Friday, December 30, 2011

North Korea Warns The South And Its Allies - 30th Dec 2011

North Korea has warned South Korea and its allies the communist nation will not change course following the death of leader Kim Jong-il.

The first official message since Kim Jong-il's son, Kim Jong-un, was declared as the reclusive country's "supreme leader" was issued by the National Defence Commission, the top governing body under the previous leader.

According to the state news agency, the commission said: "On this occasion, we solemnly declare with confidence that foolish politicians around the world including the puppet forces in South Korea should not expect any changes from us.

"We will never deal with the traitor group of Lee Myung-bak."

The South Korean government under President Lee Myung-bak has pursued a hardline stance against its northern neighbour, ending his predecessors policy of engagement and no-strings-attached aid.

The commission said the "evil misdeeds" of the Lee administration reached a peak when it prevented South Koreans from visiting North Korea to pay respects to Kim Jong Il, except for two delegations led by a former first lady and a business leader, both of whose husbands had ties to North Korea. Read More