Depending on foreign forces is an anti-reunification criminal act
The movement for reunification of Korea is the patriotic movement of the nation as the driving force to reject the interference and obstructions by foreign forces and independently achieve the reunification of the country by the Korean nation itself. The south Korean authorities¡¯ sycophancy toward the US and dependence on foreign forces are throwing a grave hurdle in the way of reunification.
Dependence on the outside forces will never settle the country¡¯s reunification issue at any time.
The dependence of the sycophantic traitors of south Korea on foreign forces is the crime against the reunification little short of checking the cause of Korean nation for the independent reunification, intensifying confrontation between the north and the south and perpetuating the national division.
It is the history of the Korean nation that sycophancy and dependence on foreign forces lead to ruin not national development. The Korean nation lost its country and experienced disgraceful fate of slavery in the early period of the last century owing to the feudal rulers attitude towards sycophancy and dependence on foreign forces. Sycophancy and dependence on foreign forces should be rejected if a nation should maintain its existence and achieve development.
The division of the Korean nation is a tragedy produced by the US ambition to dominate Korea in every way.
The US hatched a plot to make the Korean Peninsula a springboard for the realization of its strategy to dominate the world. It, therefore, occupied south Korea militarily and subjugated it politically, militarily and economically, thus bisecting the nation and territory into the north and the south. It has since then pursued the perpetuation of the division while swimming against the desire of the Korean nation for the independent reunification for more than six decades.
The history of the arduous movement for the national reunification clearly proves that to put an end to the national division and achieve the national reunification the Korean people should thoroughly smash the south Korean authorities¡¯ dependence on foreign forces while struggling against the foreign forces¡¯ policy for the national division and their interference in the reunification issue. The US is the ringleader of the national division and disturber of Korea¡¯s reunification
The successive anti-reunification forces, that have pursued sycophancy and dependence on foreign forces, have hindered the movement for independent reunification, denying national independence by the instigation of the US.
Soon after taking power the Lee Myug-bak regime of south Korea has worked hard to intensify dependence on foreign forces and strengthen cooperation with them in disregard of the June 15 joint declaration and the October 4 declaration which clarify the way of the nation for the independent reunification.
They are calling for ¡°strengthened traditional ties¡± with the US and the ¡°new cooperative relations¡± with Japan while openly slandering the inter-Korean declarations, programs for the independent reunification of the nation, and opposing them. They have accelerated the moves to establish the treacherous ¡°tripartite military alliance¡± with the US and Japan.
The foolish moves of the Lee regime aimed at achieving the sinister purpose in conspiracy with foreign forces with its back turned on the nation have pushed the north-south relations to catastrophe and strained the military tension on the Korean Peninsula.
Depending on foreign forces will never help the Korean people settle the national issue and avoid the escalation of confrontation and the perpetuating of division and, furthermore, a war.
To tide over the crisis and settle the issue of the national reunification, dependence on foreign forces for aggression against the reunification should be definitely put an end to in south Korea.
The Korean nation should accelerate the struggle to realize independent reunification, peace and prosperity with the concerted efforts of the nation, frustrating the Lee regime¡¯s dependence on outside forces.