The satiric poem “Naked America” is being popular in the DPRK. The poem, which lampoons the true colors of the American morality and civilization, was created in the early 1960s, actuated by the atrocity committed by GIs who stripped a south Korean woman naked and painted her body before forcing her out to the street in broad daylight.
Rim Pong Chol, a writer of the April 15 Literary Production Company, said: Though over half a century has passed, the poem still reminds everyone of the brutal nature of the U.S. paying only lip-service to the world peace. It is not once or twice that the well-dressed ringleaders of the U.S. imperialists have made false statements on the international arena in order to justify their armed invasion of sovereign states.
But today, the present U.S. chief executive blustered at the UN General Assembly that he would wipe the DPRK of 25 million people off the map. That is why we call old lunatic Trump nothing but naked beast for corrupting the international arena with his gangster-like way of thinking bereft of elementary discrimination and reason.
Now, the DPRK army and people clearly see the invariably filthy and disgusting entity, called the U.S., through the dirty looks of Trump.
As stressed in the poem, all the army and people of the DPRK will surely exile the U.S. imperialist wolves from the earth.