The National Reunification Institute issued an indictment Thursday to disclose the sordid nature of the "security" racket and the row about "forces following the north" kicked up by the south Korean group of conservatives to prolong their remaining days and realize the ambition to come to power again.
Clarifying that the "security" racket by the south Korean group of conservatives is a farce to seize and maintain power, the indictment said:
Whenever election came at hand in south Korea, there were created "security unrest."
"Ancestor of conservatives" Syngman-Rhee was the first player of the "security" farce who ignited the war of aggression against the north while crying out for "unification by prevailing over communism" in order to tide over the power crisis. Traitor Park Chung-Hee tried hard to stay in power for long through frantic "security" racket. The Chun Doo Hwan military junta proclaimed "Emergency Martial Law" across south Korea and carried out May 17 fascist violence while vociferating about "southward invasion by the north".
The group of conservatives kicked up "security" rackets at times of puppet presidential elections in order to let Roh Tae Woo, Kim Young Sam, Lee Hoe Chang and Park Geun Hye rise to power.
The racket of "nuclear and missile threats from the north" became the height of the "security" farce resorted by the south Korean group of conservatives.
The racket of "northward wind" and row about "followers of the north" waged by the group of conservatives have earned an ill fame as south Korean-version of "McCarthyism" from long ago.
Syngman-Rhee clique brutally suppressed and massacred his political rivals, charging them with "tolerating communism" and "spying."
The Park Chung-Hee military fascist clique set it as a "state line" to persist in anti-communism and pursued heinous suppressible politics backed by intelligence. It eliminated anyone who was opposed to its stay in power by branding him or her as a "pro-communist element."
Traitor Chun Doo Hwan, in a sinister bid to realize his wild ambition for power, cruelly suppressed Kim Dae Jung branding him as the very one behind the Kwangju Popular Uprising and a "communist."
The conservative group fabricated the case of a letter of O Ik Je to help Lee Hoe Chang win "presidential" elections.
The "Saenuri Party"-led conservative group kicked up a conspiratorial racket over the minutes of the north-south summit in 2007 and ran the whole gamut of fraud and swindle by mobilizing the intelligence service to help traitor Park Geun Hye win the 18th-term "presidential" election in December 2012.
The conservative group, which has been driven to the tight corner rejected by the people, again makes desperate efforts to come back to power by winning in the forthcoming "presidential" election with the racket of "security" and row about "followers of the north", the indictment noted, and went on to say:
Gone are days never to return when they maintained the fascist power by the racket of "security" and row about "followers of the north".
It is proved by the miserable end of traitor Park Geun Hye who has been imprisoned after vociferating about "threats and provocations from the north".
The south Korean people from all walks of life should clearly see the sordid nature of the frantic confrontation rackets of the conservative group ahead of the "presidential" election and mete out a severe punishment to the group of traitors going against the trend of the times and desire of the nation.