Pyongyang, November 12 (KCNA) — The U.S. armed spy ship “Pueblo” is visited by an increasing number of people every day.
The ship was captured by seamen of the Korean People’s Army on January 23, Juche 57 (1968).
This is evidence proving the history of the U.S.’s aggression against Korea.
Over 400,000 people from all walks of life have visited the ship for five years since it was open to public inspection in June, Juche 83 (1994). It was brought to Pyongyang from Wonsan and is now anchored in the River Taedong just in front of the monument to the sinking of the U.S. pirate ship “General Sherman.”
The hearts of the visitors are burning with hatred against the U.S. aggressors and the determination to take revenge upon them.
Ri Tong Sop, a collier of the Kujang United Coal Mine, said that if the U.S. invade this land again, oblivious of the lesson in the past, the Korean people will not pardon them but throw them into the sea to the last one.
Ri Hung Gyong, a member of the Kuup co-op farm, Thongchon county, Kangwon Province, said: It seems that the yankees who were hit hard by the capture of “Pueblo,” have not yet come to their senses. The U.S. should stop acting rashly, aware that our strike is merciless, he added.
Kim Song Il, an officer of the KPA, had this to say: “At that time only one spy ship was captured but in future, the whole land of the U.S. will be destroyed if it invades us again.”
Foreign delegations on visit to our country are invited to see “Pueblo.”
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