Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard 18:35:04 15/04/2017 old.zavtra.ru Stalker Zone note: The article below was originally published in the year 2000, just before the Liberal ideology launched a desperate aggressive campaign against not only the Russian nation, but the actual civilized world as a whole. Today, in 2017, the US has lost its hegemony in the Middle East courtesy of Russia’s deployment of the S-400 system in Syria. Thus, the Anglo empire now seeks to consolidate what it has, assert its domination in peripheral, untapped corners of the world, whilst at the same time improve its arsenal of weapons in order to pillage the Middle East once again. The sudden activation of US aggression towards North Korea is simply the rekindling of a fire that only rages when Washington is a) able to rekindle it, and b) needs to rekindle it. Whilst the means, motive, and opportunity still exist, the Korean peninsula will remain divided and a bargaining chip for the US’ dealings with the devil. June 25th marked the fifty year anniversary of the outbreak of one of the most bloody wars of the past century. The war declared then by the United States on North Korea was a tragedy for mankind, comparable only with World War II. Enormous damage to the region’s environment was caused, millions of people were killed. Today the “civilized world” doesn’t like to remember this war, it tries to erase from human memory the brutal crimes of Americans, often surpassing Hitler’s fascists in their savagery and cruelty. Supporters of the American domination of the world don’t like to remember the war unleashed by the US against a small country. In particular, they don’t like to remember the heroic victory of the North Korean people over the American army. It is more pleasant for them to remember this as a victory. After the victory of the Soviet Union over fascist Germany, the victory of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) over the US is probably the greatest celebration of truth and justice in the 21st century. The aggression was prepared back in 1948, when the US, South Korean rulers, and circles in the leadership of Japan entered into a conspiracy against the DPRK people. At that time, according to the agreement with the United States, the USSR withdrew its troops from North Korea, allowing the Korean people, liberated from Japanese occupation, to build their own statehood. On the territory left by the Soviet Army, Koreans created their own administration that was headed by Kim Il-sung — the leader of the Korean guerrillas who made the main contribution to the liberation of the country from Japan. However, Americans not only didn’t withdraw their troops from South Korea, they also didn’t recognize the local public authorities, having created their own military authorities. They dispersed guerrilla groups of Koreans battling against Japan, and in essence replaced Japanese occupation with an American one. Rhee Syng-man began to formally lead South Korea. Pleased with the withdrawal of Russians, the Yankees wanted to immediately subjugate the entire Korean peninsula. The experience of history is a stubborn thing. As soon as Soviet soldiers left somewhere, “peaceful” Americans were at once put there. Regarding this experience it is worth remembering the withdrawal of the Soviet Army from Europe. Perhaps there would be no Yugoslavian tragedy then. Initially, the US hoped to crush the DPRK using the forces of the South Korean army, which was prepared strenuously by experts from the Pentagon. Before the beginning of military operations, on June 18th, 1950, John Dulles inspected the troops of Rhee Syng-man, and was content. Probably, at this time the “Bite!” command was sounded from the White house, upon which Rhee Syng-man started exterminating his northern compatriots. On June 23rd, the troops of Rhee Syng-man began massive artillery preparations. On June 25th, on Sunday, at 4am (in a familiar style) the pro-American forces of South Korea attacked the DPRK all along the contact line. Several divisions and separate units were wedged into different areas on the territory of North Korea across two or more kilometers, on which the “campaign to the north” ingloriously came to an end. The advancing group of troops of Rhee Syng-man was immediately crushed. Kim Il-sung made the decision to counterattack, and the Korean People’s Army in the evening of the same day moved to the South. It’s ridiculous, but America and other “enlightened” countries still affirm that the war was started by Kim Il-sung, having attacked peaceful South Korea in the evening of June 25th. Remembering the tragic walk of four Rhee Syng-man divisions across North Korea is unfashionable. Already the next day the Korean People’s Army stood under the walls of Seoul, and Rhee Syng-man shamefully left the country, fleeing from the capital. WHAT IS THE REASON for such a quick defeat of the South Korean army? For this there are a lot of reasons. Firstly, its staff was prepared by experts from American troops. Americans excellently understood naval warfare, aerial combat, but at that time they did not have enough experience of conducting large-scale land battles. Their experience was not comparable with the Soviet military experience of four years of titanic land battles with the Germans. And after all, Soviet experts helped to create and train the DPRK army. Secondly, fighters of the North Korean army had considerable fighting experience, having massively taken part in a guerrilla war against Japan. Thirdly, the fighting spirit of soldiers and officers of the free North Korean state many times overwhelmed the fighting spirit of the South, which resigned in front of American domination. The fleeing of Rhee Syng-man, who abandoned his soldiers on the battlefield, testifies to the firmness of all of its army. Kim Il-sung didn’t abandon his soldiers and didn’t run away from the country, even when the Americans occupied at the time all the territory of DPRK. And in a personal sense, Kim Il-sung strategy much surpassed the enemy. A born leader and fighter who since a young age was used to fighting and danger, he paved the way to freedom of the country, created a guerrilla army and defeated the Japanese, created the State, restoring it from ruins. Rhee Syng-man, who adopted false power from the hands of the Americans, couldn’t be compared to Great Kim, and was afraid of him and envied him. Discouraged and humiliated by defeat, under the false pretext of deflecting North Korean aggression, the US began war in Korea. One of the most bloody, cruel, and awful wars in history. In three years the Americans wiped out the Korean people. It is estimated that the US dumped on average 5 tons of bombs and shells per dead Korean, and 120 kilograms of ammunition on one hectare of the district (in World War II this figure didn’t exceed one ton per person and 30 kilograms per hectare). The villages were filled with napalm and the cities eclipsed nazi crematoriums. Never before on our planet were so many people killed and with such cruelty as was done by the Yankees in Korea. In fact, the US, probably, sought to completely destroy the Korean nation itself. On the Korean territories that are temporarily occupied by Americans, mass shootings and executions are constantly done. On November 7th, in honor of the Day of the first-ever socialist revolution, the American military personnel shot 500 residents of Sinchon in the Hwanghae Province and 600 inhabitants in the Paechon district. In the city of Sariwon the Yankees drove 950 people into a mountain cave and shot everyone from machine guns. In Pyongyang 4000 citizens, a half of which were executed, were thrown into concentration camps. US soldiers dumped the bodies into wells and reservoirs. On October 18th, the Americans drove 900 inhabitants of the Sinchon county into an air-raid shelter, poured gasoline on them, and burned them alive. Among the burned were 300 Korean women and 100 children. In the county of Yonan the US army buried alive more than 1,000 people, and some tens of children. At a mine more than 2,000 people were dumped into a pit and then covered with ore. Also, American marines took 180 locals on a small ship, dragged them out to sea far away from the coast, and drowned them together with the boat. “Defenders of human rights” weren’t squeamish about medieval tortures and executions. Soldiers of the “new world order” quartered a boy helping the guerrillas. A 10cm nail was hammered into the bridge of a seventeen-year-old boy’s nose, and in the same place a bayonet was thrusted into the stomach of a pregnant Korean, and 300 people were cut with a straw cutter. The Americans unstitched the stomach of a pregnant woman, bragging about destroying the Red at the root. In the town of Onchon the Yankees hammered a stake into the genitals of an arrested Korean, another — a red-hot iron burned his genitals and he was killed. In just a few months of American occupation more than one million civilians were executed. Even Hitler couldn’t organize genocide on the seized territories with such scope. In 1951 the KOREAN People’s Army managed to crush the group of US troops and push them to the border, having liberated the country. The myth about the invincibility of America was dispelled. Despite terrible losses, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea stood strong in the most awful of wars. The majority of murderers in American uniform never came back home. The Korean land was abundant in the bones and blood of the uncountable American soldiers destroyed during the counterattack of the Korean army. The noble fury of the Korean soldiers wasn’t limited when they found in the liberated cities and villages traces of the stay of fanatics from the Pentagon. While retreating from the foreign country, the Americans used bacteriological weapons, spreading on the left lands the bacteria of smallpox, fleas, and bugs, all of which were dropped on the DPRK from more than 800 bombs with bacteriological filling. And at this time American society enjoyed the sentimental melodrama “Gone with the Wind” — about the war between the North and South [US civil war – ed], terrified by the “horrors of Stalinism”. Having lost a great number of soldiers and equipment in an unsuccessful campaign, the Yankees gave up hope on taking North Korea by means of a land operation. Then the Pentagon placed the main stake on bombings, having rained down on a small plot of rebellious land an unprecedented in history flurry of bombs and shells. Gas bombs and napalm were widely used. Nevertheless, the DPRK stood firm and won, the USA were compelled to surrender and stop the war. Nearly half a century has already passed since the end of this war, but the US, seemingly, hasn’t abandoned their plans concerning the conquest of Korea. That’s why there is still an enormous group of American troops in South Korea, which is constantly threatening to invade the territory of the North. The existence of this group constantly destabilizes the situation in the region, and doesn’t allow the Korean people to end, at last, the tragic history of the past century. The military presence of the US in South Korea prevents the unification of the Korean people into a single State. A unique ancient civilization numbering about 5000 years of history, having a special culture, was all these millennia united and mighty. The 20th century brought to the great Korean people incalculable woes and suffering, one of these woes — violent partition. The wall constructed on the order of America all along the line of the thirty-eighth parallel cut the united people vividly, whole families were divided for many decades. A wall, 240 kilometers long and 10 meters high, probably is one of the most shameful structures constructed this century. The Americans so far don’t hesitate into the account of to demolish this wall of absurdity after the Berlin wall so far. They are not in a hurry and, probably, aren’t going to leave the peninsula. They make every effort to not allow the unification of the people of Korea, which by all means will lead to the downfall of the US’ position in the Pacific region. To prevent of such a course of events, as history shows, Washington is capable of committing any new crimes. Legally speaking, the war launched 50 years ago still hasn’t come to an end, peace wasn’t agreed, troops stand in their positions, ready to fight. Copyright © 2017. All Rights Reserved. Brad Dueringer The history we learn in the U.S. is revisionist history. This rendition of events is probably much closer to the truth. bitcoin1.618 “History Would be Something Extraordinary, if Only it Were True” –Tolstoy macrodoodle Fucking bullshit. It is to be hoped the author disembowels himself. 😂 rudy HIS hISTORY IS INCOMPLETE? THE NEXT ONE IS CLOSER TO THE TRUTH ! :THE US WARCRIKMES ON NORTH KOREA STARTED IN THE 1949’S ! The North Korean capital of Pyongyang. At bottom, the city in 1953, after an estimated 75% of it was destroyed by US bombing. At top, the city in 1964 after reconstruction. (Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty) The symbolism of this is haunting: The US, in its ruthless destruction, made it easier for the North Korean leaders to rebuild their shattered city into a physical embodiment of Orwellian dystopia. The blame for the North Korean project still rests fully with those leaders, who knew exactly what they were doing. But it is a reminder that the United States once lent those leaders a helping hand in converting their nation into a fascist holdover. In the rare moments when we do talk about the US bombing of North Korea, it can be easy to get lost in debating its long-term political consequences. But the bombing primarily mattered at the time, and still matters today, not because it was politically counterproductive, but because it was horrific and unjust. You can glimpse both the humanitarian and political consequences in an alarmed diplomatic cable that North Korea’s foreign minister sent to the United Nations, which was nominally leading the war effort, in January 1951. Scholar Adam Cathcart dug up the cable a few days ago, which is what got me thinking again about the bombing that America has largely forgotten. Here are some excerpts from the cable, haunting to read today: ON JANUARY 3 AT 10:30 AM, AN ARMADE OF 82 FLYING FORTRESSES LOOSED THEIR DEATH-DEALING LOAD ON THE CITY OF PYONGYANG. … HUNDREDS OF TONS OF BOMBS AND INCENDIARY COMPOUND WERE SIMULTANEOUSLY DROPPED THROUGHOUT THE CITY, CAUSING ANNIHILATING FIRES. IN ORDER TO PREVENT THE EXTINCTION OF THESE FIRES, THE TRANS-ATLANTIC BARBARIANS BOMBED THE CITY WITH DELAYED-ACTION HIGH-EXPLOSIVE BOMBS WHICH EXPLODED AT INTERVALS THROUGHOUT FOR A WHOLE DAY, MAKING IT IMPOSSIBLE FOR THE PEOPLE TO COME OUT ONTO THE STREETS. THE ENTIRE CITY HAS NOW BEEN BURNING, ENVELOPED IN FLAMES, FOR TWO DAYS. BY THE SECOND DAY 7,812 CIVILIANS’ HOUSES HAD BEEN BURNT DOWN. THE AMERICANS WERE WELL AWARE THAT THERE WERE NO MILITARY OBJECTIVES LEFT IN PYONGYANG. … THE NUMBER OF INHABITANTS OF PYONGYANG KILLED BY BOMB SPLINTERS, BURNT ALIVE AND SUFFOCATED BY SMOKE IS INCALCULABLE, SINCE NO COMPUTATION IS POSSIBLE. SOME FIFTY THOUSAND INHABITANTS REMAIN IN THE CITY, WHICH BEFORE THE WAR HAD A POPULATION OF FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND. Even in the English translation from the original Russian, the seeds of North Korea’s now famously vituperative and conspiratorial rhetoric are easy to see; there is an odd reference to “Wall Street bosses” supposedly driving the war. But while today’s North Korean anti-American rhetoric is so often filled with obvious distortions and lies and thus easy to dismiss, this piece of anti-American rhetoric is chillingly real. That makes the cable jarring to read even beyond the sheer awful suffering it describes. It was a moment when the official North Korean characterization of America, one that we today rightly consider propagandistic nonsense, had a lot of truth to it. Rudy Verbuyst http://www.vox.com/2015/8/3/9089913/north-korea-us-war-crime Americans have forgotten what we did to North Korea VOX.COM|DOOR MAX FISHER Vind ik leuk · Beantwoorden · Voorbeeld verwijderen · 23 uur Rudy Verbuyst Rudy Verbuyst The US is all the time blaming, blackening and smearing North Korea so we dont pay attention on the REAL US WARCRIMES they commited in North Korea and the warcrimes they impossed on South Korea to forcely kill theyr own population ! rudy FOR YOUR MEMORY ! http://www.workers.org/2008/world/korea_0703/ 29 jun. 2008 – U.S.-South Korea carried out massacres of civilians … By 1950, more than 300,000 people were forced to join the League. Kim Dong-choon says the police or the military executed many of the League’s forced inductees. … Seven years ago, the U.S. government finally admitted part of its own guilt, that its … The Next Frontier: National Development, Political Change, and the … https://books.google.tn/books?isbn=019988756X – Vertaal deze pagina David T Johnson, Franklin E Zimring – 2009 – Political Science South Korea carried out many thousands of its own wartime executions. … of terror” in 1950, South Korean police and soldiers executed “at least 100,000 people” … At the end of 1949, six months before the Korean War started, 80 percent of all … Summer of Terror: At least 100,000 said executed by Korean ally of US … apjjf.org/-J_S_-Chang/2827 Vertaal deze pagina 2 jul. 2008 – Grave by mass grave, South Korea is unearthing the skeletons and buried … least 100,000 people were executed, in a South Korean population of 20 million. … later in 1950, and the invaders staged their own executions of rightists. …. leftist brother flee to North Korea, never returned after that night in 1949.