Japan seeking to reinvade Korea

By Ho Yong Min
Rodong Sinmun

The Japanese reactionaries have persistently refused to admit the past crimes, far from making an apology and reparation for them, but they are brandishing a sword of economic retaliation, export restrictions, at south Korea, describing the issue of the reparation to the victims of the conscript labor forced by the Japanese imperialists as "damage to the confidence-based relations" and "violation of international law."

The export restrictions measure is, in essence, a sinister act of aggression to annex south Korea economically and make it its new colony.

By hitting the south Korean economy, dependent on Japan, on its tender spot through the recent export restrictions to deal a telling blow to south Korea, the Abe's group is cunningly seeking to make south Korea more and more dependent on Japan economically and politically.

Clear is the black-hearted intention of the Abe's group, militarist descendants, who grew up while hearing as lullaby the story about the notorious guys advocating the "theory of the conquest of Korea."

It is intolerable that Japan is desperately trying to achieve its ambition to reinvade Korea as it occupied the Korean Peninsula by force of arms and inflicted misfortunes and suffering, for which it can not make up for all ages, on the Korean people.

All the fellow countrymen in the north, the south and abroad should turn out as one in the struggle to frustrate the gangster-like and reckless arbitrariness of Japan so as to decisively crush the moves of the Japanese reactionaries, obsessed with reinvading Korea.

(KCNA - July 28, 2019)

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Phil B Kim said…
Manifestation of High-handed and Outrageous Ambition of Reinvasion is the headline of Rodong Sinmun English version on July 30.

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