Pyongyang, June 8 (KCNA) -- Yoshihiro Makino, Seoul Bureau chief of Asahi Shimbun, in a recent article dared impair the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK and hurl mud at it once again.
The article, authored by the notorious reptile journalist, is run through with lies told by the scum of society, and it was carried by the Tokyo head office of the newspaper.
The Korean people are hardly repressing their anger at the tricky propaganda conducted by the conservative journalists and media of Japan.
Makino and Asahi Shimbun's smear propaganda are not the first time. They have already earned an ill fame for speaking ill of the dignity and social system of the DPRK and its economy and people's livelihood.
As far as Makino is concerned, he is just a hack writer who has been crazy about conducting conspiratorial propaganda against the DPRK by using false information offered by intelligence and security agencies of the U.S., Japan and south Korea and "testimonies by defectors from the north" since the periods of the Lee Myung Bak and Park Geun Hye regimes.
Notably, Makino angered the south Korean public by writing a nonsensical article about the DPRK-U.S. talks, and became the first foreign journalist whose "entry to Chongwadae newsmen's office was prohibited indefinitely" by the south Korean authorities.
The reckless act of Makino and Asahi Shimbun is just a last-ditch effort to chill the atmosphere of national reconciliation and detente created on the Korean peninsula. It is also part of the anti-DPRK acts being committed under the manipulation of the Abe cult fretting about the tendency to "passing Japan".
Just two months ago, Asahi Shimbun, commenting on the frequent anti-DPRK remarks by the Abe regime, said "the regime is concerned of being isolated in the hot wind of north Korea-centered diplomacy sweeping Northeast Asia" and talked about "Japanese people's concern about their country which was left alone".
Clear is the conclusion.
Such hack writers and pseudo-media as Makino and Asahi Shimbun have "tangibly" contributed to causing the phenomenon of "passing Japan" now that state politics, society, media and even individuals of Japan are distrusted and rejected by the public at home and abroad.
No one will lend a sympathetic ear to such mean propaganda aimed at painting a black picture of the strategic status of the DPRK admired by the world and the vigorous advance of the Korean people for building a powerful socialist nation.
Poor, indeed, is the plight of Asahi Shimbun existing on carrying the articles authored by such a barking dog as Makino with petty fabrications.
Taking this opportunity, we seriously warn the plot-breeders like Makino and Asahi Shimbun against their moves.
Those who act rashly to slander the dignified DPRK can never be pardoned but will be forced to pay dearly, whether they are living in the island country or in any far-flung place across the ocean. -0