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U.S. Forces’ Presence in S. Korea under Fire

Pyongyang, September 8 (KCNA) — A spokesman for the National Peace Committee of Korea Friday released a statement after a lapse of 72 years since the U.S. imperialists’ occupation of south Korea.

The statement said:
To look upon the past, no nation in the world has suffered from misfortune of national and territorial division by outside forces for a long period spanning over half a century as the Korean nation.
Under the mask of “liberator and protector” the U.S. illegally occupied south Korea and from the first day it revealed its nature as outrageous aggressor, beast and gangster.
Immeasurable are blood and tears the south Korean people shed under the occupation of the U.S. imperialists obsessed with extreme arrogance, shamelessness and brutality.
70 odd year-long history of the U.S. imperialists’ presence in south Korea is the crime-woven history in which they imposed intolerable misfortune and pain upon all the Koreans including those in south Korea.
The history and reality go to prove that the U.S. is the chief culprit blocking concord and reunification of the Korean nation, the chieftain bringing the danger of a nuclear war to the Korean peninsula and the root cause of all disgrace and disaster of the south Korean people.
Invariable is the aggressive ambition of the U.S. to dominate Asia and the rest of the world by swallowing up the whole Korean peninsula.
The Korean nation including south Koreans can never get rid of misfortune and disaster as long as there continues the U.S. forces’ presence and colonial domination of south Korea and the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK.
The Korean nation can no longer tolerate the misfortune and pain caused by the U.S. imperialists’ presence in south Korea.
The south Korean puppet forces should clearly remember that they can not evade the sternest punishment of history should they continue to submit to the U.S. while asking for the U.S. imperialist aggressor forces’ permanent presence in south Korea against the desire of the nation for independence.

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