World's worst kidnapper is Japan

Central Class Education House, Pyongyang
Central Class Education House, Pyongyang, exhibits materials of past crimes committed by Japan: During their military occupation of Korea from 1905 to 1945, the Japanese imperialists killed over one million Koreans, forcibly drafted 8.4 million people and forced more than 200 000 women to serve as sexual slaves. (File Photo Credit Uriminzokkiri)


Shortly ago, Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Kato uttered nonsense about the abduction issue at an international seminar held in Tokyo Metropolis.

He reportedly said that the Japanese government is making steady, maximum efforts to realize the repatriation of all abductees at the earliest date possible.

At a meeting he also called for "quick repatriation of the victims of abduction," saying "the abduction issue is the most important task for the Suga regime" and it is his duty to "clear Japan of its unfortunate past and aspire to normalization of diplomatic relations by settling the abduction issue."

It seems that he works hard to give impression that he fulfils his duty as minister in charge of the abduction issue.

In view of his repeated stinging rubbish against the DPRK, it is apparent that he is steeped in hostility towards the DPRK to the marrow of his bone.

Explicitly speaking again, the abduction issue oft-repeated by Japan had already been settled.

Though well aware of it, the Japanese politicians are getting vocal about "solidarity with the international community" over the abduction issue. It is intended to tarnish the image of the DPRK in the international arena and abuse the abduction issue for their political purpose.

It is the height of shamelessness peculiar to Japan that it passes itself off as a victim of "abduction" in a bid to sweep under the carpet the heinous crimes it committed by abducting millions of Koreans and inflicting untold mental and physical pain upon them and to dodge its atonement for its crime-woven past at any cost.

The DPRK is the very victim of the abduction issue.

As attested by history, Japan is the world's worst war criminal state and kidnapper on record.

When Japan occupied Korea by force in the last century, it abducted and dragged some 8.4 million innocent Koreans to battlefields for its wars of aggression and medieval slave labor sites, killed more than one million of them, and forced 200 000 women into sexual slavery of the Imperial Japanese Army. All these crimes perpetrated by Japan are undeniable.

Far from honestly reflecting on and atoning for its past stained with hideous abduction, Japan persists in committing sins.

By egging on the notorious anti-DPRK plot-makers including the "investigation council for specific missing persons," Japan has cooked up a series of "abduction" farces and made no scruple of disguising missing Japanese as "victims of abduction by the north."

It is utterly preposterous that such a criminal state, Japan, makes a fuss over the issue of abduction by someone.

Japan's atonement for the past is the exact issue to be internationalized and the political issue to be settled without a fail.

But Japan seeks to justify its crime-woven history and dodge the atonement for its past, an intolerable insult and challenge to the Korean people and mockery of human conscience.

Japan should get rid of its vicious look as the world's worst kidnapper to begin with, instead of talking about the abduction issue.

Its moves to brush aside the atonement for the crime-woven past and desperate pursuance of hostility towards the DPRK will only deepen the Korean people's hatred against it.

The Japanese regime should notice it.

(KCNA - December 23, 2020)

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