Friday, September 30, 2005

Bronze Man

U.S. Interference Concerning Withdrawal of Statue of MacArthur in S. Korea under Fire why does everything the K.C.N.A is against have to burn?
Pyongyang, September 29, 2005 (KCNA) -- The Solidarity of Youth and Students for the Implementation of the June 15 South-North Joint Declaration in south Korea reportedly declared that the reappraisal of MacArthur is a work for the south Korean people to do, not a work for the U.S. to meddle in he IS an American hero. The organization in a statement issued on Sept. 25 in denunciation of the U.S. interference in the internal affairs concerning the removal of his statue said: Members of the U.S. House of Representatives in a letter to the U.S. embassy in Seoul on Sept. 15 openly expressed their complaints, describing the U.S. troops present in south Korea as "liberators" and saying that they can not consent to appraise the hero who commanded the liberation army as a war criminal. Hell NO! The statement termed it a plain interference in the internal affairs of the Korean nation. The statement went on: It is natural that the people are now reappraising MacArthur who massacred numerous innocent civilians and the struggle for withdrawal of his statue is gaining momentum where's the momentum for tearing down Kim Il Sung's statues then. No countries have built a statue of the man who killed their nation. Except Russia, Iraq, Libya, China, and of course... North Korea.
The U.S. patronage of MacArthur symbolic of aggression and war and victory is a revelation of its plunderous nature. Anyone who wants to defend the nation should not yield to the U.S. interference but turn out in the struggle for the removal of the statue of MacArthur and the pullback of the U.S. troops. G'luck with THAT objective...

2 Comments:

Blogger Aizlynne said...

Most of those young kids over there probably don't even know who MacArthur is and I am sure the gov'ts history lessons are designed to cast Americans in their worst light.

4:09 PM  
Blogger KnightofGoodMrIronMan said...

Yea, but they have to wait until morning to do that. North Korea does not cast much light durng the day.

11:58 PM  

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