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North Korea claims South waging “psychological warfare” against DPRK


This news story was published on December 25, 2012.
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Pyongyang, (KCNA) — The Defense Ministry of south Korea on Dec. 20 announced its plan to keep the lamp atop Aegibong in Kimpho City turned on from Dec. 22 this year to Jan. 2 next year as requested by a religious organization.

Minju Joson on Sunday obverses in a bylined commentary in this regard:

This is another psychological warfare against the DPRK which can never be tolerated.

The above-said plan is nothing but a crafty artifice to escape public criticism at home and abroad.

What merits serious attention is that the Lee Myung Bak group of traitors is hurling the marine corps into the area along the Military Demarcation Line, making much fuss over “provocation from the north” and crying out for “strengthened posture to cope with it” like a thief crying “Stop the thief!”. This is escalating the tension there.

No one can vouch in the light of what the Lee group is now doing that it will not orchestrate a shocking incident at the year-end.

All facts prove that the Lee group, hit hard from all sides, is making last-ditch efforts to seek a way out in escalating the confrontation with fellow countrymen.

The army and people of the DPRK will not remain a passive onlooker to the psychological warfare of the Lee group aimed to bedevil the inter-Korean relations, not content with bringing the relations to collapse during its office.

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