Muscle of U.S. Is Not All-Powerful: Nigerian Body

Pyongyang, June 28 (KCNA) — The Nigerian National Committee for the Study of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism posted an article titled “Lesson from Korean war: Muscle of U.S. is by no means all-powerful” on its website on June 22.

The article said:
June 25 is the 66th anniversary of the war ignited by the U.S. to invade the DPRK.
The Korean war was a war of aggression unleashed by the U.S., prompted by the doctrine of strength being all-powerful, underestimating the young DPRK.
Its military and technical superiority could not beat the service personnel and people of the DPRK all out, aware of the justice of their cause.
The myth of the U.S. “mightiness” was shattered to smithereens in the Korean war.
The U.S., which bragged it has never sustained a defeat in the history of its wars of aggression, could not but sign the Armistice Agreement little short of a surrender document three years after its provocation of the war.
This was just the outcome of the war it provoked by mobilizing more than 2 million troops including one third of its ground force, one fifth of its air force, most of its Pacific Fleet, troops from its 15 satellite countries, south Korean forces and even remnants of the erstwhile Japanese army.
Far from drawing a lesson from its defeat in the Korean war, the U.S. has resorted to ceaseless moves to ignite another war against the DPRK in the post-war period, too.
Today the Korean nation has become a strong nation that never pardons anyone daring infringe upon its dignity and interests.
In case the U.S. ignites the second Korean war, its land will be engulfed in flames.
The muscle of the U.S. is by no means all-powerful.

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