Pyongyang, September 16 (KCNA) — The South Korean authorities decided to officially call the Japanese king “emperor.” Rodong Sinmun in a commentary today brands it as a concentric revelation of servile spirit and pro-Japanese flunkeyist treachery.
It is another treachery of reviving the ghost of Japanese imperialism, the news analyst says, and goes on:
Pressed by the people’s feelings against Japan, the successive authorities of South Korea had refrained from calling the Japanese king “emperor.” the present South Korean authorities are outdistancing their predecessors in pro-Japanese treacheries.
The present chief executive of South Korea often expressed anti-Japanese sentiments before he took office as he had been at the crossroads of life and death, kidnapped in Japan by agents of the “Agency for National Security Planning.”
Now he has begun to cling to the coattails of the Japanese reactionaries. This shows his double-dealing and servile characters.
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