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Japan Accused of Toeing U.S. Line

Pyongyang, May 14 (KCNA) — Some time ago, Abe, acting secretary general of Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party, reportedly asserted at the talks with the UN secretary general as for the stalled six-party talks that the nuclear issue of north Korea has to be referred to the UN Security Council if Pyongyang continues to boycott the talks. This assertion was echoed by the Japanese foreign minister.

Commenting on it, Rodong Sinmun today says:
Such behavior fully revealed the wrong stand and intention of Japan zealously following the U.S. keen to bring up the “nuclear issue” of the DPRK for discussion at the UNSC at any cost. If Japan persists in the anti-DPRK campaign, this will only precipitate its self-destruction.

Japan has so far hindered the resumption of the six-way talks by hook or by crook, while dancing to the tune of the U.S.
That is why it is afraid that the resumed talks may drive Japan to a tight corner.

The Japanese reactionaries’ loudmouthed “nuclear threat” from the DPRK and their call for “referring the issue to the UNSC” are part of such obstructive moves.

The DPRK has never posed any “threat” to Japan and there has been no “nuclear threat” from the DPRK.

What they call “nuclear threat” from the DPRK is sophism the U.S. cooked up to use it as leverage for putting pressure on the DPRK. Japan should renounce its wild nuclear design before raising a hue and cry over
“nuclear threat” from other country.

Lurking behind the argument of the Japanese reactionaries about the “nuclear threat” from the DPRK is their wicked intention to realize the ambition for nuclear weaponization and reinvasion. It is by no means fortuitous that they asserted.

Japan may fight a war with north Korea and Japan should make a preemptive attack on north Korea with the backing of the
U.S. before it is be engulfed in flames.

Japan’s involvement in the U.S. nuclear campaign against the DPRK poses a direct military threat to the DPRK and constitutes a step forward in staging a comeback to Korea.

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