The U.S. and its followers kicked off again the Key Resolve and Foal Eagle joint military exercises to stifle the DPRK by force of arms by mobilizing huge armed forces of aggression.
It is the unshakable stand of the army and people of the DPRK and the mode of counteraction of Mt. Paektu style to counter enemies coming in attack with a dagger with a sword, a rifle with an artillery piece and nukes with precision nuclear strike means of Korean style more powerful than them.
“If another undesirable war breaks out on this land as a consequence of the unpardonable actions of the United States and its south Korean puppets, they will sustain an ignominious defeat in the war and our great nation will greet a bright dawn of their reunification.”
This is a paragraph from the speech Kim Jong Un delivered at the banquet held in celebration of August 25, the anniversary of leader Kim Jong Il‘s start of the Songun revolutionary leadership.
This land is neither the Balkans nor Iraq and Libya.
The U.S. should remember lessons of the past Korean War.
Marshall, the former U.S. Secretary of State, confessed: “The myth exploded to atoms, and it became clear to everyone that the United States was not so strong as others had thought her to be.”
Bradley, the then Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, admitted that the Korean War was a “wrong war at the wrong place, at the wrong time and with the wrong enemy.”
MacArthur, former Commander of the U.S. forces in the Far East and concurrently Commander of the UN Forces lamented that “there was no time like today since its foundation when the prestige of the U.S. hit the bottom in the whole world.”
Clark, the former Commander of the UN Forces, signed the Korean Armistice Agreement, and confessed: “In carrying out the instructions of my government, I gained the unenviable distinction of being the first United States Army Commander in history to sign an armistice agreement without victory.”
The U.S. warmonger Taft said that it was very clear that the United States was surely defeated in Korea and that there was no army in the world strong enough to repulse them.
These are lamentations of the U.S. defeated generals who took part in the past Korean War.
One of US brass hat served in the Korean War said that since the start of the war there were 46, 000 runaway soldiers in the U.S. navy and 20, 000 on a monthly average and sometimes 3, 000 per day in the army.
If the U.S. and its followers, unmindful of lessons of history, ignite the fuse of another war, army and people of the DPRK will wipe out the aggressors by dealing at a merciless blow at them and achieve the historic cause of national reunification, the national desire, without fail.