calendar>>July 30. 2014 Juche 103
With No Burlesque Can U.S. Paint Its Defeat as Victory: Rodong Sinmun
Pyongyang, July 30 (KCNA) -- Two days before July 27 U.S. President Obama made "presidential proclamation" in which he estimated the big loss suffered by the U.S. forces in the Korean war.

He blustered that the U.S. imperialist aggressor forces secured a "hard-earned victory" in the war, while describing their miserable deaths as "sacrifices made for peace".

Rodong Sinmun Wednesday observes in an article in this regard: This is nothing but a strange charade for painting the defeat in the war as a "victory" in it.

History can never be altered, concealed or cooked up, the article notes, and goes on:

Bosses of the White House have been replaced by new ones since the 1950s but the U.S. harsh hostile policy toward the DPRK remains unchanged.

The Obama administration is so foolish and naive that it still fails to understand the passage of time would make the U.S. position more unfavorable.

It is self-evident that the U.S. ruling quarters are unable to properly understand the profound principle and history of the Korean revolution as they are keen on aggression and high-handed and arbitrary practices and blinded with money making.

Nothing will change in the heritage of Obama no matter how hard he may paint the U.S. defeat on July 27 as "victory".

He seems to be nervous about the heritage of his administration as the tenure of his office is to expire before long. It is only the disgraceful tradition he can hand to the next administration as regards the Korean issue because he has sustained only setbacks, hit hard by the DPRK.

The Obama government would be well advised to clearly understand that its distortion of history would never help escape its final doom.

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