Inter-Korean & Reunification

S. Korean Military Found to be Maintaining US Depleted Uranium Shells

It was recently disclosed that the south Korean military has taken care of depleted uranium shells of the US forces in south Korea, which provoked a public outcry.

The south Korean Air Force has reportedly mobilized its manpower to maintain 1.32 million depleted uranium shells of the US forces, which are stored in an air force airport in Suwon, Kyonggi Province, and have spent a large sum of money on it every year.

Revelations went in the past that the US transferred all the depleted uranium shells to south Korea from the US military base in Okinawa in the face of strong protest by the Japanese people and that it stockpiled a total of 2.74 million of them in the US military bases in Suwon and Osan in Kyonggi Province and Chongju in North Chungchong Province, to provoke a furor. But this is the first time they were revealed to have been under the direct management of the south Korean military.

It shows to what extent the south Korean authorities have gone in their shameful submissive attitude towards the US.

As to the depleted uranium bombs, their use is universally forbidden as they seriously damage the ecological environment and cause leukemia, cancer, and other fatal diseases.

The US used lots of such bombs in the Gulf War, Balkan War, and Iraq War to kill many people and even GIs who used the bombs in those wars are suffering from many diseases.

The south Korean military have stored such devil-like bombs at the expense of the blood tax collected from the south Korean people.

Such an act is so disgusting as they carefully stockpiled the bombs the world people curse, not content with making the whole of south Korea a biochemical weapon test area and waste disposal ground for the US.

South Korea is the only one to beg the US to station its forces there, offering the taxpayers’ money to the latter—a practice that cannot be seen in other places of the world where there are US military bases.

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