Monday, 23 January 2017

Will You End the anti-DPRK "human rights " campaign Mr Trump

                          London 23rd of January Juche 106 (2017)           
                                       The Association For the Study of Songun Politics UK(ASSPUK),the Juche Idea Study Group of England(JISGE),the UK Korean Friendship Association(UK KFA) and the UK Preparatory Committee For the 2017 Gathering to Praise the Great Persons Born of Mt Paektu made the following commentary :

So the new President elect of the United States Mr Trump is talking about non-intervention or less intervention by the US in the world. We can reality check this. If he is serious about not intervening and interfering in the affairs of other countries one of the first things he could do is to completely end the so-called "human rights " campaign against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea . This is gross interference in the internal affairs of the DPRK and actually contrary to the UN charter and international laws. The " human rights " campaign aginst the DPRK by the US is simply an attempt by the US to impose its values , its unilateral viewpoint on another country by bullying and diktat. It is really the US saying "we don't like your system so are going to call it a dictatorship and make you change your system" . The US should drop it now. The Commission of Inquiry should be scrapped. Billions of US taxpayers dollars have been wasted on this campaing . Really the anti-DPRK brings no benefits to the citizens of the US and indeed other countries such as the UK , Australia etc , etc they have backed it . So Mr President are you going to end it ?

UK Preparatory Committee For the 2017 Gathering to Praise the Great Persons Born of Mt Paektu

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ASSPUK, JISGE, UK KFA and the UK Preparatory Committee For the 2017 Gathering to Praise the Great Persons Born of Mt Paektu on the 49th anniversary of the capture of "Pueblo "

                          London 23rd of January Juche 106 (2017)           
                                       The Association For the Study of Songun Politics UK(ASSPUK),the Juche Idea Study Group of England(JISGE),the UK Korean Friendship Association(UK KFA) and the UK Preparatory Committee For the 2017 Gathering to Praise the Great Persons Born of Mt Paektu issued a joint statement on  the 49th anniversary of the capture of the US imperialist armed spy ship the USS Pueblo by the heroic Korean People's Army navy .

Today the 23rd of January is the 49th anniversary of the capture of the "USS Pueblo" by the navy of the Korean People's Army.
  The captured ship is a symbol of victory in the anti-US, anti-imperialist struggle .The "Pueblo " is now on display at the Fatherland Liberation War Museum of the DPRK in Pyongyang . It forms the central part of the display of captured enemy weapons. It is the only US warship to be in the hands of an adversary of the US.  The ship had remained in Wonsan for many years and then in 1998 was taken to the River Taedong in Pyongyang and moored at the site where the USS General Sherman was sunk by Korean patriots led by Kim Ung U the grandfather of the great leader President Kim Il Sung . In 2013 it was moved to the reconstructed and expanded Fatherland Liberation War Museum .
  A delegation of of the JISGE and ASSPUK has visited the "Pueblo " three times ,once in 2008 and at the new site in 2013 and October 2015. The "Pueblo " is a graphic and substantial demonstration of US imperialism's crimes against the Korean  people .
The "Pueblo " was captured 7 miles off Wonsan on the east coast of the DPRK on the 23rd of January 1968 . Its crew were armed and so was the ship ,as it had a machine gun mounted at the stern . A small group of KPA sailors managed to overpower over 80 US personnel and capture them.
   The US imperialists arrogantly demanded that the DPRK hand back both the ship and the crew , threatening to bomb the DPRK. The great leader President Kim Il Sung stood firm saying the DPRK would match all-out war for all-out war. The modern revisionists, the backsliders  and agents of imperialism, had also suggested the DPRK hand back the ship and its crew but the DPRK stood firm and the "USS Pueblo " is still in Pyongyang 49 years after being captured . It is living testimony to the defeat of US imperialism !. Now the nuclear armed DPRK is stronger than it was at the time of the capture of the Pueblo and will inflict an even heavier defeat on US imperialism.
 UK Preparatory Committee For the 2017 Gathering to Praise the Great Persons Born of Mt Paektu

KCNA Commentary on Scramble among Regional Powers for Sphere of Influence

  Pyongyang, January 23 (KCNA) -- The situation remains very tense in Northeast Asia.
    The political and military stand-off is growing ever more acute between China and Japan, in particular.
    On Jan. 9 several Chinese fighters and those of the "Self-Defense Forces" of Japan flew close to each other in the air over the Strait of Tsushima.
    These encounters of fighters of the two countries pushed the situation in the region to a touch-and go-situation.
    As regards Japan's protest against the above-said incident, the Chinese military clarified its stand that it is a "routine drill" and "Japan seems to be not accustomed to such drill as the Chinese People's Liberation Army conducts a few similar rehearsals."
    The Chinese side openly claims that "China may go as it pleases and there is no need to discuss with Japanese what it does there."
    Japan does not hide the fact that it targets China, stepping up its moves for militarization after building legal and institutional mechanisms for meeting the requirements of a "war state."
    The U.S. is becoming evermore undisguised in its provocative military moves to contain China politically and militarily in the region.
    It has deployed the bulk of its strategic nuclear force in the region pursuant to its scenario for dominating Asia-Pacific. It is putting spurs to rounding off the triangular military "cooperation" involving the U.S., south Korea and Japan and its arms buildup.
    Owing to the above-said moves, the situation in Northeast Asia is inching close to such dangerous phase that a nuclear war may break out and rendering the arms race in the region fiercer.
    The reality goes to prove that the tension is escalating in the region not because of the DPRK's measures for bolstering up its capability for self-defence but due to the U.S. provocative muscle flexing and scramble among regional powers for sphere of influence in the region.
    The on-going scramble is not comparable with the conflict in the last century due to the persistence of the strategies and the level of the modern forces involved.
    Whenever the DPRK took a measure for self-defence, some countries demanded any action deteriorating the situation be halted as if something serious happened. Now they had better find logical words to say. -0-

U.S. Arms Buildup Brings Tension: KCNA Commentary

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    Pyongyang, January 23 (KCNA) -- A fresh tension has been created in the Asia-Pacific region from the outset of the new year due to the U.S.
    In the wake of deploying sophisticated F-35B stealth fighters in its military base in Japan, the U.S. decided to dispatch B-1B strategic bombers and F-22 stealth fighters to its air-force base in Australia.
    It is the first time that F-35B has been put on permanent standby overseas by the U.S. It is planning to expand the radius of the operation of F-35B in Northeast Asia, notably moving the matrix port of assault landing ship mounted with those fighters to the southern area of Japan from the U.S. mainland next year.
    In the wake of paving a way for the deployment of multi-purpose modern SM-6 missiles in areas of south Korea, Japan and Australia, Washington also clarified that it would send ultra-modern high-performance early warning plane E-2D Hawk Eye to Japan.
    This indiscriminate arms buildup of the U.S. has sparked off serious concern of the international community as it is a dangerous act of harassing peace and stability not only on the Korean peninsula but also in the rest of Asia-Pacific.
    The main purpose of the U.S. pivot to Asia-Pacific strategy is to contain and deter big regional powers and establish its domination in reliance on military upper-hand and nuclear edge.
    It is in pursuance of this strategy that the majority of the U.S. strategic nuclear force has been concentrated on Asia-pacific and the region is witnessing the establishment of the triad nuclear carrier system, improvement of performance of already-deployed strategic nuclear bombers and nuclear missiles, and development and deployment of high-output laser artillery pieces, unmanned tactical vehicles and ultra-fast strike weapons.
    Triangular military "cooperation" among the U.S., Japan and south Korea has also been boosted.
    The U.S. is describing its "alliance" with south Korea and Japan as "cornerstone" and "core axis" of its Asia-Pacific strategy and using them as a shock brigade in executing its strategy.
    Shortly ago, an American political commentator in an article said that the U.S. Asia policy orientation depends on Trump doctrine.
    He continued that the truth of return to Asia policy was disclosed during the Obama administration but the U.S. had worked under concrete plan to form a triangular military alliance with Japan and south Korea since several decades ago.
    The U.S. claims the alliance is to tackle nuclear threat from north Korea but the essence is to use Japan and south Korea for realizing its strategy of domination over neighboring countries and several regions in the world, he said, adding that if Japan is a suitable location for the armed forces of the three services of the U.S., south Korea is the only base for its ground force to set its foot in the Asian continent and that the U.S. forces present in south Korea is targeting other forces in the Asian continent from every aspect, not just to cope with nuclear threat from north Korea.
    The tripartite military "cooperation" is also being expanded as part of the second-phase process of the Asia-Pacific rebalancing strategy.
    The U.S. facilitated signing of an agreement on protection of military intelligence between south Korea and Japan under the pretext of "nuclear and missile threats from the DPRK" and allowed establishment of Aegis naval missile shield linking the U.S. and Japan and the overseas dispatch of the Japan "Self-defence Forces".
    The U.S. is stepping up the arms buildup to realize its Asia-Pacific strategy while spreading the story of "threat" from someone but it can never cover up its criminal intention.
    The situation clearly proves that peace and security on the Korean peninsula situated in Asia-Pacific, Northeast Asia to be specific, present themselves as a very important international issue.
    Countries need to heighten vigilance against the ill-boding arms buildup of the U.S. -0-