Thursday, May 11, 2006

(North) Korean News: "U.S., Kingpin of International Terrorism"

The history of the U.S. is that of crimes stained with plot-breeding and terrorism as well as that of aggression and plunder, says Rodong Sinmun Thursday in a signed article. It goes on:

The U.S. is styling itself an "international judge" to find fault with other countries, interfere in their internal affairs and threaten them. It makes no scruple to commit military aggression against them if necessary.

The U.S. imperialists are kingpin of international terrorism. They invaded Iraq, openly blustering that their major objective is to remove the Iraqi leadership.

In January 1961 first Prime Minister of Democratic Congo Lumumba was cruelly assassinated, for which the U.S. was chiefly to blame.

Former Chilean President Allende and many other state leaders and political figures fell victims to the U.S. terrorism.

The U.S. imperialists have orchestrated military coups aimed at changing leadership in anti-imperialist and independent countries. 23 military coups took place in Asia from the end of the Second World War to the middle of the 1960s and 20 in Africa from 1960 to 1968 and military coups in 20 Latin-American countries in the 1950s. Most of those countries where the military coups broke out were anti-imperialist and independent countries and countries which were trying to rid themselves of servility to the U.S., though belatedly. As a result of the military coups pro-U.S. military and dictatorial regimes were established.

The U.S. egged its henchmen to cook up military coups in strict secrecy or openly.

It has since viciously schemed to attain their hegemonic purpose through armed invasion, assassination, overthrow of governments and various forms of terrorist operations against Grenada, Panama, Afghanistan, Iraq, etc.

It is not only a kingpin of terrorism but a terrorism-supporting state which actively encourages terrorism.
I hope you enjoyed reading that last sentence as much as I enjoyed bringing it to you.
It fosters terrorism in targeted countries and then interferes in their internal affairs under the pretext of combating terrorism.

The U.S. high-handed military practices of putting pressure and sanctions upon those countries of no problem while deliberately linking them to terrorism under the plea of "anti-terrorism" only go to prove its brazen-faced and brigandish nature.

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