Korea: Outrage over arrest of Ro Su Hui
Pyongyang, July 7 (KCNA) — The Lee Myung Bak regime of south Korea arrested Ro Su Hui, vice-chairman of the South Headquarters of the National Alliance for Korea’s Reunification (Pomminryon), on Thursday when he crossed over the Demarcation Line in Panmunjom after visiting Pyongyang.
The arrest has pushed the people in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea into fury.
Heard from different parts of the country are roar of anger shouting “There’s no ground for Ro Su Hui to be detained” and “Set free Ro Sui Hui, a reunification champion, at once”.
Ko Chang Hyok, an old man living in Taedonggang District, Pyongyang, told KCNA:
“Watching TV, I was enraged at south Korean hooligans forcibly taking away the vice-chairman.
Rat-like Lee Myung Bak, mad with confrontation with fellow countrymen, will be mercilessly punished by the pro-reunification patriots.”
Kim Song, living in Rangnang District, Pyongyang, said:
“I saw off in tears Mr. Ro Su Hui in front of the Three Charters for National Reunification Memorial Tower.
He deserves to be praised by the nation for his just deed for national reunification.
It is none other than the Lee group that should face a stern punishment by the nation because it leveled gun at the fellow countrymen in mourning over the great national loss and barred south Koreans’ condolence visit to Pyongyang.”
A student at Kim Il Sung University, Jong Myong Son, said:
“The Lee Myung Bak group’s barbaric act of abusing human rights touched off resentment among us students.
Now I am eager to wipe out this group of gangsters to the last one.”