Rodong Sinmun on Danger of Tightened U.S.-Japan “Security System”

Pyongyang, June 12 (KCNA) — Rodong Sinmun today carries a signed article disclosing the danger of the moves to strengthen the U.S.-Japan “security system”.

The United States and Japan talk about “peace” and “detente” but, in actuality, do not hope for peace, the article notes, and says:

Tightening their military tie-up, they seek to establish a new framework for their “security system” under the pretext of “threat of terrorism” and “threat of WMD.”

The U.S. calculates that the “security system” may be used as leverage for making its way into the Asian market with ease. In the meantime, it seeks to cover up the pending trade dispute, etc. with the veil of tightened “security system” in a bid to prevent Japan’s “breakaway” from the U.S. Japan, too, has an axe to grind. By having dispatched troops of its
“Self-Defense Forces” to Iraq and other countries, it seeks to accelerate its overseas aggression with the backing of the U.S. For the present, it is keen to expand the scope of the overseas dispatch of SDF, step up its nuclear weaponization and the establishment of MD under the signboard of tightened “security system” with the U.S.
Meanwhile, it is working hard to get a permanent seat on the UN Security Council with the U.S. support in a bid to emerge a political power, the article says, adding that the above-said moves for tightened “security system” are of very dangerous nature.

It further says:

The danger lies in that such moves constitute a factor of rendering the situation in and around the Korean Peninsula more strained and are seriously threatening and wrecking the global peace and stability.
The U.S. and Japanese reactionaries should clearly know that their tightened “security system” will get them nowhere.

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