calendar>>June 11. 2013 Juche 102
GIs' Crimes during Korean War Denounced
Pyongyang, June 11 (KCNA) -- The royal seal of the Feudal Joson Dynasty, which had disappeared during the June 25 Korean War ignited by the U.S. imperialists, was recently discovered in the U.S.

This shows that the U.S. imperialists are the sworn enemy of the Korean nation and freebooters and plunderers, Minju Joson Tuesday says in a bylined commentary.

During the Korean War GIs revealed their aggressive nature as plunderers and murderers, the commentary says, and goes on:

They used to claim "charity" and "benevolence", but during the war they shouted orders to kill all Koreans irrespective of age and sex. They used to carry bibles in their hands, but they went hell-bent on killing Koreans with arms and guns during the war, putting the Nazi group of Hitler in the shade.

When they took to flight from Pyongyang, Yankees destroyed the Pyongyang Museum and plundered exhibits and also took gold Buddha from Yongmyong Temple. Immeasurable are the precious historic artifacts of the Korean nation looted by the U.S. imperialists.

Their indiscriminate bombings reduced almost all historic relics of Korea to ashes or seriously destroyed them.

Theirs in Korea are the most heinous crimes in wanton violation of international law as they breached the law on ground warfare which bans the destruction and plunder of historic relics and artifacts during combat action.

The U.S. should admit all the historical crimes it committed against the Korean people and make an apology and full reparation for them.

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