Comrade Kim Yo Jong Rebukes S. Korean Authorities for Conniving at Anti-DPRK Hostile Act of "Defectors from the North"


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Kim Yo Jong, first vice department director of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea, Thursday issued a statement warning against the gravity of the situation as regards a senseless act of scattering anti-DPRK leaflets in the frontline areas by the "defectors from the north".

The full text of the statement reads:


Do not ask for anger yourself!


On May 31 I heard a report that so-called "defectors from the north" scattered hundreds of thousands of anti-DPRK leaflets into the areas of our side from the frontline areas.

What matters is that those human scum hardly worth their value as human beings had the temerity of faulting our supreme leadership and citing the "nuclear issue".

I wonder if the world knows what kind of riff-raffs those foolish "defectors from the north" are.

It is the height of irony. Those fools who are almost illiterate wanted to talk about the "nuclear issue" though they know no concept about it. This is like "a shop-boy near a temple chanting a sutra untaught".

Human scum little short of wild animals who betrayed their own homeland are engrossed in such unbecoming acts to imitate men. They are sure to be called mongrel dogs as they bark in where they should not.

Now that the mongrel dogs are doing others harm, it is time to bring their owners to account.

I would like to ask the south Korean authorities if they are ready to take care of the consequences of evil conduct done by the rubbish-like mongrel dogs who took no scruple to slander us while faulting the "nuclear issue" in the meanest way at the most untimely time.

I detest those who feign ignorance or encourage evil acts more than those who move to do others harm.

The south Korean authorities must be aware of the articles of the Panmunjom Declaration and the agreement in the military field in which both sides agreed to ban all hostile acts including leafletscattering in the areas along the Military Demarcation Line.

There should be a certain degree of discretion, however deep the north-south hostile relations are and however much hostility the south harbors against its fellow countrymen in the north.

It is hard to understand how such a sordid and wicked act of hostility is tolerated in the south at a time as now.

Before long the nation is to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the June 15 joint declaration. If such an act of evil intention committed before our eyes is left to take its own course under the pretext of the "freedom of individuals" and the "freedom of expression", the south Korean authorities must face the worst phase shortly.

If they truly value the north-south agreements and have a will to thoroughly implement them, they should clear their house of rubbish, before thoughtlessly blowing the "supporting" bugle.

Before making lame excuses, they should at least make a law to stop the farce of human scum, and take thoroughgoing preventive measures against any inglorious things.

Clearly speaking, the south Korean authorities will be forced to pay a dear price if they let this situation go on while making any sort of excuses.

If they fail to take corresponding steps in regards to the senseless act against their fellow countrymen, they had better get themselves ready for the possibility of the complete withdrawal of the already desolate Kaesong Industrial Park following the stop of tours of Mt. Kumgang, or the shutdown of the north-south joint liaison office, whose existence only adds to trouble, or the scrapping of the north-south agreement in the military field, which is hardly of any value.

Good faith and reconciliation can never go together with hostility and confrontation.

They must have seen it several times in the world - expectation turning into hopelessness and hope ending in nothing. So they had better do what they should do if they do not want to face the worst phase.

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