Friday, 13 January 2017

ASSPUK, JISGE, UK KFA and UK Preparatory Committee For the 2017 Gathering to Praise the Great Persons Born of Mt Paektu support statement of the Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee ((KAPPC)

         13th 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 in support of the statement of 
Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee ((KAPPC) of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea(DPRK) concerning the ill-boding warmonger moves of the US imperialists;
   The Obama administration of US imperialism is nearing its end and its policy towards the DPRK has been nothing but an abject failure . Indeed the Korea policy of Obama has been attacked and criticised from all sides in the US. The US warmongers are sending the 93 000-ton nuclear-powered carrier Carl Vinson to the waters off the Korean peninsula from the U.S. mainland from the outset of the year, the statement pointed out, adding:
    The U.S. has strike flotilla including nuclear carrier Ronald Reagan at constant standby in waters off Japan with Yokosuka Port as a matrix port. Its additional hurling of another carrier flotilla is a dangerous provocative act to bring fresh military tension to the Korean peninsula and the areas around it. At the same time the US imperialists have increased sanctions on the DPRK in a bid to cripple both its economic and defence development ,ultimately stifling the socialist system of the DPRK.
  Our organisations strongly denounce this reactionary and anachronistic warmongering of the US imperialists. We support the stand of the DPRK KAPPC, The stance of bolstering the nuclear force of the DPRK is an absolutely correct one in the face of unceasing US imperialist hostility and threats. If the US wants peace and security it should understand the changed realities and abandon its hostile anti-DPRK policy.

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