It is an imperative to de-escalate the tense situation on the Korean Peninsula, The U.S. must engage diplomatically with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and immediately sign a peace treaty.
Britain must also make a contribution to peace, the Government of Theresa May and any future Government, should not join any bandwagon that facilitates U.S. war preparations and threats.
Hysteria is being created about the latest missile test by the DPRK, when the crux of the matter is and always has been the ceaseless historic and current U.S. aggression against the DPRK.
Pressure to submit to the U.S. dictate is being put on our own working people, The pressure is to fall into hysterics about what is taking place on the Korean Peninsula, so that no one can calmly consider what is taking place and work out their independent thinking for solutions that favour the interests of the workers and peoples of the world.
Instead of the U.S. opening talks with the DPRK, it has ramped up military exercises and sanctions. The U.S. sent three aircraft carriers — the USS Ronald Reagan, Theodore Roosevelt and Nimitz — and their multi-ship strike groups as well as B-1 bombers for exercises with South Korea and Japan.
Next week, they will deploy six F-22 Raptor stealth fighters and F-35 aircraft and Around 12,000 U.S. personnel.
The U.S. re-added the DPRK to its list of “state sponsors of terrorism,” despite the U.S. being the biggest state sponsor of terrorism the world over and the DPRK having attacked no one.
The next day, the U.S. announced additional sanctions against individuals and groups involved in trade with the DPRK, including several Chinese companies.
To contribute to a diplomatic and peaceful resolution all peace-loving people must demand that the U.S. immediately end its war exercises in and around Korea to create conditions to sign a peace treaty so that its troops can be withdrawn along with its arsenal of nuclear weapons and military hardware from on and around the Korean Peninsula.
This will contribute to the possibility of normalizing diplomatic relations with the DPRK.
It would immediately de-escalate the situation and permit the Korean people in the north and south to sort out their differences between themselves so as to achieve their ultimate shared goal of national reunification.
This would take pressure off of China and Russia, who are also U.S. targets.
We must petition Against War and Aggression on the Korean Peninsula.
This will help to ensure that people do not fall sway to imperialist disinformation Beitain must not become embroiled in U.S.-led aggression against the DPRK.
Britain can contribute to peace and move forward the aim of establishing an anti-war government in this country.
Britain itself can become a Zone for Peace!