Triumph of justice and defeat of injustice inevitabilities of history
Date: 14/02/2017 | Source: Pyongyang Times | Read original version at source
The candlelight lifted up by over 10 million people in south Korea last year was just the active volcano burning up injustice.
Park Geun Hye was not a female but a viper in the skin of human.
Her outrage for the revival of Yushin dictatorship has reduced the whole of south Korea to a veritable hell. Last year’s world-astonishing political scandal in which Park Geun Hye and Choe Sun Sil abused governance and a series of frauds by authorities fully revealed the true colours of Park’s conservative group as a large ring of criminals and anti-people aggregate. It was also Park who cut the last lifeline of inter-Korean relations and went wild to bring nuclear holocaust to the nation in defiance of the aspirations of the fellow countrymen for peace and reunification. Felling for the novice shaman’s speculation that “the north will collapse in 2017 or 2018”, she put forward the ludicrous “trust-building process in the Korean peninsula” as the north policy and idled away time while pinning her hopes on the scenario of “unification by absorption”, thereby committing the worst, indelible crime.
The tragic end of her regime suggests that whoever goes against the righteous public sentiment, oblivious of the basic mission of politics that should follow public sentiment, will be plunged into the abyss of ruin.
When the waves of candlelight were going to engulf the Blue House whole in south Korea, a miserable sight of Obama leaving the White House was unfolded in the US.
His domestic and foreign policies were the butt of criticism of the world as well as the US. The outcome of his Korean policy was more desperate.
As he recklessly pursued isolation and stifling of the DPRK and nuclear threat against it under the signboard of “strategic patience”, he brought about the self-destructive consequence of plunging the mainland US into the range of nuclear strike of Songun Korea. And the heinous US moves to isolate and strangle the DPRK rather galvanized its army and people into retaliation and self-development so that they could build up their ability to launch preemptive nuclear strike on the US mainland.
Ignorance of opponent makes one lost in wild fancy.
The US had better scrap its anachronistic policy of hostility toward the DPRK and reestablish its relationship with the latter as early as possible. A wise statesman would convert the armistice system in the Korean peninsula into a peace mechanism to remove the leftover from the Cold War era, and withdraw the aggressive US troops from south Korea in a show of efforts to ensure peace in the region.
These days a diplomatic row is rising in Northeast Asia in pursuit of respective national interests.
The new Trump administration in the US is openly revealing its wild ambition to dominate the Asia-Pacific, while Japan is making persistent attempts to realize the old dream of the “Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere” under the deceptive signboards of “proactive pacifism” and “international cooperation”. Other neighbouring powers are taking unyielding counteractions, not remaining onlooker, as the strategic equilibrium in Northeast Asia is being upset by the US and their national interests are being encroached on. Under such a fluctuating and suddenly changing situation, south Korea is being beaten by all to pulp. As recognized by the world, it is a colony under complete control of the US. No country will get anything from keeping company with the puppet regime of the US.
The reality demonstrates once again that imperialist reactionary forces remain unchanged in their aggressive nature and ambition and they are becoming ever wicked with the passage of time.
Compromise with injustice only entails bitter consequences.
Everyone should not forget the bygones and never neglect precious traditions established at the cost of blood.
Justice remains justice. It is not denounced as injustice for the reason that a small nation asserts it. And injustice does by no means become justice for the reason that a big nation dictates.
Desperate attempts of injustice always evoke retaliatory response of justice.
As long as the US and its vassal forces intensify the moves to isolate and stifle the DPRK and nuclear war threat against it, the latter will further bolster up its nuclear force to mercilessly smash them, and the great Paektusan nation will shine as the champion of justice in the world.
This is the excerpt from an article Kim Myong Chol posted on February 14 in Rodong Sinmun, organ of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea