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Anti-U.S. Actions Called for

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)

    Pyongyang, March 21 (KCNA) --An anti-U.S. struggle is a primary common task to be waged by the Koreans for national dignity and interests and peace and reunification of the country. They should, therefore, frustrate the U.S. policy to stifle and isolate the DPRK and its moves to start a nuclear war by concerted efforts. Rodong Sinmun Monday observes this in a signed article. The article goes on:
    The anti-Japanese struggle represented patriotism in the last century as it was the struggle to liberate the usurped country but now the anti-U.S. struggle represents patriotism because it is the struggle to reunify the divided country and nation.
    It is a very just and patriotic struggle for protecting the dignity, interests and welfare of the nation to put an end to the U.S. criminal policy of occupation of south Korea.
    Due to the U.S. high-handed interference and arbitrary practices and reckless moves for a new war, the process to develop the inter-Korean relations and the movement for independent reunification have hit a snag and a tense situation has been created on the Korean Peninsula.
    All Koreans in the north and the south and overseas are the driving force in the fierce struggle against the U.S. and its might lies in their unity.
    Even U.S. nuclear weapons will not prove effective when all Koreans pool their efforts and wage a dynamic joint struggle to frustrate the U.S. moves of confrontation and war against reunification.
    All the fellow countrymen in the north and the south and overseas should intensify their sacred anti-U.S. struggle to protect the national dignity and honor so that they may not suffer any longer such disgrace as seeing the national sovereignty and dignity being infringed upon and pave a wide avenue for their independent development, concludes the article.

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