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Japan’s wild design for overseas expansion

Pyongyang, November 13 (KCNA) — Newspapers here today have come hard on Japan’s dangerous moves.


Some time ago, Japan worked out a detailed plan for the “operation of rescuing” Japanese in an emergency on the Korean peninsula and staged the military drill of the “Self-Defense Forces” to put it into practice.

Expressing his hope that the diet would discuss the “law on emergencies” at its regular session expected in January next year, the chief executive of Japan underscored the need to adopt a law allowing the “SDF” to promptly handle the military crisis and disclosed his intention to take a legal measure to inspect ships in a bid to cope with the “emergency” on the Korean peninsula.

A signed commentary of Rodong Sinmun terms the Japanese reactionaries’ moves as the outcome of their long-standing wild ambition for overseas expansion.

Japan seeks to stage a comeback to Korea and set out on the road of aggression against Asia by hurling its aggression forces into the Korean peninsula under the pretext of military “cooperation” and “support” to the U.S. if the U.S. provokes another war there, the commentary observes, and goes on:

All these developments in Japan presuppose a war on the Korean peninsula.

Japan’s loudmouthed “emergency” will not be limited to the Korean peninsula.

Japan is mistaken if it thinks it will be safe in an “emergency” on the Korean peninsula.

The Japanese reactionaries will be the primary target of strike if they try to realize their wild ambition for overseas expansion at any cost under the pretext of military “cooperation” and “support” to the U.S.

Minju Joson in a signed commentary warns. If the Japanese reactionaries, defying repeated warnings of Korea, run wild to achieve their wild design for reinvasion, taking advantage of an “emergency” on the Korean peninsula, it will only lead them to self-destruction.

The only way out for Japan is to drop their daydream of reinvasion, properly liquidate its crime-woven past and turn over a new leaf, declares the commentary.

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