Pyongyang, October 30 (KCNA) — The resignation of Nishimura is an inevitable product of Japan’s political climate that is getting more right-wing as the days go by, Minju Joson today in a signed commentary says, and goes on:
A few days ago, Nishimura, vice-director general for political affairs of the Defence Agency, resigned in less than 20 days after his assumption of office for calling for the nuclear armament of Japan.
The Japanese reactionaries, afraid of strong protests and denunciation at home and abroad, are now trying to describe his call as an expression of his own “will.”
The three ruling coalition parties are orienting themselves toward militarization and overseas expansion.
With the appearance of the coalition government the Japanese high-ranking authorities are moving into higher gear to make Japan’s militarization and overseas expansion a fait accompli.
Japan’s nuclear armament is aimed at becoming a nuclear and military giant to build material foundations for overseas aggression.
The Japanese reactionaries should stop their reckless moves for overseas aggression, mindful that they are a perilous act that will lead Japan to a complete ruin.
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