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US slaughtered over 100,000 prisoners during US invasion of Korea

Suspected partisans taken for execution by South Korean Army In the US, it is always called the ‘Korean War’ simply to cover up the fact that it was really the US invasion of Korea, followed by our long occupation of the southern part of the Korean Peninsula. Millions died, and over 100,000 of them were innocent Korean civilians picked up by US directed forces off the streets and then simply slaughtered. AP: U.S. Okayed Korean War Massacres The history was then swept under the rug.

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  1. It’s getting harder and harder to distinguish between the USA and Nazi Germany, except that Germany stopped, and we didn’t…

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