Genealogy of South Korean pro-Japanese traitors

Simultaneous action of students in Busan, Daegu, Kwangju, Namchunchon, Seoul, and Suwon. Students announcing pro-Japanese politicians as four traitors on September 11 in front of Seoul Railway Station. (Photo Jajusibo)

By Ho Yong Min
Rodong Sinmun

The coteries of the "Liberal Korea Party" (LKP) of south Korea openly incite Japanism and tout without hesitation the phrase "Our Japan".

The LKP men have long resorted to pro-Japanese acts, enraging the whole nation.

Even now, the traitors are actively following Japan in its moves to launch reinvasion, yearning for the past when their ancestors lived in wealth and luxury in return for selling the dignity and interests of the nation.

They term the righteous anti-Japanese struggle of south Koreans of all social standings "neo-seclusionism", "impulsive agitation against Japan" and "reckless suicidal act", thus revealing their colors as traitors steeped in pro-Japanism to the marrow of their bones.

Chosun Ilbo which carried the picture of the flag of the rising sun over its title dating back to the period of the Japanese imperialists' colonial rule over Korea is also actively abetting acts of pro-Japanese treachery.

All facts clearly prove absurdity of the "authenticity" touted by the successive conservative regimes of south Korea.

As long as the group of pro-Japanese traitors is allowed to go roughshod in south Korea, the people cannot be free from the foreign forces' domination and subordination, humiliation and disgrace nor can they spare ignominious fate by the jackbooted islanders.

(KCNA - September 20, 2019)