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In North Korea, began to clean anti-American propaganda

Asian Correspondent drew attention to how the rhetoric of North Korea’s propaganda was replaced.

If earlier the US, South Korea and Japan were considered to be the culprits of all the troubles of the DPRK, now Pyongyang calls for “rapprochement with them” and reducing tensions.

New posters that can be seen throughout the territory of the DPRK call for a rapprochement with former enemies in order to counter the “danger of war”.

According to eyewitnesses, in the demilitarized zone of the DPRK it is already impossible to find anti-American posters, stamps and postcards, which were previously in abundance at any souvenir shop.

Propaganda posters in Pyongyang / Getty Images
Seoul National University stated that anti-American sentiment simply disappeared.

According to experts, this is a very good sign, giving hope that the DPRK is really ready to reorient and join the international community.

Propaganda is of decisive importance in the DPRK, since citizens of the country are deprived of access to independent sources of information.

Selection of anti-American propaganda

An image made on a fresco in the Museum of "War Atrocities of America", dedicated to the massacre in Sinkhon in 1950. Which, according to the North Korean government, was conducted by the US Army, although it was most likely the result of internal violence between communist factions within North Korea. / Sinchon Museum of American War Atrocities
An image made on a fresco in the Museum of “War Atrocities of America”, dedicated to the massacre in Sinkhon in 1950. Which, according to the North Korean government, was conducted by the US Army, although it was most likely the result of internal violence between communist factions within North Korea. / Sinchon Museum of American War Atrocities
Literal translation: “Let us crush the scheme of the US nuclear war by the united strength of our entire people.” / The Guardian Sinchon Museum of American War Atrocities Literal translation: “Reflect the American invader.” Bandage: “There’s the US armed forces!” / The Guardian
Sinchon Museum of American War Atrocities
Sinchon Museum of American War Atrocities
“Struggle with coercion by strong blows, and with punishments – ruthless repayment.” / The Guardian Sinchon Museum of American War Atrocities North Korean propaganda for the youngest. / The Guardian
Sinchon Museum of American War Atrocities
Sinchon Museum of American War Atrocities
"Now the entire state is in the range of our missiles!" / The Guardian
“Now the entire state is in the range of our missiles!” / The Guardian
Sinchon Museum of American War Atrocities North Korean propaganda for the youngest. / The Guardian
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