Tag: Korean War

Rolling Thunder Prez: We Will Ride Until We Get Answers from Our Government

The annual “Ride for Freedom” on Memorial Day weekend will keep raging until the government brings prisoners of war (POWs) back home and closure to the families of American service members who are still missing in action (MIAs), the national president of Rolling Thunder, which organizes the event, told Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot Channel 125.

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North Korea’s Nuclear Test Derailed Secret Peace Talks with U.S.

The Korean War never actually ended — both North Korea and the United States are in their seventh decade of a temporary armistice — but over the weekend it surfaced that the North Koreans quietly reached out to the U.S. for a permanent peace treaty last fall, only to change their minds and abandon the effort after their illegal nuclear weapons test on January 6.

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North Korea Using Photos of South Korean President for Target Practice

United Press International (UPI) reports that North Korean soldiers are using pictures of South Korean President Park Geun-hye for target practice. They are putting pictures of her on targets and blasting away, with the “training session” broadcast by the dictatorship’s TV station as propaganda.

‘Fatty Monster U.S. Imperialists’: North Korea Celebrates Hate America Month

On Thursday, the North Korean government culminated the celebration of “Struggle Against US Imperialism Month” with a large stadium commemoration of the anniversary of the Korean War. In addition to propaganda significantly more belligerent than its usual fare and praise for communist leader Kim Il Sung and current dictator Kim Jong Un, the nation’s museums were teeming with individuals observing the holiday.

Abortion Advocate Gloria Steinem Heads Campaign To End Korean War

While North Korean television depicted women in colorful traditional garb welcoming Steinem and the other activists along a main street in Pyongyang, hundreds of South Koreans reportedly accused the activists of “flattering Kim Jong-un” and promoting a “fake peace.” These protesters said the activists had allowed themselves to be used as propaganda by North Korea.