Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Japan Termed World's Worst Criminal State

 Pyongyang, September 9 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Korean Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries Wednesday released a statement denouncing the Japanese reactionaries for becoming all the more pronounced in their fascist suppression of the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chongryon), a dignified overseas citizens' organization of the DPRK.
    The statement termed the unwarranted arrest of Chongryon officials and search into facilities related to Chongryon by the Japanese police as a grave politically-motivated provocation to block the righteous activities of Chongryon and stifle it.
    This is aimed at obliterating Chongryon at any cost, justifying the "story about north's threat" and thus stepping up the moves for militarist reinvasion, the statement noted, and went on:
    We cannot but take a serious note of the fact that the unreasonable arrest of Chongryon officials and search into facilities related to Chongryon are being committed in full dress after the retrogressive revision of the "Japan-U.S. Defence Cooperation Guidelines" which calls for denying Japan's past history of aggression and legalizing its overseas aggression.
    The reckless racket kicked off by Japan while pulling up Chongryon is, in essence, an expression of Japan's uneasiness as it is taken aback by the might of Songun Korea and its irritation at the thought that it may fail to realize its ambition for reinvasion.
    All facts go to clearly prove that the persistent suppression of Chongryon is part of the Japanese reactionaries' planned and conspiratorial moves to chill the atmosphere of improving the north-south relations and realize their ambition, pursuant to the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK.
    The current case brought to light once again the fact that Japan is, indeed, the world's worst criminal state and most brutal war criminal state where democracy and humanitarianism are suffocated and national chauvinism is rampant. -0-

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