Saturday, 1 July 2017

ASSPUK,JISGE, UK KFA and BSCPRKP support call for the dissolution of the UN Command

                     1st of July   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 British Solidarity Committee for Peace and Reunification on the Korean Peninsula(BSCPRKP) issued a joint statement in support of the statement of the  National Peace Committee of Korea(NPCK) of the DPRK;
 It has been noted by the NPCK of the DPRK that the U.S. and the pro-American elements of south Korea are working hard to preserve the "UN Command", a leftover of the Cold War and lever for aggression.
  The "UN Command" basically is a tool of war which was organized by the U.S.  for the purpose of deploying its satellite forces(such as the UK) and exercising its control over them during the Korean War. After the ceasefire, the U.S. continued to seize and exercise its right to operational command in south Korea through the "UN Command". But, as the pressure mounted at home and abroad in the 1970s to dismantle the "UN Command" and withdraw its forces from south Korea, the U.S. had no other alternative but to form the U.S.-south Korea "Combined Forces Command" and transfer the right to operational command to it in 1978. Through this, it tried to legalize and perpetuate its occupation of south Korea by changing the nature of the U.S. troops in south Korea from the "UN forces" to that of the forces dispatched by the "ROK-U.S. Mutual Defense Treaty". 
 The "UN Command " in south Korea could be easily transformed into  a NATO type structure in East Asia or even a replica of the so-called "international coalitions " built by the US in order to attack countries in the Balkans and the Middle East. The existence of the "UN command " in south Korea is a very grave threat to peace not only in Korea and east Asia but throughout the world.
 Therefore we support the call of the DPRK NPCK for the dissolution of the so-called UN Command in south Korea.

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