Pyongyang, June 8 (KCNA) — Rodong Sinmun Wednesday carries a signed article disclosing the deceptive nature of the Japanese reactionaries’ loudmouthed “theory on threat from north Korea”.
A real threat is posed by Japan to the DPRK, the article says, and goes on:
Japan, the assailant, is raising a hue and cry over “threat” from the DPRK, the victim. This reminds one of a thief crying “Stop the thief!”
The real purpose sought by the Japanese reactionaries in trumpeting about the “threat” is to justify their arms buildup and moves for reinvasion and use it as a pretext and a justification for speeding up the nuclear weaponization.
Japan has stockpiled plutonium enough to make at least 4,000 nukes. It, therefore, felt the need to paint itself as an “anti-nuke champion” in a bid to cover up its wild ambition for its nuclear weaponization. Its fiction about “threat from north Korea” is meant to serve this purpose.
Another aim sought by the Japanese reactionaries in spreading the fiction is to fan up hostility towards the DPRK among the Japanese, provide a social environment for driving young Japanese to reinvasion of Korea and create an atmosphere favorable for Japan’s emergence as a political power on the international arena.
The “threat from north Korea” persistently peddled by the Japanese reactionaries, not away from their conception of antagonizing the DPRK, is also designed to conceal their wild ambition for reinvasion, play down its peace-loving efforts and damage its authority in a bid to make other people skeptical about it.
They are keen to continue vociferating about the “threat from north Korea” as they do not wish to see it to disappear till their plan to stage a comeback to Korea has come true.
Their much touted “threat from north Korea” will serve as a prelude to the Japanese militarists’ reinvasion of Korea while their reinvasion of Korea will serve as a curtain raiser to their re-aggression of Asia. Japan’s threat to the DPRK exactly means the former’s threat to the rest of Asia.
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