It's often said on news and history books…

It's often said on news and history books that North Korea was the first to attack South Korea, is this true?

No, it is not true at all and it is yet another piece of evidence of how  U.S. imperialism falsifies history in such a manner that it becomes the official truth, despite bearing no real veracity.

Hours previous to the attack launched by ROK, which was registered by John Gunther (the biographer of the amerikan fascist general Douglas MacArthur), the United Nations had officially stated that there was no danger of an offensive from the DPRK.


[source: “Economic Democracy: The Political Struggle of the Twenty-First Century“ by J.W. Smith]

Even General MacArthur admitted that the DPRK had not “carried out its mobilisation plan” for war.


[source: “The Hidden History of the Korean War: 1950–1951 (A Nonconformist History of Our Times #2)” by

I.F. Stone]

More damning are the United Nations’ own archives which have documents that very clearly point out that John Foster Dulles, an amerikan diplomat, ordered Syngman Rhee to declare war on North Korea while the U.S. would take this opportunity to release counter-propaganda and lay all the blame on the DPRK.



The amerikan installed fascist puppet
Syngman Rhee

would later admit in 1954 to having started the conflict: