Saturday, 8 April 2017
KCNA Commentary Snipes at German FM's Reckless Tongue-lashing
Pyongyang, April 8 (KCNA) -- The German foreign minister at a home press interview on Wednesday hurled mud at the DPRK, according to media reports.
Crying out for tightening sanctions against the DPRK as it refuses to comply with the "resolutions" of the UN Security Council, the foreign minister let out a string of rubbish that the misanthropic Pyongyang regime is suppressing north Korean citizens in the cruelest manner and the irresponsible politics of Pyongyang goes against international law to threaten peace and security of the world beyond region.
Such outbursts are not suitable for the foreign minister of a country. It seems that the German foreign minister is so ignorant of the DPRK that he was utterly reckless with his words.
If the foreign minister of a country wants to speak about other country, he should have at least elementary knowledge about that country in order not to be seized with prejudice in his comment.
The socialist system in the DPRK is the most advantageous system in the world which regards human beings as the most valuable existence and makes everything serve the popular masses.
The DPRK regards the improvement of the standard of people's living as the supreme principle of its state activities. It is the consistent political mode of its party and state to devotedly serve the people.
The people in the DPRK are free from taxes, doctor's fee and tuition and there are no jobless people in the DPRK. Such fact is something unbelievable in the West plagued by false propaganda against the DPRK.
Everyone remembers that the "misanthropic regime" touted by the German foreign minister once existed in Germany.
His call for slapping harsher sanctions by following the U.S. moves to isolate and stifle the DPRK cannot be construed otherwise than a paradox calling for threatening the existence and life of the Korean people.
He seemed to echo outbursts of the U.S. conservative politicians without his own objective and fair-minded understanding and view. Such behavior is not suitable for his position as the foreign minister of a European power.
He had better see for himself what is going on in the world through a foreign tour, not revealing his ignorance through his reckless tongue-lashing. -0-