Japan Accused of Trying to Dodge Its Responsibility for Past Crimes

Pyongyang, May 30 (KCNA) — The coteries of the Japan Liberal Democratic Party recently talked rubbish that there should be no “renegotiations” over the agreement made with south Korea on the sexual slavery issue and that Japan should not give in but urge south Korea to “honor” the agreement.

Commenting on this, Minju Joson Tuesday says:
What the Japanese reactionaries uttered mean that Japan has neither responsibility for the sexual slavery for the Japanese army nor is obliged to redeem itself for the past.
The reckless behavior of the Japanese regime to dodge its responsibility for the thrice-cursed crimes committed by the Japanese imperialists against humanity constitutes an unpardonable challenge to justice and conscience of mankind.
The issue of the sexual slavery unprecedented in history can never be settled without Japan’s acknowledgment of its state and legal responsibility for it and apology and reparation to the victims.
If politicians of Japan have an iota of human conscience, they should admit the past crimes, apologize to the victims and work hard to get its crime-woven past forgiven by mankind.
The Japanese reactionaries work hard to evade the responsibility for the sexual slavery with the illegal document they cooked up with traitor Park Geun Hye, who was severely punished by the public, by paying a petty amount of money as a shield.
Lurking behind it is their ulterior purpose to nullify their history of aggression and gloss over the thrice-cursed inhuman crimes including the sexual slavery.
Their base move to evade the redemption of the past against the will of the Korean nation and other peoples in the world will only add to their crimes.

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