U.S. Can Never Evade Responsibility for Provoking Korean War

Pyongyang, June 24 (KCNA) — The U.S. imperialists have desperately tried to shift the blame for the outbreak of the Korean war on June 25, 1950, onto the DPRK and justify its war crimes until today, more than half a century after they triggered off the war, says Rodong Sinmun in an article Friday.

The U.S. describes the Korean war as “a sudden event” to create the impression that it “was taken unawares” by someone, the author of the article says, and goes on:

The U.S. imperialists are these days staging exercises of evacuating U.S. army families in south Korea coupled with war games against the north. This is the repetition of the family evacuation din kicked up just before the U.S. launched the Korean war. Such a thing can be seen only on the eve of a war.

Another proof that the Korean war was not “a sudden event” for the U.S. is found in the fact that it had worked out beforehand a draft resolution on the invasion of the south by the north to be submitted to the United Nations. The U.S. lodged a complaint against the “invasion of the south by the north Korean army” as it had planned and dragged troops of 15 satellite states beside the south Korean forces into the war of aggression against the DPRK.

The move of the U.S. forces in Japan on the eve of the war vividly unveils the true colors of those who provoked the Korean war. They busily ran about to leave nothing incomplete in the preparations for the Korean war.

Robert, head of the U.S. military advisory group, who was dismissed from his post and called back home in the first half of June, 1950, at a press conference in San Francisco confessed that the story of north Korea’s preparations for a war was an utterly groundless rumor.

No matter what jugglery the U.S. may try to cover up its true colors as the provoker of the Korean war, reversing black and white, it will not get it anywhere.

If the U.S. imperialist warhawks start another war of aggression in this land, oblivious of the lesson of their bitter defeat in the last Korean war, they will perish in its flame never to come back to life.

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