calendar>> March 6. 2014 Juche 103
It Is Hard to Tame Wolf: Tamer
Pyongyang, March 6 (KCNA) -- U.S. Secretary of State Kerry's recent mud-slinging at the DPRK touches off towering hatred and resentment among Koreans, said Ma Hye Song, tamer at the National Circus.

Ma noted:

One must understand what the U.S. is like if one is to know the reason why it is running so desperate with repugnance towards the DPRK like a psychopath.

People pay attention to the fact that lots of hills and valleys in the land of the U.S. are good habitats for wolves. Probably, Kerry must have wolf-like disposition as he grew up under their influence.

Great irony is that Kerry branded the DPRK as "a cruel country, wicked and evil place."

The U.S., watching for a chance to hurt others, is letting loose so malignant invectives in a bid to persistently bar the DPRK from having access to nuclear weapons and launching rockets. This was prompted by its vicious attempt to reduce the DPRK to a dehorned sheep.

Americans' groundless mud-slinging at the DPRK only revealed their mean way of thinking and personality once again.

Looking back on history, people have tamed all creatures including dolphin, goat, pig, tiger and lion.

However, there is no one who has ever tamed brutal, cruel and blood-thirsty wolves. There will no one in the future, too.

If a wolf loses taste of blood and eats grass, imitating moo of sheep, then it will not be a wolf any longer.

A club is fit for a mad wolf and arms fit for the wolf-like U.S. imperialists.

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