Wednesday, October 22, 2003


In other words, name calling.

Don't you just wish North Korea could see just how silly they look to the rest of the world?
North Korea took a fresh swipe at South Korea on Wednesday for agreeing to send more troops to Iraq, saying it was a dastardly act that would turn South Koreans into ''bullet shields'' and should be reversed unconditionally...

On Tuesday, the communist North's youth league denounced Seoul as a ''flunkeyist'' traitor, urged South Koreans to protest against the move and told them to vote against parliamentarians who back the decision.

The North's communist party daily, Rodong Sinmun, followed up on Wednesday with an equally hard-hitting commentary published in English by the official KNCA news agency.
'Traitors who betrayed the nation offering great many fellow countrymen as cannon fodder of the U.S. war of aggression obsessed with greed for power and dependence on outsiders and dirty political swindlers will never be able to go scot-free,'' the newspaper said.

KCNA quoted the commentary as saying the South Korean authorities should ''ponder over the grave consequences to be entailed by the additional troop dispatch and unconditionally withdraw the wrong anti-national decision.''


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