U.S. troops’ training to put down anti-American demos

Pyongyang, January 28 (KCNA) — Some 200 u.s. military policemen in South Korea staged a training to put down anti-American demonstrations at the military base of the U.S. aggression forces in North Kyongsang Province on January 24, according to a radio report from Seoul.

This is the first of its kind that they openly held.
Some 40 Katusa soldiers played a role of demonstrators, shouting “U.S. troops, go home” and the U.S. MPs staged a training to put down demonstrations, wielding clubs against them with shields in hand.
The fact shows that the U.S. aggressors plan to mobilize even their forces in the crackdown upon South Korean people if necessary, upset by the anti-American feelings growing in south korea whose economy is under trusteeship by the international monetary fund wirepulled by the United States.

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