Wednesday, 20 September 2017
Recently , a right wing blog 'Guido Fawkes ' and the notorious Daily Mail(a paper that supported Mosley and the British Union of Fascists in the 1930s) carried out a vicious campaign against a young woman Labour party activist and Momentum youth activist o for the mere fact they she had defended the DPRK's right to self-defence and carried a small DPRK flag on her twitter page . There were demands for her to be disciplined by the Labour Party . Meanwhile a tenant of a housing association, Affinity Sutton , was refused permission to fly a DPRK flag from his flat. It could be added that the US has banned travel to the DPRK by ordinary US citizens and that the British FCO though it stops short actually banning travel to the DPRK outright it advises against all non-essential travel to the DPRK and asks any British visitors to the DPRK to register with the British embassy no doubt so that their names can be passed on to MI5, MI6 and Special Branch .
This is pure and simple Cold War style McCarthyism aimed at silencing supporters of People's Korea. In the US in the 1940s and 1950s the US Communist Party was banned and the peace movement was silenced by means of a hostile media campaign and the efforts of Senator McCarthy to drive out of employment and blacklist anyone suspected of communist sympathies , in fact not just communist sympathies but any progressive, liberal or pro peace views. Fascism that had been defeated in Europe but rose again in the US in a new guise, the guise of anti-communism. Thousands lost their jobs , some were imprisoned and an American-Jewish communist couple the Rosenbergs were executed, murdered in the electric chair, on unjust charges.
The new McCarthyism against supporters of People's Korea and even against those who are not actually supporters of the DPRK and Juche but made some postive comments about the DPRK such
the video blogger Louis Cole who made a programme about surfing in the DPRK. UK KFA and myself experienced the new wave anti-DPRK , anti Juche , anti- KFA McCarthyism back in the spring of 2014. I was tricked into an interview with "Vice " magazine (which turns out to be part of the Murdoch press empire) . I would have never consented to being interviewed by a tawdry anti-DPRK publication like "Vice ". A week or so later I got contacted by one James Gillespie of the "Sunday Times " and not just Gillespie but a whole team of journalists. A slanderous hatchet job article then appeared in the "Sunday Times " (which is thought by some to be a front for MI6 see " http://parellic.blogspot.co.uk/2006/07/sunday-times-mouthpiece-of-mi5-and-mi6.html"). As if this
was not bad enough in itself , the article mentioned my employer the Valuation Office Agency of the HMRC . I had to give through several interviews and hearings including a deeply intrusive 3 hour
interview . In the end I had a charge of 'Serious Misconduct' ( a deeply insulting allegation) slapped on me and I was told that my postion as the Official Delegate of the Korean Friendship Association was "incompatible " with "employment at any level in the civil service " even as an AA , a cleaner or a teaboy. Rather than face ultimate dismissal I bailed out taking early retirement but lost a potenial £17,000 off my lump sum and £4000 a year off my pension. Where was my human rights and my free speech ? Was the human rights of KFA members and supporters and their free speechThe story is told here
Basically , what the new style McCarthyites and anti-DPRK fascist reactionaries from the media, social media and intelligence agencies are trying to do is to create a climate of fear, a climate of intimidation to silence supports of People's Korea, followers of the Juche Idea and anyone sympathetic to the DPRK's cause , so as to create the impression that the DPRK has no support outside the country . Ironically those who attack the DPRK talk a lot about 'human rights' , 'democracy ' and 'free speech' , they rabbit about 'totalitarianism' , but they are the ones suppressing free speech and free thought and trying to control what people think !
Dr Dermot Hudson
Official Delegate UK KFA
I arrived in Beijing, the city of capitalist chaos and was greeted by stifling heat caused by the toxic smog. The terminal building was staffed by very inefficient and bureaucratic Chinese officials, whose incompetence meant that large queues formed rapidly at border control. This airport contains western multinational companies, despite the fact that the Communist Party of China still claims to be socialist. Eventually, I met up with my fellow delegates and after going through yet more Chinese bureaucracy we eventually boarded the Air Koryo flight to Pyongyang. However, this flight was grounded for over two hours whilst awaiting clearance from Beijing’s air traffic control. When this flight eventually took off we all enjoyed Air Koryo’s inflight hospitality. The plane landed 1.5 hours later at Pyongyang Airport where we could immediately see the spectacular newly built airport. The Korean airport staff were highly efficient and helped us to quickly disembark from the aircraft. As we entered the terminal building I was overwhelmed by this plush, modern design which incorporated the extensive use of glass and sophisticated lighting. The flooring was an impressive cream coloured stone throughout and the building contained multiple shops including restaurants, each exclusively designed.
After passing through security we met our guides and boarded the bus to Pyongyang. Looking out of the window of the bus I could see abundant and lush crops growing in the fields. There was no sign of crop failure or famine that the lying imperialist media continually claim exist in the DPRK. Indeed, living standards in the DPRK are continuously improving. Once we entered Pyongyang I noticed that this was a city of new build construction, with numerous buildings under different stages of completion. This shows that Korea under the wise leadership of Kim Jong Un is prospering and people’s living standards continue to improve daily. We passed Pyongyang station and I could see that there was a large group of people near to the station that were congregated together and they were all watching television on an extra-large screen. My guide informed me that people in Pyongyang prefer to watch television together, as it fosters a sense of community spirit. The group then checked into the Yanggakdo International Hotel. This hotel was opened in 1995 and is situated on Yanggakdo Island, in the middle of the Taedong River. It consists of 47 storeys and hosts several restaurants, a bowling alley, massage facilities and a tailor.
The next day the delegates were taken to the International Friendship Exhibition, which is located at mount Myohyang. The exhibition is a is a large museum complex which houses the gifts presented to President Kim Il Sung, Chairman Kim Jong Il and Marshal Kim Jong Un by the heads of state, international organisations, socio-political activists, government and prominent figures of many countries. This unique museum centre was constructed in 1978 in traditional Korean style and it spans 70,000 square metres. The gates to this site are impressive and the giant bronze-coloured doors are guarded by motionless soldiers with polished silver-plated machine guns. The modern edifice blends harmoniously with the beautiful scenery of Mount Myohyang. The buildings are Korean in style and socialist in substance. Once the visiting group was ready to go into the exhibition proper a local guide in traditional Korean dress lead us through the maze of corridors. Given the size of the complex, we were shown only a selection of the 100 rooms in the Kim Il Sung section alone. The objects you get to see on this procession-like tour are ordered by country of origin. The gifts presented to the great men are very impressive and this shows the respect the world’s people have for them. Particularly noteworthy is the beautiful armoured train carriage presented to Kim Il Sung by Mao Zedong and a limousine sent by Josef Stalin. Gifts from heads of state are displayed on red cloth, those from other officials on blue and gifts from individuals on brown. Some of the artefacts from the Arab world are really beautiful, such as stunningly opulent pieces of mother-of-pearl-inlay furniture. From countless African countries there are many elaborate arts-and-crafts, much of it made of ivory. In the Kim Jong Il section of the museum one can see a basketball signed by Michael Jordan presented to Kim Jong Il by then US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright on her state visit to Pyongyang in 2000. Some parts of the exhibit have row after row of wide-screen TVs and stereo equipment donated by industrialists. At the end of the tour, the groups were ushered onto a huge balcony, where we had drinks and enjoyed the view of the beautiful mountain scenery.
The group then stopped at a picnic spot for lunch. This proved to be a great opportunity to interact with the local people. I found the Koreans at this location to be affable and friendly towards foreigners. They encouraged us to sing and dance with them in order to create a pleasant atmosphere. It would be unthinkable for strangers to interact in such a manner in western countries. In the capitalist states the ever-present risk of crime prevents such exchanges from occurring. However, as everybody is well provided for in the DPRK there is no incentive to engage in criminal activities. Therefore, it is clear that a Juche based society promotes harmonious and good relations between all people. After finishing lunch and saying goodbye to the locals we departed for Pyongyang.
The following day we visited the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun. The palace was built in 1976 as the Kumsusan Assembly Hall and served as Kim Il-sung's official residence. After his demise on July 8th, Juche 83 (1994) the Korean people, out of their unanimous will and desire, preserved him in his lifetime appearance. After Chairman Kim Jong Il passed away on December 17th, Juche 100 (2011) the Korean people also preserved his body in this palace. Thus, it is now the supreme sanctuary of Juche where President Kim Il Sung and Chairman Kim Jong Il lie in state. Inside the palace, Kim Il Sung's embalmed body lies inside a clear glass sarcophagus. His head rests on a Korean-style pillow and he is covered by the flag of the Workers' Party of Korea. Kim Jong Il is now on display in a room close to and very similar to his father's. In the palace are halls that house the orders and other decorations awarded to President Kim Il Sung and Chairman Kim Jong Il from the DPRK and other countries in praise of their immortal exploits. A beautiful park and an arboretum, which covers an area of 100 hectares, adds more grandeur to the palace. Growing in the arboretum are over 400 000 trees in 260 species, and over 200 species of rare trees sent from progressive figures in many countries around the world. Through this visit I was able to see how ardently the Korean people respect and revere comrades Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il.
In the afternoon we were driven to Mangyongdae native house, which is located five miles from the centre of Pyongyang. The native house is where Kim Il Sung was born and spent his childhood. The building itself is a straw-thatched cottage, the kind of which could be easily found in any countryside of Korea before liberation. This mudded wall house is divided into a barn and several living rooms. Preserved in this house, where his family members had lived through four generations are the valuable objects used by them. In the courtyard is a deformed pot with an interesting backstory. Kim Il Sung’s family was so poor it was the only one they could afford because it was sold at a substantial discount due to its warped shape. The humble thatched house is now surrounded by well-trimmed bushes and neatly mowed gardens. Next to the house there is a well used by Kim Il Sung's family. It was very moving to see that Kim Il Sung came from lowly origins, but this did not prevent him from liberating Korea and establishing an advanced socialist system based on Juche.
Later that day we travelled to Pyongyang airport and boarded an Air Koryo flight to Samjiyon Airport. The Tupolev Tu-154 plane took 1 hour to arrive in Samjiyon where the group then proceeded to board buses and embarked on the 2-hour drive to Samjiyon Grand Monument. The monument was unveiled in May Juche 68 (1979) to commemorate President Kim II Sung's revolutionary activity during the anti-Japanese revolutionary struggle. Its statue of Kim Il Sung is the second tallest in Korea and shows him in full KPRA uniform. The statue is flanked on either side by statues depicting the jubilation of the Korean people after becoming liberated. The monument also depicts the anti-Japanese guerrillas helping the peasants and attaching the Japanese. Behind the statue of Kim Il Sung is a statue that has been placed in the lake and is entitled, the Water of the Motherland. The statues show soldiers who have just crossed the borders from China, touching the waters of Korea for the first time in many years. This grand monument has such a high-level of artist skill and craftsmanship that it was awarded a people’s art prize in 1989. Once the tour around the Grand monument had been completed we boarded the bus which drove us to the Pegaebong Hotel. This is a large Swiss style hotel which contains 130 rooms. This airy and spacious hotel has been improved since my last visit and there is now a corridor bar upstairs. At this hotel we were treated to a school children’s performance and outdoor buffet. The children’s performance was truly excellent and inspiring. The ages of the children ranged from 4-10 years old and they demonstrated a very-high level of skill and co-ordination. The performance included displays of Korean dancing, piano playing and singing. Each child was enthusiastic and very talented in their performing arts subject and the staff also participated by singing a very captivating Korean song.
The following morning the group embarked on the drive to Mount Paektu. Along the way we passed small villages with ornate Korean style bungalows. This shows that the DPRK has embedded traditional architectural techniques in building modern dwellings. So it is clear that the DPRK is preserving its rich culture by using traditional methods. This is in contrast with South Korea where many aspects of their cultural identity has been removed and replaced with American architecture and ideas. As our journey continued we drove on winding well maintained roads which were lined by strong lustrous pine trees. Arriving at the foot of Mount Paektu I saw an impressive volcanic landscape with soaring mountain peaks, the tallest of which is Mount Paektu. This mountain is inscribed with the words “Sacred Mountain of the Revolution”, with Kim Jong Il’s signature underneath. This indicates that the Korean people hold Mount Paektu close to their hearts as this was the place that President Kim Il Sung launched his campaign to liberate Korea. Upon arriving at the summit of Mount Paektu I was overwhelmed by sheer natural beauty of this vast dormant volcano and the stillness of Lake Chon, which was in cased by large rocky peaks. Lake Chon is the highest natural lake in the world and is the crater of the dormant volcano. The mountain is currently being studied by a British geological team lead by an Imperial College London researcher who praised the Korean scientists already working there, by stating “their understanding is strong and their background is good. Arriving at seismic monitoring sites that were already built was a bit odd, but they were incredible - far better than anything I could have built." This shows the benefits of socialism in Korea as there is a keen interest placed in scientific development. The Koreans have set up better equipment than Imperial College London could have provided them with. So the DPRK is moving forward to become not just an economic power, but a scientific power as well.
The next place that I visited after departing Mount Paektu was the Secret Camp which was nearby. At the entrance to the camp is a large mosaic featuring Kim Il Sung with Kim Jong Suk who is holding a young Kim Jong Il. The mosaic composed of 160,000 pieces which has be precisely slotted together to form this amazing portrait. Above the camp is Jong Il peak, which is 1879 meters above sea level and both the headquarters and Kim Jong Il’s birthplace, are log cabins. Kim Il Sung’s headquarters was originally built in the 1930’s and has been lovingly preserved by the Korean people. The headquarters itself only contains the most basic of items including a large table where Kim Il Sung planned the battles ahead, an original map captured from the Japanese and the coat worn by Kim Il Sung in 1937. The handles of this building are all made out of animal hooves because steel would be too cold for the soldiers to touch in the bitter Korean winter. The building in which Kim Jong Il was born is a slightly smaller log cabin and is very bare except for a few reed mats for sitting on and a small table for mealtimes. This room had the original blanket used by Kim Jong Il as a child and the toys made for him by soldiers which were given on his first birthday. Although Kim Jong Il was born in a humble log cabin, he rose up to become the leader of the Korean people. After this moving visit we checked out of the hotel and flew back to Pyongyang.
After a restful sleep in the Yanggakdo International Hotel the delegates we taken to the great gathering in praise of the great persons of Mount Paektu. This was a large international meeting that was held in the People's Palace of Culture. This is a large and architecturally impressive complex located on the banks of the Potonggang River. Its architectural style mixes socialist modernism with traditional-style tile roofs. Present at the gathering were Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium of the DPRK Supreme People’s Assembly and Kim Ki Nam, vice-chairman of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea who is honorary chairman of the International Preparatory Committee for the Great Gathering 2017. The event included speeches and floral baskets were presented to Marshal Kim Jong Un. The gathering had a very militant atmosphere and the participants reconfirmed their support of the DPRK. After this lively meeting the delegates were taken to the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre where we watched a performance by the Samjiyon band. This light music band played many songs, which included singing by very talented artists. In the evening our hosts laid on a banquet for all the participants. This included multiple courses and a constant service by waiters. Once this feast was over the delegates were driven through the streets of Pyongyang at night. During these hours many of the buildings are illuminated, which adds to their aesthetic beauty. The large high rise flats in Ryomyong and Mirae Scientists street looked particularly magnificent when bathed in ambient light. The fact that Pyongyang is so well lit at night demonstrates that the UN sanctions are not affecting the DPRK’s electricity grid. In fact, each time I visit the DPRK I see newly constructed buildings that are illuminated at night.
The succeeding day involved attending a solidarity meeting with the other delegations. This event included many interesting speeches, but by far the best and most militant was comrade Dermot’s speech. Dermot’s speech and strong delivery style was well revived by the participants. After witnessing Dermot being given a literary prize for his excellent book titled “The great succession” the delegation was given a tour around the Sci-Tech complex. This is a science and technology centre housed in a large atom-shaped building located on Ssuk Island in Pyongyang. The complex is equipped with various halls, such as: the Children’s Dream hall, Fundamental Science and Technology Hall, Applied Science and Technology Hall, Earthquake Simulation Hall, Virtual Lab, Indoor Sci-Tech Exhibition Hall. On display in each room and hall are the visual aids, relief maps and models of equipment. The building also contains an e-library in which scientific works are catalogued in a comprehensive and systematic way. The light and air-conditioning of the Sci-Tech Complex and hotel are based on the solar heat and geo-thermal power, which is eco-friendly. This indicates the DPRK’s current policy of showing a concern for the environment. Thus, the Sci-Tec Complex is evidence of the great emphasis being placed on science and technology in the DPRK. So, it is clear that the WPK believes that improving science and technology is one of the best ways of developing the DPRK. The delegates were also taken to a meeting with the National Aerospace Development Administration. This is the official space agency of the DPRK and it aims to improve the DPRK’s economy, science and technology through space exploration. The scientists and technicians of NADA made it clear that the DPRK will continue to launch satellites manufactured by its own efforts and technology, despite hostility from the US. Indeed, space development for peaceful purposes is a legitimate right of Juche Korea chosen by its party, army and people.
The next day’s visit to the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum was exciting as it showed how the Korean people resisted US aggression. This highly impressive, monumental museum displays the history of the Korean War through the eyes of the DPRK. It is a vast complex, entirely re-built in 2012 with countless exhibition rooms and mock-up displays. There is an outside display area of military equipment including captured US and UN forces tanks, aeroplanes and weapons, as well as examples of DPRK military equipment used during the war. The halls and exhibition rooms show the exploits performed by President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il in defending the DPRK. The most impressive sight, however, is the huge revolving and hand painted 360-degree battle panorama depicting the Battle of Taejon, complete with 3D effects and surround sound. This museum is a palace of victory built under the energetic leadership of Marshal Kim Jong Un to glorify for all ages the victory achieved by President Kim Il Sung. The museum is also an anti-imperialist and anti-US education base from which younger Koreans can learn about the crimes of the US. Following on for our visit to the museum we had lunch with the AINDF. The delegation was given many delicious Korean dishes including quails. In the UK quails are expensive and only eaten by the bourgeoisie, but in the DPRK they were available to us free of charge.
We then toured around the Mangyongdae Children's Palace. The Mangyongdae Children's Palace (or Mangyongdae School Children's Palace) in Pyongyang is a public facility managed by Korean Children's Union where members can engage in extra-curricular activities, such as learning music, foreign languages, computing skills and sports. The delegates were invited to look around the classrooms at this establishment. Each classroom was staffed by a caring and affectionate teacher who showed a genuine desire for the children to succeed in their educational life. The classroom themselves were well equipped with the latest books and stationery. This educational establishment depicts the benefits of a socialist education system as the facilities were of a very high quality with skilled staff helping the children. The standard of education on offer to the younger children here would only be available to children in the UK if their parents had enough money to afford private education. The festival participants ended the day’s activities with a joint friendship gathering at the Basketball Gymnasium in Chongchun Street. A performance was given by Korean artists and sports games were held.
During our last day in the DPRK we visited Panmunjom, which is located inside the Demilitarized Zone. Panmunjom is a historical symbol of showdown between the DPRK and the USA. This is the place where the two countries signed an armistice agreement on the Korean war (1950-1953) and where an incident occurred in August 1976, driving the Korean peninsula to the brink of war once again. This site is also the greatest reminder that the Korean people are suffering national division caused by the US imperialists’ occupation of south Korea. The final attraction we visited in the DPRK was the Koryo museum. The museum is located in Kaesong’s old Confucian academy and it contains many priceless arts and cultural relics. Once the visit was over we were driven through the city of Kaesong and could see that the standard of living is the same as in Pyongyang. This dispels the imperialist lies that Pyongyang is a ‘showcase capital’ whereas in reality all parts of the DPRK are well developed.
My final evening in the DPRK was spent in the hotel and in the morning we flew back to Beijing with Air Koryo. My trip to the DPRK demonstrated that Korea, under the wise leadership of Marshal Kim Jong Un, is a model for socialist development and the country is quickly moving forward to be an economic power. Therefore, it is clear that Korea is prospering with the Juche idea is its guiding ideology.
Alex , Commissar of UK KFA
The masters , the rulers , the owners of the system are very efficient when it comes to explain the necessity of austerity Under the promise of development and progress they tell us how important it is to rescue banks but not people.The masters are incredibly proficient at educating the people to like or dislike this or that policy.They convince you through the media they own and the journalists they hire that freedom means free enterprise and democracy can be mere businessmen meeting.They not only tell you what is good and bad within our own borders .Their journalists are very keen to tell which international government is your friend and which is not .
North Korea , according to these journalists , is apparently "underdeveloped ,aggressive ,authoritarian,living in a chronic famine ,victims of a tyranny that turns everybody's lives into a nightmare . A country that starves people to death while while the so-called Kim dynasty enjoy high living standards and capriciously uses the resources of their territory ". North Korea is the country to hate !
The 'vercacious ' journalists that told you about Saddam's 'weapons of mass destruction' the professional and impatrial workers of information that told you how cruel Gadhafi was killing his own people are now telling you that there is now a country to liberate .Another country in desperate need of democracy .
They will remind you that 'a planned economy leads to failure and a market economy leads to freedom and progress'. Your best friends will urge to explain to you using more simple words in you still haven't understood you are living under the 'best of the systems'
On the 10th of August , when 'veracious journalists were talking about 'mad Korea's threat I had the exciting chance to travel to the 'axis of evil'. I first understood the meaning of the sanctions when I could only pay the DPRK's airline (Air Koryo) in cash as no international transations were possible due to capitalist blockades.
Pyongyang airport was clean and modern, our guides were waiting for us and very soon made us feel welcome.
From the bus windows, surprise , surprise we saw new modern buildings , neat streets organised traffic and normal people walking down the streets. Shops, restaurants and bars. Parks , museums and beautiful squares . Where is the lack of progress of that planned economy ? Are my eyes speaking the truth ?
The seven days were obviously not enough to understand the country. We visited main buildings , went to banquets ,attended conferences and most importantly mingled with the Korean people . The supposedly very oppressed Korean people that sang and danced with us , that besides the enormous language barrier they foid the way to a human approach.
I understood ,that as we heard recently that our bankers owned media should be more relaxed with the work the DPRK journalists do. I was told that the population has not entirely access to channels like BBC and Al Jazeera. Please master do not censor the voice of the DPRK , as they seem to be more willing to listen to your views than the other way round .
Where did the lack of freedom of speech go ? Howe can the fierce dictatorship survive under such
'credible ' and 'efficient ' capitalist propaganda ?
More than 8,000 tourists visit the country which means that more than 16,000 eyes can see the progress , development and high living standards, In the name of the US dollar !!! please stop this carnage !!! Are the masters going to design no laws so that no US eyes can see the real DPRK !
To cut the story short , I was glad to go back to my normal life with a mobile phone full of immortalised moments. And no !! No solider faithful to the 'communsit dictatorship' went through my pictures to delete the inappropiate .
The art , the happiness , the healthcare and education for all , the willingness of the hard working Koreans , their sense of development is not going to be crushed in the same way you crushed Libya or Iraq !
There wont be a world without Korea !
Long live the DPRK !
Long live the Workers Party of Korea !
Long live the respected Marshal KIM JONG UN !
Jose , UK KFA
Statement of the International Central Committee for Songun Study -Defend People's Korea from US and world imperialism !
The International Central Committee for Songun Study today issued the following statement:
We express our full solidarity with People’s Korea in its struggle against US imperialism , world imperialism , dominationism and big power chauvinism. Today People’s Korea under the uplifted bannerof Songun and under the Songun revolutionary leadership of dear respected Marshal KIM JONG UN is defying US and world imperialism every day , a feat that inspires the world revolutionary people.
In particular we denounce UNSC resolutions 2370 and 2375 on sanctions against People’s Korea . These resolutions are a product of massive hypocrisy and double standards because the US has carried out H bomb tests without having sanctions imposed. Other permanent members of the UNSC are nuclear powers, how can they object to the DPRK having nuclear weapons. Surely every member state of the UN should be treated equally, without one country being discriminated against.
The sanctions are the most extreme yet and aim to cripple the DPRK economy . The sanctions are really 'regime change ' sanctions aimed at overthrowing the socialist system of People's Korea and restoring capitalism. The sanctions are the outcome of a conspiracy and frame up by the US imperialists , the other imperialist states , the south Korean puppets as well as sold-out traitors and revisionists, all of whom want to destroy Juche-based socialism. We condemn all those countries that voted for the sanctions against the DPRK.
At the same time the US imperialists are ordering their puppet states and flunkeys to sever or downgrade their relations with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. We condemn this as a mean attempt to isolate the DPRK
We call for the lifting off the sanctions against People’s Korea . We urge progressive and anti-imperialist organisations to campaign vigoursly for the lifting of sanctions against the DPRK . There must also be sustained opposition to the continual warmongering and threats of the US imperialists and south Korean fascist puppets .
We support the call of the Korean Asia-Pacific Peace Committee for the abolition of the UN Security Council as this body is a complete puppet of US imperialism.
Furthermore we call for an end to US military exercises and the withdrawal of US troops.
Defence of and solidarity with People’s Korea , the homeland of Songun should be the number 1 priority of all Songun idea followers and anti-imperialists. We must redouble and intensify our study of the great Songun politics and disseminate the anti-imperialist revolutionary Songun idea.
Defend the D PR Korea !
US out of Korea !
Down with US imperialism !
Down with big power chauvinism and international revisionism
Down with the UNSC !
International Central Committee For Songun Study
Association For the Study of Songun Politics UK
Kenya Group for the Study of Songun Politics
Brazil Centre for the Study of Songun PoliticsBangladesh Group for Study of Songun Politics
Nepal Association for Supporting the Songun Policy