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Japan-S. Korea Agreement on Protection of Military Intelligence Slammed

Pyongyang, November 26 (KCNA) — Leading newspapers of the DPRK carried commentaries Saturday slamming the agreement on protection of military intelligence concluded by Japan and south Korea.

Terming the south Korean Park Geun Hye regime’s act a blatant challenge to all Koreans determined to make Japan pay dearly for its past crimes and an unpardonable act of treachery helping the sworn enemy of the Korean nation pave the way for launching reinvasion, Rodong Sinmun says:
Park Geun Hye, who has become a “breathing mummy” after being forsaken by the public for her hideous scandal, seeks to stay in office with the backing of the U.S. and Japan.
Deeming it a good opportunity, the U.S. and Japan work hard to forge the triangular military alliance, establish MD system and lay a springboard for realizing the wild ambition for reinvasion before Park’s ouster.
The south Korean puppet regime, whose end is looming, hastily concluded a military pact with Japan under the pretext of “security” under pressure from the U.S. and Japan. This is aimed to divert public criticism away from Park’s scandal to the DPRK and to stay in power by hyping its “leadership qualities.”
No former rulers of south Korea dared conclude a military pact with Japan. But only Park, the old witch of Chongwadae on deathbed, dared do so, a thrice-cursed act of treachery peculiar to her alone who inherited the pro-Japanese gene from the top-class Japanese “Lieutenant Okamoto.”
What is intolerable is that due to the witch, seized with inveterate sycophancy to big powers, the Korean peninsula is being reduced to a theater of scramble among big powers only to make the Korean nation fall victim to it.
Minju Joson says Japan should cool their heads heated with the wild ambition for reinvasion and make a sincere apology and reparation for the bloody past crimes, instead of working hard to use Park who is more dead than alive for realizing its wild ambition for reinvasion.

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