Title: Yesterday Today, U.S. Imperialism-Mastermind of Aggression on Korea
Photographer(s): Various photographers
Writer(s): Kim Il Sung
Publisher(s): Korean People's army Publishing House, Pyongyang, North Korea
Year: 1977 (presumably)
Size: 14,5 x 21 cm
Nation(s) and year(s) of Protest: North Korea, 1950 - 1974
The Imperialist... make aggression an war their regular business, their basic means of existence. Aggression and war are a constant companion of imperialism. U.S. imperialism in particular, has carried out all sorts of foul atrocious plunder everywhere in the world by means of the most brutal and barbarous wars since the first days of its birth, and has fattened on the sweat and blood of hundreds of millions of people.
the situation has become aggravated to the extreme in Korea today and has engendered the danger that war may break out again at any moment, not because we have committed any act of violating the territory of the United States of America of menacing its sovereignty and security, but because the U.S. imperialists have come to our country, thousands of miles away from theirs and stepped up their policies of aggression and war against the Korean people.
KIM IL SUNG
By the introduction of the book.