ILPS Condemns War Provocations by the US, SoKor Puppets vs NoKor

Chairperson, International League of Peoples’ Struggle
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We, the International League of Peoples’ Struggle, condemn in the strongest possible terms the recent and ongoing provocations being made by the US and the South Korean puppet government against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

We refer to the mobilization of 70,000 troops for a week of military maneuvers just off the border of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea in order to simulate an invasion of the DPRK since November 23.

The South Korean puppet forces fired many shells into territorial waters of the DPRK on November 23 at 1:00 p.m. Only after an hour and a half later did the DPRK retaliate in self-defense by firing shells at the Yonphyong Islet held by South Korea.

The South Korean puppet forces have made the provocations obviously at the instigation of the US. US officials and mass media have misrepresented the DPRK as the one making the provocations and have quickly beaten the war drums for the deployment of the US forces and weapons of mass destruction against the DPRK.

In a far bigger act of war provocation, the US has announced plans to send the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS George Washington and its battle group including war ships, destroyers and hundreds of fighter jets into the area to participate in new military exercises to threaten the DPRK.

Let us recall that the US military forces have been involved in all the war maneuvers by South Korea, going back to the 1950-53 war, have killed millions of the Korean people and have occupied South Korea since the end of World War II.

We demand that the US withdraw its 30,000 troops from South Korea in order to allow the peaceful reunification of Korea and let the Korean people exercise their right to national self-determination.

We demand that immediately the US and South Korea stop their war maneuvers and exercises against the DPRK. They must remove their war ships from the territorial waters of the DPRK. The US must end the sanctions it has instigated against the DPRK.

Long live the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea!

Down with US imperialism and its South Korean puppets!

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  1. Why do you praise the North Korean government as if they were heroes? Look at their leaders, living in utmost luxury and opulence, while the North Korean people are suffering and starving to death, and at the same time, they are not allowed to complain about it. If you Mr. Sison, have even a little compassion in your heart, you might have at least criticized DRPK’s treatment of its people. I’m not mocking communism, but don’t you even suspect that something’s wrong when their leaders are living in the lap of luxury while their people suffer and starve?

  2. In my opinion, the North and the South want to achieve peace and reunification IN THEIR OWN TERMS: The North and Pyeongyang hope that the South will surrender to the North, forcibly to embrace communism and abandon its capitalist government and its policies. The South and Seoul hope that it will be a folly or a suicidal situation for the North to declare another war that "they cannot and will never win."

    Who among the North and the South will prevail? What will be its consequences? Will the reunification still be possible? Only time will tell….

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