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Japan is harasser of regional peace

KCNA COMMENTARY

Japan has become desperate in its efforts to incite hostility toward the DPRK.

It has persistently insisted on complete implementation of the anachronistic "sanctions resolutions" against the DPRK in the international arena. Recently it reeled off the rhetoric that "missiles of north Korea can be intercepted by exercising the right to collective self-defence".

This is an indication of its black-hearted intention to stain the DPRK, dutiful guardian of peace, as "a country posing threat" and make the international community believe in it.

As known, the situation on the Korean peninsula and the region is developing favorably thanks to the sincere efforts made by the DPRK on its own initiative.

The world people extend support and encouragement to the DPRK which has brought about the atmosphere of peace.

At this time, Japan, which should make a sigh of relief for it has called for "peace" often, is making a string of groundless rhetoric only to show its displeasure with the changed situation.

What could be its reason?

Historically, Japan has been the enemy of peace which has run amuck for confrontation and war moves under the veil of peace.

In the first half of the last century, it drenched the Asian continent in the sea of blood, clamoring for the "Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere". After its defeat in the war, it justified its past crimes as "just ones to protect itself from the aggression by the European powers", getting keen on the farce of chauvinist reinvasion.

Under the signboard of "active pacifism" the present authorities have gone hell-bent on revamping the constitution into war constitution and augmenting the offensive and aggressive nature of the "Self-defence Forces" with massive military expenditure, thereby stepping up military deployment to different parts of the world.

It's natural that such an island country can not be pleased with detente and the DPRK spearheading the situation as this creates a stumbling block in Japan's militarization moves.

That's why the Japanese government trumpets about "threat from north Korea" even risking diplomatic isolation.

Its aim is to make the "threat" from the DPRK a fait accompli, turn back the regional situation from developing favorably and fish in troubled waters to realize its ambition for reinvasion through the escalation of tensions.

But this is just a daydream.

The more the Japanese reactionaries fault the righteous DPRK, the more they will disclose its nature as a harasser of peace in the eyes of the international community.

Japan had better know who its rival is and what the trend of the times is.

It will face permanent ruin, if it keeps behaving like a puppy knowing no fear of a tiger.

(Source: KCNA - July 23, 2019)

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