calendar>>August 13. 2009 Juche 98
Japanese Militarists Remain Unchanged in Their Aggressive Nature
Pyongyang, August 13 (KCNA) -- The Japanese militarists run the whole gamut of disguising tactics but remain unchanged in their aggressive nature.

Rodong Sinmun Thursday observes this in a signed article.

It cites facts to prove that Japan's monopoly capital rapidly revived and grew corpulent in the post-war period, though it suffered ruin due to the defeat of the Japanese imperialists in the 1940s. This monopoly capital is seeking a way out of various contradictions, difficulties and serious economic crisis at home in overseas expansion, it notes, and goes on:

Japan's history is a blood-stained history of aggression and war.

No one can vouch that the Japanese militarist forces keen on overseas expansion will not repeat such war of aggression as the Pacific war in the future.

They know well how to wage a war and are experienced in mounting surprise attacks as they fought several wars of aggression in the past. It is as clear as noonday that they will not hesitate to launch again any aggression.

The aggressive nature of Japanese militarism will never change just as a leopard can never change its spots.

It will be ever-more undisguised in its aggressive nature as it is keen to get more corpulent by invading and dominating other countries and nations through aggression and war.

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