Anti-U.S., Anti-War Actions Get Stronger in S. Korea

Pyongyang, November 7 (KCNA) — Public actions are getting stronger in south Korea against war maniac Trump’s visit to south Korea and the U.S. moves of aggression.

Mass meetings were reportedly held across south Korea under the sponsorship of the No-Trump Joint Action on Nov. 4. Many civic and social organizations sponsored a rally in Seoul on Nov. 5 in protest against the U.S. moves for igniting a war.
Speakers said the situation on the Korean peninsula has reached the worst-ever phase due to Trump’s racket for a nuclear war.
Noting south Korea will be reduced to ashes once a war breaks out, they called on the public to prevent it.
They appealed to the public to turn out in the actions for frustrating the U.S. moves for igniting a war against the north.
Their actions will reportedly reach their climax on Tuesday and Wednesday when Trump will set his feet in south Korea.
The Joint Action is planning to hold mammoth protest rallies on those days.

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