Wednesday, 14 February 2018

KCNA Commentary on Fate of Japan as Vassal State of U.S.

Pyongyang, February 14 (KCNA) -- The Japanese reactionaries are losing their marbles, following the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK.

Soon after the publication of Trump's recent "state of the union address" and "nuclear posture review" the Abe group including the chief Cabinet Secretary and the foreign minister of Japan said that they highly appreciated publication of the powerful message for strengthening pressure on north Korea and expressed the will to boost deterrence of Japan-U.S. alliance.

The "state of the union address" and "nuclear posture review" arouse grave concerns and denunciation from among the international community as they are the height of Trump-style arrogance, arbitrariness and self-conceit and they represent the attempt for a dangerous nuclear war seriously threatening world peace.

Nevertheless, high-ranking politicians of Japan shamelessly vied with each other to praise their master, reminding the people of a well-trained poodle.

It is the fate of Japan to obey the U.S. as its vassal state.

It is the well known fact that cunning Japan does not respect the U.S. as "elder brother" but tries to realize its militaristic ambition by taking advantage of the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK.

However, the Japanese reactionaries are mistaken.

If one loses his or her wits, one can never judge the trend of the times.

The U.S. is no longer the "only superpower" in the world.

According to data issued by GALLUP of the U.S., the result of opinion polls conducted in one hundred and dozens of countries and regions from March to November last year showed that the number of countries and regions denying the leadership ability of the U.S. increased over three times as compared with that in 2016.

The U.S. is now panic-stricken, unable to save its declining fate, and the DPRK, a strategic state, is pushing the U.S. to the abyss of destruction, by mounting a streak of attacks on it.

The U.S. is making desperate efforts to attack the DPRK with the mobilization of the whole world by means of threatening, blackmail, appeasement and deception. But it is becoming clearer with each passing day with whose victory the unprecedented confrontation will end.

Japan will end up in tightening the noose around its own neck, if it keeps blindly following the U.S. like a senseless dog.

It is the fate of a subject country to get buried together with the American empire nearing its end. -0-

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