Removal of McArthur’s Statue Urged

Pyongyang, August 3 (KCNA) — The statue of McArthur at “Park of Freedom” in Inchon of south Korea should be destroyed, says Minju Joson today in a commentary.

It is quite natural that the south Korean people have turned out in the campaign to remove the statue, the commentary notes, and goes on:

Their will for its removal is unshakable. As they have contended, in Korea there is no place for a disgusting statue of an aggressor but for statues of famous patriotic generals and personages.

It is a shame of the nation that the statue of McArthur, a chieftain of aggression, remains in south Korea until now, the era of reunification after the publication of the June 15 joint declaration. This shame can be cleared away only when the statue is blasted away and the U.S. troops driven out of south Korea.

The south Korean people will wage a more vigorous anti-U.S. struggle in an organized and massive way, despite the desperate efforts of the pro-American flunkeyist traitors, and remove the statue at any cost and drive the U.S. troops out of south Korea.

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