|calendar>>December 22. 2009 Juche 98|
Japan's Moves to Become Military Giant under Fire
| Pyongyang, December 22 (KCNA) -- Japan was recently reported to have put into orbit a new type spy satellite whose resolution is increased to 60cm by home-made prototype rocket H-2A and launch more spy satellites by 2012.
Minju Joson Tuesday observes in a signed commentary in this regard:
This indicates that Japan regards the intensified espionage through satellites as an important link in the chain efforts for turning itself into a military power.
It goes on:
What matters is that the sky over the Korean Peninsula is used by Japan as the theatre of its espionage.
By taking an active part in the intelligence-gathering operations through satellites in the sky over the Korean Peninsula Japan seeks to secure a pretext for turning itself into a military giant and acquire capability for standing on a par with the powers in the military field.
It is apt to cite "missile threat from north Korea" as a pretext for justifying its wrong doings.
Japan's loudmouthed "missile threat" from the DPRK to it is nothing but a lie told by the former to achieve its sinister aim.
Japan has focused its efforts on beefing up its military muscle not to cope with someone's threat but to threaten others by force of arms and invade them.
Japan would be well advised to drop its bad habit of pulling up others to draw water to its mill and stop at once its reckless moves to become a military giant.
These moves will bring Japan nothing but self-destruction.
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