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LDP Secretary General’s Reckless Remarks under Fire

Pyongyang, June 22 (KCNA) — Days ago, Liberal Democratic Party Secretary General of Japan Nikai visited south Korea as a special envoy of Prime Minister Abe.

Going round an object, Nikai called for “getting along well without quarrelling over tiny things”, saying that “those hatching plots have to be obliterated, if they are found, even though they might be a handful.”
This is an intolerable insult and challenge to the righteous struggle of the south Korean people who are willing to settle the biggest crimes committed by Japan against the Korean nation in the past while demanding the abrogation of the humiliating “agreement” on the sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army and renegotiations, Rodong Sinmun Thursday says in a commentary.
It goes on:
Such reckless remarks remind one of the Japanese imperialist aggressors who forced the Korean feudal government to sign the aggressive unequal treaty and stressed the need to suppress the Korean people’s anti-Japanese movement early in the last century.
What matters is the servile behavior of the south Korean authorities who kept mum at Japan’s brazen-faced and gangster-like words. Furthermore, the south Korean authorities talked about “south Korea-Japan cooperation” and “future-orientation” reading Japan’s face.
The south Korean authorities should follow the demand of the people for withdrawal of the above-said “agreement”. Whoever prioritizes the traitorous “agreement” in disregard of the mindset of the participants in the candlelight actions cannot escape such miserable fate as traitor Park Geun Hye’s.
Minju Joson Thursday in a commentary urges the Japanese reactionaries to stop wagging their tongues recklessly, clearly understanding that they should pay a high price for such remarks.

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