Tuesday, May 10, 2005

US Imperialists Using The Same Old Tricks Again

The US war-mongering reactionary Bush clique, bereft of any morals or humanity, is using the same lies as it did against the peaceful people of Iraq under the reasonable leadership of President Saddam Hussein.

Remember how Bush and his gaggle of oil-thirsty minions branded President Saddam Hussein "a sponsor of terrorism"? This was a brutish lie since, as was brilliantly demonstrated by comrade Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11", there was no links between the so-called al-Qaida terror group and Iraq. This made the US war-mongers the laughing stock of the civilized world and calls for the judicial prosecution of the Bush clique for war crimes were heard in Indonesia among other places.

This apparently has not stopped the consumerist Bush clique of war-crazed gangsters, since they are again pushing forth this pile of foul-smelling rubbish against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea this time, slandering and defaming the entire Korean people who are single-mindely united as one in their deep respect for the Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il and his invincible Songun politics, labeling it a "terrorism-supporting state" :

DPRK condemns US for labeling it as "terrorism-supporting state"

PYONGYANG, May 2 (Xinhuanet) -- The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Monday condemned the United States for again labeling it a "terrorism-supporting state".

"The US more undisguised move to stifle the DPRK only hardens its determination to continuously go the way it has already chosen," a spokesman of the DPRK's Foreign Ministry said.

According to the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), the US State Department recently released an "annual report on terrorism in 2004," designating again the DPRK as a "terrorism-supporting state."

"It is ridiculous that the United States, the kingpin of state-sponsored terrorism and the biggest terrorism-supporting state, publishes a 'report on terrorism' every year and brands anti-US countries as 'terrorism-supporting countries,'" the spokesman said.

"Although the Bush administration admitted the DPRK has no record of terrorism, it termed the DPRK a 'terrorism-supporting state' again over the 'issue of abduction' which had been completely resolved between the DPRK and Japan," the spokesman said, adding that it clearly shows "how frantic the US ambition" is to overturn the DPRK's system.

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