Pyongyang, March 6 (KCNA) -- Japan recently launched an information gathering satellite again for the purpose of detecting military installments in the DPRK, thus making the number of spy satellites for monitoring the DPRK seven.
Japan is also planning to launch three more satellites in the days ahead in order to perfect the space intelligence system for precision monitoring of strategic regions including the Korean peninsula and the areas around it.
Japan's frantic military intelligence acts of disturbing space clearly prove the islanders' ambition for the reinvasion of Korea and overseas expansion.
Japan, which has built a firm springboard for overseas aggression in the ground, sea and air under the pretext of threats from the DPRK, has recently gone zealous in finally completing the preparations for reinvasion through the stepped-up space militarization.
Prime Minister Abe on Jan. 26 at a full-dress session of the House of Councilors said that "it is not exaggeration to say that the security environment of Japan is the grimmest after the war", adding that "the use of cyberspace and universe is vital. It is not enough to think of doing anything just through the conventional division of ground, maritime and air self-defense forces".
At the time of the recent satellite launch, Abe called for "channeling all efforts into security and crisis management of Japan through the maximum use of information gathering satellites".
This clearly proves that the Japanese reactionaries have now reached the extremes in their moves to misuse the peaceful space as a military space and theatre for preemptive attacks for realizing their reinvasion ambition.
No matter how desperately the Japanese reactionaries may try, they can never gratify their reckless ambition for putting Korea under their control and achieving the old dream of the "Greater East-Asia Co-prosperity Sphere".
This is proven by the situation of the island country which is harassed by false missile reports while continuously launching spy satellites allegedly to monitor the missile launching movement of the DPRK.
Japan may face earlier destruction if it goes reckless, being buoyed by the ambition for reinvasion.
The Japanese authorities have to wake up from the illusion of reinvasion and clearly face up to the might of the DPRK which has towered as a strategic state.
Reckless ambition will end up in ruin. -0-