DPRK Blames South Korean President, Park Geun-hye’s ‘Venomous Swish Of Skirt’ For Conflict

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Fatimah Mazhar
Amid escalating tensions between Democratic Peoples’ Republic Of Korea and South Korea one couldn’t have expected something like this from a country which is determined to launch a nuclear attack on two countries at once.

Park Geun-hye

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Amid escalating tensions between Democratic Peoples’ Republic Of Korea and South Korea one couldn’t have expected something like this from a country which is determined to launch a nuclear attack on two countries at once.

The body that controls the military of North Korea said on Wednesday that the reason behind the possibility of a nuclear war between the two conflicting countries is the ‘venomous swish’ of Park Geun-hye’s skirt.

SPRK, for the very first time made an official statement referring to the newly elected South Korean president and it turned out to be nothing but a sexist remark. (So much for the nuclear attack threats!)

Yet, Park Geun-hye intends to carry on with her campaign to reach out to North Korea and send them the much-needed humanitarian. She has vowed to connect with DPRK’s young leader Kim Jong-Un and resolve the issues plaguing both the countries. During the past few months, tensions between the two countries have risen to such an extent that both sides are on the verge of engaging in a nuclear war.

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The sexist slur ‘Swish of the Skirt’ (or chima baram) used by the North Korean military body is basically a derogatory term used for women who are too bossy or dominating. There have been many jabs thrown at the South Korean president by the North Korean propaganda machine during her presidential campaign as well.

North Korea should know that their recent statement will not help it to restore its ‘warmongering’ image. Park Geun-hye wants to have peaceful talks with Kim Jong-Un, and this statement only proves that DPRK is not interested. Blaming a woman’s attitude (or skirt if the statement is taken literally), is certainly not going to help North Korea win a nuclear war or hearts for that matter.

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