Statement of Spokesman for International Department of C.C., WPK
Pyongyang, June 4 (KCNA) — Rodong Sinmun Thursday carried a statement released by a spokesman for the International Department of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) on June 3.
The statement reads as follows:
U.S. State Secretary Pompeo when interviewed by the U.S. media on May 31 termed China an actual threat.
Saying that threat from China stems from the idea of the Communist Party, he reeled off rubbish that the U.S. would work with its partners in the West to make the world of the next century the one of the West where the U.S. “liberal democracy” rules.
It is not the first time that he said nonsense about China over the issues of Hong Kong, Taiwan, human rights and trade disputes.
What should not be overlooked here is that he slandered the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC) over socialism.
Branding the socialism led by the Communist Party as a dictatorship destroying the Western style idea, democracy and view on value, he cried out for building the world of the U.S. and the West free from the rule by the CPC.
His nonsensical remarks indicate the intention to do the same thing to socialism in the DPRK led by the WPK.
Pompeo, who has been deeply engrossed in espionage and plot-breeding against other countries, has become too ignorant to discern where the sun rises and where it sets.
He said that the Communist Party today is different from the one a decade ago, which shows his acknowledgement of socialism getting stronger under the guidance of the Communist Party and that he is nervous over the plight of the U.S. on the downhill side.
Demonstrators enraged by the extreme racists throng even to the White House.
This is the reality in the U.S. today.
American liberalism and democracy put the cap of leftist on the demonstrators and threaten to unleash even dogs for suppression.
Pompeo ought not to have such a pipe dream of undermining the Communist Party and socialism on their long victorious drive as what the successive rulers of the U.S. dreamt.
Originally published by KCNA
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