The cold war propaganda against North Korea has the aim to make American billionaires richer

Western billionaires got pain in the ass because there is socialism in this world i.e. the system where billionaires can’t exploit people and resources. Therefore, American and South Korean politicians continue to make the cold war in Asia, with the aim to abolish socialism, i.e. expand the market for billionaires. To make rich people richer, they produce propaganda and war against socialist North Korea. These days, we can see a lot of South Korean and American war propaganda against North Korea. Nobody published what says the other side. Here is the copy paste news from the North Korean News agency called Uriminzokkiri (Among Our Nation).

We should not forget that the whole case can be fabricated by the CIA to make propaganda against North Korea. The CIA and South Koreans could kill Jong-nam in the ambulance at the airport, they could poison him after he asked for help. Then, they could blame North Korea for that. It was strange that a girl could poison him with a spray without to poison herself. Malaysian police said after autopsy that toxic liquid nerve agent VX was used to kill Kim Jong-nam. Raymond Zilinskas, who directs the chemical and biological nonproliferation programme in California, said it seemed unlikely that VX was applied directly to Kim. “Even if they [the suspected attackers] were wearing gloves, the fumes would have killed them,” he said. Malaysian police also published information that he died from poison before they made autopsy and politicians started to confront with North Korea, maybe the CIA is behind them, it is hard to believe that their secret service didn’t know if some murder is planned, arrested Siti Aisyah is Indonesian but her boyfriend is Malaysian and he is released on bail (Muhammad Farid bin Jalaluddin). Second arrested girl is Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong. The only Korean arrested was one who worked in IT company in Malaysia, possibly they found his name on the girl’s phones, they don’t have any proof against him.

In the case that North Korea really killed him, it is possible only in the case that he became a traitor and if he had a type of life that is forbidden in North Korea: gambling, drinking, drugs, getting kids with more wives, etc. But again, they would tolerate his type of life outside of North Korea as long as he didn’t become a traitor. Maybe South Koreans spoke with him in Macau, where Chinese spies had control over his life. South Koreans and American could misuse him against his brother. Chinese spies could inform North Korea if Jong-nam spoke with South Koreans, but the Chinese didn’t want that he get killed in Chinese territory. Of course, it would be shame to publish if he became a traitor, he is a half-brother of the Kim Jong-un, they have the same father, therefore, North Koreans would never explain publicly why they killed him. In any case, it is all theoretical speculation without proof, here is what North Korean news agency published.

Malaysian Side’s Unfriendly Attitude Hit Out

A citizen of the DPRK bearing a diplomatic passport suddenly fell into a state of shock before boarding an airliner and died on the way to a hospital in Malaysia on February 13.
At that time the Foreign Ministry of Malaysia and the hospital side informed the DPRK Embassy in Kuala Lumpur exercising the right to consular protection of DPRK citizens that they confirmed he died of heart stroke and decided to transfer his body to the embassy and get it cremated.
So the DPRK Embassy confirmed his identity and asked the Malaysian side to transfer his body.
However, no sooner had south Korean conservative media published a false report that he was “poisoned to death”, citing it as a “source from the government” that night, than the Malaysian secret police got involved in the case and recklessly made it an established fact, only to make matters complicated.
The DPRK Embassy made it clear that autopsy is not necessary as his death had already been confirmed as the one due to heart stroke and autopsy should never be done as he enjoyed extraterritorial right according to the Vienna Convention as a carrier of diplomatic passport.
Nevertheless, the Malaysian side, in disregard of the DPRK’s just demand and international law, made an autopsy of the body without any prior agreement with the DPRK side and its presence. Moreover, the Malaysian side clamoured for the second autopsy without making the results of the first autopsy.
A spokesman for the Korean Jurists Committee in a statement on February 22 termed this undisguised encroachment upon the sovereignty of the DPRK, a wanton human rights abuse and an act contrary to human ethics and morality.
The statement said:
What merits more serious attention is the fact that the unjust acts of the Malaysian side are timed to coincide with the anti-DPRK conspiratorial racket launched by the south Korean authorities.
Conservative media of south Korea began spreading wild rumours that the DPRK citizen was “poisoned to death by two women agents of the General Reconnaissance Bureau of north Korea” and it is undoubtedly its “deed” before the results of the autopsy were published.
On February 14, a day after his death, the Blue House of south Korea kicked up a fuss over it and the south Korean authorities were busy holding a ministerial meeting on February 16, showing an excessive response. Moreover, they openly discussed the issue of THAAD deployment though it has nothing to do with the death of a DPRK citizen.
This proves that the south Korean authorities has long expected the case since it worked out a scenario for it.
It is, indeed, regretful that only Malaysia is denying such fact.
The biggest responsibility for his death rests with the government of Malaysia as the citizen of the DPRK died in its land.
The unfriendly attitude of the Malaysian side found a more striking manifestation in the matter of transferring his body to the DPRK side.
Malaysia is obliged to hand his body over to the DPRK side as it made an autopsy and forensic examination of it in an illegal and immoral manner. However, it has not yet handed over the body under an absurd pretext that it cannot do so unless the family of the deceased presents a DNA sample in accordance with its law.
This proves that the Malaysian side is going to politicize the transfer of the body in utter disregard of international law and morality and thus attain a sinister purpose.
In the early days when the incident happened Malaysia widely publicized that it arrested suspected persons but now keeps mum about it.
What sounds more alarming is that the suspected persons allegedly stated that the DPRK citizen was poisoned to death when “oil-like lotion was put on his head with their hands.” That means the woman survived even after having poison on her hand while leaving only the poisoned man dead.
The DPRK has already proposed a joint investigation for properly probing the incident and clarified that it is ready to dispatch a delegation of its jurists.
Its aim is to meet the suspected persons and hear their statements, confirm who ordered them and meet the arrested citizen and survey in detail the scene of the incident and its video footage and thus conclude the investigation into the incident in a fair way.
The DPRK will never allow any attempt to tarnish the image of the dignified power of independence and nuclear weapons state but make a thorough probe into the truth behind the case.
It will watch the future attitude of the Malaysian side.
KCNA