, and goes on: The U.S. imperialists provoked wars in the Persian Gulf, the Balkans, Afghanistan and Iraq in the 1990s and the new century, mercilessly destroying peaceful towns and villages and civilian establishments and cruelly killing countless innocent people. This clearly proves that the U.S. is a war maniac, the ringleader of evils and the worst human rights abuser.
They are openly interfering in other countries' internal affairs and running amuck to overthrow the leadership of progressive countries, clamoring about "freedom", "democracy" and "human rights" with carrot and stick.
Bush's repeated remarks listing the DPRK as part of an "axis of evil" are little short of declaring the U.S. stance that it still regards the DPRK as a target of military aggression, not a dialogue partner.
Now that the U.S. imperialists still keep the DPRK on the list of the main targets of aggression and objects to be eliminated, the army and people of the DPRK will heighten their vigilance against the U.S. and get fully ready to beat back any surprise invasion on their own initiative.
The bellicose Bush group should behave itself, properly understanding their will to defend Korean-style socialism centered on the popular masses to the last, regarding it as their life and soul.

You gotta love the Juche Idea, though.

1 Comments:

Blogger X. Dell said...

From the "It takes one to know one" category.

10:03 AM  

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