Appeal to S. Koreans
Pyongyang, June 8 (KCNA) -- The British Group for the Study of the Juche Idea - Works of Comrade Kim Jong Il, the British Society for the Study of Songun Politics, the Group for the Study of Songun Politics in the U.S. and the All Anti-Imperialists Wishing to Build Solidarity with the DPRK in the U.S. issued a joint appeal to the south Koreans on May 26. The appeal referred to the anti-U.S. struggle that swept all parts of south Korea in the wake of GIs' murder of two young schoolgirls two years ago.
It accused the U.S. of making frantic preparations to launch the second Korean war in a bid to exterminate the Korean nation under the pretext of the nuclear issue.
The appeal said: Today the destiny of not only south Koreans but all other Koreans has been seriously jeopardized by the U.S. This grim reality calls upon all the Koreans in the north and the south to turn out as one in a nationwide anti-U.S. struggle.
The Koreans have strength and conditions enough to defeat the U.S. on a nationwide scale. The DPRK is making a victorious advance thanks to the might of Songun and south Korea is witnessing an astonishing political reality in which the popular masses desirous of the new are emerging victorious and successfully meeting the challenge of the U.S. and the reactionary forces in unity.
The appeal called upon all the patriotic-minded south Koreans to put an end to the U.S. imperialists' colonial rule over south Korea, turn out in a struggle to completely remove the root cause of war from the Korean peninsula and uphold the great Songun politics in the same spirit with which they won in the general election.
The followers of the Songun idea and anti-imperialist fighters in the U.S. and Britain are firmly convinced that the south Koreans who have a tradition of the heroic anti-U.S. struggle will certainly emerge victorious in the struggle to bring about a new society and a new history of independence and reunification free from the U.S. imperialist aggressor forces under the banner of the great Songun politics and the June 15 North-South Joint Declaration.