작성일 : 17-07-14 17:01
Mr.Roh Stresses U.S. Normalization with N Korea.
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A forum on the Korean Issues of relationship between DPRK and U.S.A was held on July 13,2017 at The International Action Center-Los Angeles. Mr.Kilnam Roh delivered a speech on The Crisis of the Korean pininsula at the forum. Contents of his speech are summerized by the following:

Report For International Action Center


July 13,2017 at IAC-Los Angeles


U.S. news media reported  ICBM test by N Korea is a threat to U.S.A. and Asia’s region. An Opinion Poll by the Politico Morning Consult  from 1,983 voters from July 7 ~ 9 in 2017 reported that 40% of them showed N Korea threat to U.S., 30% from IS, 16% from Russia, 5% from China, 3% from Iran. Trump also mentioned today at the joint news conference in Paris that new threats are coming from N Korea, Iran, Syria.  I think reality is totally different. I can say the real threat is coming from the provocations of the U.S. military force.

In order to prove it, we should take a look at :




Historical background

about the relationship

 between Korea and U.S.A.



More than 5000 years

Morning calm country

Peace-loving Korea which has experienced

  1,000 times of being invaded by other countries


-US Ship Sherman invaded the Korean Peninsula in 1866

-US made a unfair treaty with Korea in 1882-

-US made a secret agreement called Taft-Gazura Meet with Japan in 1905, then

 (Japan occupied Korea and ruled 36 years by Japanese forces, meanwhile the US occupied the Philippines.)

-Korea was liberated from Japan on August 15, 1945 but it was only for 23 days.

-USA and Soviet Union divided Koreas:

 The South Korean Gov’t was  established on August 15, 1948 and N Korean Gov’t was  established on September 9, 1948

 (Russian forces withdrew from N Korea in December, 1948, but US forces remained in S Korea until now)

-Korean War from June 25, 1950 thru July 27, 1953:  3 ~5 million Koreans were killed by U.S. forces in the war.


No Gun Ri Massacre

Part of the Korean War

The twin-underpass railroad bridge at No Gun Ri, South Korea, in 1960. Ten years earlier, members of the U.S. military killed a large number of South Korean refugees under and around the bridge, early in the Korean War.

The twin-underpass railroad bridge at No Gun Ri, South Korea, in 1960. Ten years earlier, members of the U.S. military killed a large number of South Korean refugees under and around the bridge, early in the Korean War.

No Gun Ri Massacre is located in South Korea No Gun Ri Massacre

Location    Nogeun-ri, South Korea (also known as No Gun Ri)

Coordinates:   36°1255N 127°5251E

Date     July 26, 1950 – July 29, 1950

Attack type

Shooting and air attack

Deaths At least 163 dead or missing, according to South Korea

About 400 dead, according to survivors

Unknown, according to the U.S.

Victims       South Korean refugees

Nogeun-ri minganin haksal sageon) occurred on July 2629, 1950, early in the Korean War, when an undetermined number of South Korean refugees were killed in a U.S. air attack and by small- and heavy-weapons fire of the 7th Cavalry Regiment at a railroad bridge near the village of Nogeun-ri (Korean: 노근리), 100 miles (160 km) southeast of Seoul.


 In 2005, a South Korean government inquest certified the names of 163 dead or missing and 55 wounded, and added that many other victims' names were not reported. The South Korean government-funded No Gun Ri Peace Foundation estimated in 2011 that 250–300 were killed, mostly women and children.


***U.S.forces’ Massacre to S Koreans:  mostly refugees including children and women:


Seoul 10,000 innocent people Massacre in S Korea,

2nd period : 140,700 people Massacre from September 28, 1950 thru Nov.13,1951

Choonchun 30,000 in S Korea,

Inchon  5,000 in S Korea,

Soowon 1,100 in S Korea,

Choongju 2,000 in S Korea,

Kongju 600 in S Korea,

Pyongtaek 600 in S Korea,

Taejun 8,600 in S Korea,

Booyo 2,000 in S Korea,

Chungju 2,000 in S Korea,

Chunjoo 4,000 in S Korea,

Ansung 500 in S Korea,

Kimhae 750 in S Korea,

Chinyoung 335 in S Korea,

Koonsan 400 in S Korea,

Anyang 400 in S Korea,

Kwangju 3,000 in S Korea,

Tongyong 800 in S Korea,



3 million to 5 million innocent North Koreans as well as South Korens were killed by the attack of the U.S. military forces during the Korean war period.


***U.S. Air forces dropped over 400,000 bombs at Pyongyang, capital city of DPRK(City Pop.400,000 citizens)

Totally Destructed except one building!  …..How to reconstruct ?  They rebuild for themselves.



 인민군대의 일시적인 전략적후퇴시기에도 미제침략자들은 남조선의 곳곳에서 짐승도 낯을 붉힐 잔악한 학살만행을 감행하였다.

1950 9 인천에 상륙한 미제침략군은 첫날 하루동안에만도 무고한 주민 1 300여명을 사살하였으며 9 28일부터 11 13일까지의 기간에는 무려 5 5 900여명의 평화적주민들을 《공산분자》로 몰아 검거, 투옥, 학살하였다.


그리고 서울에서는 1950 9월부터 1951 2월까지의 기간에 무려 14 7 000여명의 무고한 인민들을 살해하였다.

사람잡이에 미친 미제침략군은 심지어 학살한 사람들의 머리가죽을 벗겨내여 《기념품》으로 나누어가지는 소름끼치는 야만행위도 서슴없이 감행하였다.

당시 프랑스의 신문도 20세기의 최대의 만행은 미군이 조선에서 감행하였다.》고 강력히 폭로단죄하였다.


***Truce agreement---USA violated this for a long time: 1000 Nuke warheads in S Korea and Joint military exercises almost every Season, every year…

-The 30thUN General Meeting: Decisions to kick out US Troops out of S Korea but US did not obey…


***Pueblo Spy ship Violation of invading N Korea’s sea on Jan.23, 1968(Official Apology and 82 crews were released after 11 months), E-121 with 31 spy crews Fell down in April 15, 1969, Panmujum Incicent on Aug.18,1976(two Gis were killed by N Korean forces at the Panmunjum.


***How many times U.S.A. imperialists have invaded other countries since 1776?

--About 150 times including Iraq and middle east countries, Korea and Asian countries, Latin American countries,  African countries, and so on



***How many times U.S.A. imperialists have committed covert illegal actions to other countries such as conspiracy, assassination, coup,  etc.?

--About 15,000 times according to Brian Wilson, an activist of the peace movement.


***DPRK has negotiated with U.S. government many times, but often ending with disappointing results in order to stand alone and survive, N Korea decided to build their own means possessing a nuclear deterrence. As you know U.S. military forces are bullies, but N Korea is just small country. That’s why DPRK has long prepared how to protect themselves.


*Nuke Test-Underground….                                       


(1)  2006.10.9 N Korea  Nuke Test  (RS-진도 4.2, 핵출력 TNT 2 kt)

(2)  2009. 5.25 N  Korea Nuke Test ( RS-진도 4.8, 핵출력 TNT 13 kt)

(3)  2013. 2.12 N  Korea Nuke (RS-진도 5.2, 핵출력 TNT 40 kt)--------------------------------Kim Jong Un Era

(4)  2016,1,6 4th Nuke Test……………………………………………………..Kim Jong Un ERA

(5)  2016.9.9 5th Nuke Test………………………………………………………Kim Jong Un Era


김정일시대 18년 동안 16발 발사시험 했는데 김정은 시대에 들어와 불과 5년동안에 30여발 이상 발사시험하여 짧은 시간에2배에 달했다. 그리고 작년 한해동안에 두차례에 걸쳐 지하핵시험을 전개하였다.

Kim Jong Il Era-16 times Missile Test in 18 years and over 30 times Missile Test in 5 years in Kim Jong Eun Era.

Liquid Fuel to Solid Fuel with moving equipment for firing missile.


*발사현장 동영상 보기:





Report of DPRK Academy of Defence Science


 Pyongyang, July 4 (KCNA) -- The Academy of Defence Science of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea released the following report Tuesday:


 Scientists and technicians of the DPRK Academy of Defence Science successfully carried out the test-fire of inter-continental ballistic rocket Hwasong-14, newly researched and developed by them under the strategic decision of Kim Jong Un,chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea, chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army.


 The rocket blasted off from the northwestern part of the DPRK at 9:00, July 4, Juche 106 (2017) to make 39 minute flight along its pre-set trajectory before accurately hitting the target waters in the open sea in the East Sea of Korea.


 The test-launch was carried out at the maximum angle launch system and had no adverse effect on the security of neighboring countries.


 The rocket was boosted to the maximum height of 2, 802km and traveled 933km distance.

 Kim Jong Un, Supreme Leader of our party, state and the army, personally observed the process of the test-launch in field and solemnly declared before the world its shining success.


 The success in the test-fire of inter-continental ballistic rocket Hwasong-14, final gate to rounding off the state nuclear force, at just one go is a powerful manifestation of the invincible state might and the tremendous capability of the self-reliant national defence industry of Juche Korea that has advanced at a remarkably rapid pace under the great Workers' Party of Korea's new line on the simultaneous development of the two fronts, and a great auspicious event to be specially recorded in the history of the DPRK which has long craved for powerful defence capabilities.


 As a full-fledged nuclear power that has been possessed of the most powerful inter-continental ballistic rocket capable of hitting any part of the world, along with nuclear weapons, the DPRK will fundamentally put an end to the U.S. nuclear war threat and blackmail and reliably defend the peace and stability of the Korean peninsula and the region. -0-


U.S., S. Korea Stage Anti-DPRK Bombing Drill


 Pyongyang, July 8 (KCNA) -- The U.S. imperialists sent two B-1B nuclear strategic bombers based in Guam to south Korea to stage a drill aiming at precision strike at the DPRK on Saturday, according to the south Korean Yonhap News.


 The nuclear bombers, together with F-16s of the U.S. Air Force and F-15Ks of the south Korean Air Force, conducted live-fire drill aiming at rocket ramp and underground facilities of the DPRK in a firing range in Kangwon Province of south Korea.



 And they flew toward the Military Demarcation Line area, posing continued threat to the DPRK

 The U.S. imperialists and the south Korean puppet warmongers claimed that the drill was a "strong counteraction" to the repeated rocket-launches of the DPRK.

 Such brigandish moves will only precipitate their own destruction. -0-


***KCNA Commentary Urges

 U.S. to Make Switchover in Its DPRK Policy


 Pyongyang, July 8 (KCNA) -- Heard from former dignitaries and experts in the Korean issue of various countries of the world are strong demand for the U.S. to make a switchover in its hostile policy toward the DPRK.


 Calls from within the U.S., in particular, urge the Trump administration to make a bold switchover in the policy, facing up to the situation in which the structure of forces have undergone a change between the DPRK and the U.S.


 Eric Gomez, senior fellow at the Cato Institute in the U.S., said the U.S. policy toward the DPRK is a total failure, urging the Trump administration to go back to the drawing board to reshape it. He also commented that the "maximum pressure" policy may easily be accepted by Americans at present but it is the one of rare possibility in leading north Korea into a change.


 A former policy researcher under the Bush administration, Benette Ramberg, in his commentary said the U.S. and south Korea have to admit the status quo of the nuclear issue of north Korea, stressing that it is a pipedream for one to think of getting north Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons, and urging the need to explore ways for co-existing with north Korea, a possessor of nukes.

 Doug Bandow, senior fellow at the Cato Institute and former special assistant to ex-President Ronald Reagan, in his commentary "North Korean crisis inches close to a boiling point. Now is a time to think over" said:

 The U.S. had better reexamine its commitment to "security" in south Korea. In fact, the U.S. is left with no reason to continue to protect south Korea after the end of the Korean War.

 The U.S. may opt to stop the presence of its forces and scrap the commitment to "security" in a phased manner.


 What is important is that the withdrawal of the U.S. forces may write off the U.S. from the north Korea's list of attack targets.


 The easiest way for clearing the U.S. of its concern about north Korea's missiles targeting the U.S. mainland is to get its hands off the Korean peninsula issue.


 The U.S. should no longer be inveigled into the nuclear danger on the Korean peninsula.

 The director for state security planning of a research institute in Sidney contended that co-existence with north Korea, a possessor of long-range nuclear missiles, is the only way out for Washington at the moment until it swallows bitter pill.


 Situation is undergoing a rapid change.


 Time has now come for the U.S. to drop its hopeless hostile policy toward the DPRK.

 The U.S. had better face up to the trend of history, make a switchover in its DPRK policy and thus fulfill its responsibility in ensuring peace on the Korean peninsula.


 This will be beneficial for the U.S., too. -0-




--U.S. government should apology and compensate about War Crimes and so on. 


--U.S. government should have normalization with N Korea by the peace treaty and should support its reunification. (as you know 10 million Korean family members are separated by the division!)


--U.S. military forces should stop joint military exercises by threatening N Korea and should withdraw U.S. forces out of S Korea. This is action for peace!


--IF THOSE ARE NOT OCCURRED, U.S. military forces are all danger in S Korea and Japan, Okinawa, Guam, Alaska. U.S. mainland is also danger in the near future. Therefore U.S.A.  and DPRK should have peace treaty  replacing the 1953 truce agreement as soon as possible.


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John Parker 17-07-17 00:16
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Much thanks to Ken Roh for sharing truths about the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (North Korea) and its history of being targeted by U.S. aggression that we are never allowed to hear from corporate media.

 We even had 6 uninvited "guests" who tried to disrupt our meeting by standing outside with bullhorns cursing at our Korean guests and singing the National Anthem and America the Beautiful (way off key), and signs that actually said they welcomed U.S. war missiles in South Korea and supported provocations against North Korea.

 Just last Saturday 2000 lb bombs were recently dropped near the DPRK in a live-fire bombing drill by two U.S. supersonic bombers in South Korea. Undoubtedly reactionary forces are feeling empowered by Trump and the Democratic Party's pushing of
war in Syria and the DPRK. And, they have the use of corporate media's both subtle and blatant lies, magnified by Hollywood and TV depictions pushing the demonization of the people of the DPRK and their leadership.

 So, we have a responsibility to not be deterred by bullies with bullhorns and continue to challenge the lies that enable U.S. war and terror - whether it's being pushed by Trump or so-called progressive Democrats.

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