Saturday, July 17, 2010

AINDF Denounces US Moves for Another Korean War-KCNA

AINDF Denounces US Moves for Another Korean War

Pyongyang, July 13 (KCNA) -- The Information Department of the Central Committee of the Anti-Imperialist National Democratic Front on July 7 released an indictment denouncing the U.S. for working hard to conceal its true colors as the provocateur of the June 25 war and ignite another war of aggression against the DPRK, according to Internet site Kuguk Jonson.

The indictment cited facts to prove that the U.S. provoked the June 25 war and brought unbearable misfortune and calamities to the Koreans by employing the most cruel means and methods in the world history of wars.

The U.S. has invariably pursued the policy toward the Korean Peninsula to militarily occupy the northern half of Korea while keeping hold on south Korea as its military base for aggression, far from quitting this land after drawing a due lesson from the disgraceful defeat it suffered in the June 25 war, the indictment said, and went on:

The U.S. brought together in Washington representatives of its satellite states which dispatched their mercenaries to the Korean war on July 27, 1953 when the Armistice Agreement was signed, forcing them to conclude a "declaration of 16 states" in which they promised to hurl troops and military hardware into the operation for invading the DPRK to be conducted again.

It came out with a "renewed policy" for the purpose of recovering from its defeat in the war and newly attempting an aggression against the DPRK at the National Security Council held in the middle of December in 1953 and put it into a concrete shape to produce the notorious strategy which calls for directing the spearhead of aggression bigger than the preceding one with massive retaliatory force based on the nuclear superiority before the strength of the Asian countries including the DPRK grows stronger.

According to this brigandish war doctrine, the U.S. turned south Korea into a logistic base for waging a nuclear war against the DPRK.

The U.S. has steadily amended, supplemented and completed the above-said provocative war scenario and staged saber-rattling almost every day, rendering the situation tense and increasing the danger of a war.

It has made desperate efforts to dampen the desire for the reunification by a conspiratorial method whenever this desire grew stronger on the Korean Peninsula.

When the historic Pyongyang meeting took place and the June 15 joint declaration was published in 2000, the U.S. worked hard to turn the June 15 era of independent reunification into that of confrontation and push it to the phase of a war.

Lee Myung Bak, a heinous pro-U.S. and sycophantic traitor, "won" the 2007 "presidential election". This was a product of the persistent and mean plots of the U.S. to put an end to the June 15 era.

By recently faking up the case of warship "Cheonan" sinking the U.S. drove the situation on the Korean Peninsula to the brink of a war.

Under the pretext of the warship case the U.S. overturned an agreement on the "transfer of wartime operation control (OPCON)" in 2012 on which it made, pressurized by the south Koreans' fierce struggle for independence against the U.S. and thus revealed its wicked intention to permanently hold the right to command the "ROK army."

The situation prevailing on the Korean Peninsula reminds one of that six decades ago when the U.S. provoked the war of aggression against the DPRK by instigating traitor Syngman Rhee and massively hurled troops of its allies into the war under the name of the UN.

The Korean nation can neither live in peace even a moment nor escape nuclear disaster as long as the U.S. imperialist aggressor forces are present in south Korea, the indictment said, and continued:

If the U.S. imperialists provoke a war of aggression against the DPRK again, the people in south Korea will turn out as one in a sacred just and patriotic struggle to build a reunified country alongside the brothers and sisters in the north out to defend the country in order to protect the honor of the nation.