calendar>>October 7. 2010 Juch 99
Japans' Moves to Turn into Military Giant Slammed
Pyongyang, October 7 (KCNA) -- Shortly ago, Japan launched H-2A No. 18 carrying satellite Michibiki under the pretext of "eliminating" the weak points of the GPS of the U.S. It was reported that Michibiki would fly over Japan about 8 hours every day as Japan's first GPS satellite.

The Japanese reactionaries are contemplating launching several more satellites of such type in the days ahead, contending that GPS is not enough to have accurate positioning.

Rodong Sinmun Thursday says in a signed commentary in this regard:

This is aimed to develop its own GPS, free from the dependence on the GPS of the U.S., in a bid to acquire its independent intelligence-gathering capability for overseas aggression and realize its ambition to turn Japan into a military power.

The Japanese reactionaries, claiming that Japan suffered a defeat in the Second World War because it was weak in its power and did not have access to nuclear weapons, have put spurs to the moves to turn Japan into a military power aimed to round off the preparations for overseas aggression, while crying out for the "building of a powerful state".

It was part of the above-said moves that the Japanese military bosses put their heads together over the issue of beefing up the present strength of the Ground Self-Defence Force as compared with that at present.

The Japanese reactionaries are mulling including the issue in the "defense program guidelines" to be worked out at the end of this year.

What is the height of sarcasm is that they claim the above-said moves are aimed to "protect" Japan from the "attack" of its neighboring countries.

Japan is waiting for a chance to launch reinvasion against Asia including Korea, while making desperate efforts to beef up its military muscle and adopt a war legislation.

Japan would be well advised to face up to the change of the times and drop its reckless moves to turn it into a military giant aimed at reinvasion.

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