Pyongyang, October 26 (KCNA) — The South Korean chief executive in a recent meeting with the Japanese Prime Minister on a visit to South Korea to attend the Japan-South Korea “ministerial meeting” begged him to realize the South Korean visit of the “Emperor.” Rodong Sinmun today in a signed commentary lambastes this as pro-Japanese treachery.
The commentary says:
Japanese “Emperor” whom the South Korean authorities are so anxious to bring into South Korea is the symbol of the Japanese who imposed the colonial rule on the Korean people for nearly half a century and inflicted all kinds of misfortune and sufferings upon them.
The Japanese reactionaries are openly whetting the sword to launch reinvasion, far from liquidating its criminal past and apologizing to the Korean nation for it.
The South Korean authorities sold off Tok Islet, an inalienable part of the territory of the nation, and its surrounding fishing grounds to Japan, their master. They are polluting and obliterating national culture by introducing the Japanese fashions and way of life. These are worst crimes indelible down through generations to come as they are not only selling the country but laying a bridge for the Japanese militarist forces’ reinvasion.
The South Korean authorities should stop serving the U.S. and Japanese masters, if they do not want to be thrown into the garbage ground of history as pro-Japanese flunkeyists and traitors worse than the “five traitors of 1905.”
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