N. Korea calls S. Korea’s president a whore, Obama her pimp

Kim Jung-un

Newscast Media SEOUL—The North Korean government of President Kim Jung-un has
lashed out at South Korea’s President Park Geun-hye for hosting Obama on his
diplomatic Asian tour. In its usual colorful language, North Korea did not mince
words about what it felt about Obama’s visit.

The statement in part read: “What Park did before Obama this time reminds one of an
indiscreet girl who earnestly begs a gangster to beat someone or a capricious whore
who asks her fancy man [pimp] to do harm to other person while providing sex to him.

Through her ugly behavior Park answered with a war the question put by the DPRK if
she wants peaceful reunification based on the inter-Korean reconciliation or a war
through the confrontation of the social systems, and fully revealed that her policy of
“confidence- building process” is just the same policy of confrontation as that
pursued by traitor Lee Myung Bak.

She fully met the demands of her master for aggression, keeping mum about the
nukes of the U.S. and desperately finding fault with fellow countrymen in the north
over their nukes. She thus laid bare her despicable true colors as a wicked sycophant
and traitor, a dirty comfort woman for the U.S. and despicable prostitute selling off
the nation.

She visited together with Obama even the “south Korea-U.S. combined forces
command” for the first time as a puppet chief executive and went off confrontation
hysteria, crying out for “deterrence against the north” and “resolutely countering
provocation from it.” She even donned a dress unfit for the atmosphere of the
mourner’s house in the wake of the big tragedy and embarrassedly flattered Obama in
a bid to please him, sparking off uproar.

The anti-DPRK charade staged by Obama and his servant became a laughing stock of
world people as it was nothing but an odd burlesque rare to be found in the world.
She is steeped in sycophancy and treachery and confrontation with compatriots in
the north. Her preoccupation is to realize the dream of confrontation of the social
systems…”

The verbal assault ended with North Korea suggesting that Park may even be
assassinated.

South Korea’s Unification Ministry criticized the statement, calling the words immoral
and unacceptable.

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