Rodong Sinmun on brutalities of GI’s in S. Korea

Pyongyang, February 5 (KCNA) — Rodong Sinmun today comments on brutalities of U.S. soldiers in South Korea that have taken place in succession in the New Year, too.

Some time ago, a soldier of the 473rd field backup company of the U.S. army killed a bar woman in Uijongbu, Kyonggi Province, before setting the bar on fire to conceal his crime. Earlier, four drunken soldiers of the U.S. second division committed a group assault on a passenger in a Seoul-bound train.
The news analyst of the paper says:
The continuous crimes and outrages of U.S. soldiers in South Korea are neither accidents nor individual events.
They are an inevitable outcome of the U.S. military occupation and colonial rule over South Korea. They are motivated by the disposition of Yankees imbued with misanthropy, racial contempt and chauvinism and given to murder and violence.
The point is that these atrocities are encouraged by the sycophantic traitors who remain indifferent to national sovereignty and dignity and live on services for aggressor forces.
The pro-American traitor Kim Young Sam provides the occupationists with extraterritorial status and defends criminals of the u.s. Army so that they can engage in murder, plunder and violence without hesitation.
Facts show that unless the traitors such as Kim Young Sam are removed, the outrages of aggressors cannot be eliminated nor can the South Korean people avoid bloodshed and death.

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