Facts about the patriots and the Declaration of Independence:
* Thomas Jefferson wrote the first draft of the Declaration of Independence in a tavern.
* The first signer of that famous document, John Hancock, was an alcohol dealer.
* Every signer of the Declaration of Independence drank alcoholic beverages. There was no abstainer among these American leaders.
* George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Paul Revere and Patrick Henry. One was a major whiskey distiller, one was a bar tender, one owned a vineyard, and one was a brewer.
DPRK Blasts Reckless U.S. Moves for Beer Invasion
Pyongyang, July 7 (KCNA) -- The commander of the U.S. forces in south Korea on July 6 blustered before those concerned of a possible large-scale beer invasion. Secret documents obtained by Rodong Sinmun asserted the U.S. promise to provide a Coors Brewery to south Korea as part of "OPLAN-5021".
It is the invariable U.S. policy of contaminating the Korean peninsula with Rocky Mountain spring water as a pretext aggression against the DPRK. The U.S. is now busy amassing its hops and grains at the south Korean port of Incheon. The commander of the U.S. forces on July 3 swaggered and boasted that in case south Korea is exposed to provocative beer that the "U.S. would buy them a different beer on the house". This provokes a vicious challenge to the unanimous aspiration and demand of the Korean nation for a beer that finishes smooth and fine.
Lurking behind the malted outpourings of the imperialist warmongers is a foolish attempt to ignite a new war on the Korean Peninsula on a legitimate basis and lay the blame for it on DPRK's Taedonggang Beer Factory. Should the U.S. truly "turn it loose with the Silver Bullet" despite the DPRK's repeated warnings, the DPRK will unleash a merciless barrage of stouts, porters, and lagers across the DMZ onto the south Korean puppet state.
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