Thursday, June 24, 2010

US, Provoker of Korean War-KCNA

US, Provoker of Korean War

Pyongyang, June 22 (KCNA) -- The U.S. imperialists instigated the Syngman Rhee puppet clique of South Korea to start a war in Korea on June 25, 1950.

Though sixty years has passed since then, their crime against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea has still remained in the memory of the Korean people.

The Korean war was an extension and infallible results of their foreign policy of aggression.

For the United States, the Korean Peninsula was a bridgehead for aggression on the continent.

It, in a bid to dominate the whole of Korea, sent warmongers to south Korea to grasp its political and military situation before setting up a pro-U.S. puppet government in south Korea and making preparations for an aggressive war.

The U.S. imperialists stepped up the construction of military roads, airfields and naval ports in south Korea, beefing up the armed forces of aggression.

They forward-deployed all the armed forces in south Korea in many offensive positions along the 38th parallel. They also kept aircraft carriers and large bombers ready for action from the U.S. mainland and the Far East.

After making such preparations, they launched a surprise invasion of the DPRK.

The DPRK, which had been vibrant with peaceful construction and a new life since the liberation of the country, was enveloped in flames of war.

Nevertheless, the U.S. imperialists have tried hard to veil their true colors as the war provoker, but to no effect.

All the historical facts show that it is the U.S. imperialists who unleashed the war in Korea and that the United States can never escape from the responsibility.