|calendar>>September 23. 2012 Juch 101|
Japanese PM's Remarks Censured
| Pyongyang, September 23 (KCNA) -- Some days ago, the Japanese prime minister talked about the "nuclear and missile issue" of the DPRK at the high-ranking officers' meeting of the "Self-Defense Forces" and told them to get full readiness.
His remarks are nothing but incoherent comment to convince the public that military threat Japan faces is attributable to the DPRK.
Rodong Sinmun Sunday says this in a bylined commentary.
It goes on:
The Japanese reactionaries sped up their moves to become a military giant and expand its territory overseas in full scale and this has reached the dangerous phase.
The Japanese military warmongers seek to additionally equip themselves with the ballistic missile tracking AN/TPY-2 radar which was developed by the United States for the early detection of the DPRK's launch of missiles. Clear is the intention of the Japanese reactionaries. They seek to secure the unlimited attack capabilities for aggression on the DPRK and other countries in Asia by improving their missile defence system with the help of the U.S., and become a "leader of Asia" by gaining military upper-hand.
The Japanese reactionaries introduced a new intelligence unit, a combination of the patrol and reconnaissance unit command of the U.S. Pacific Fleet in Yokohama City and its affiliated first patrol and reconnaissance flying corps command, into Misawa City. They are planning to build more high performance radar bases for tracking ballistic missiles in different places.
They cried out someone's threat and military beef-up but it is nonsense to draw curtain over their criminal intentions.
The Japanese prime minister's call on the SDF goes to prove that the Japanese militarists have entered the practical phase in their moves for overseas expansion.
Japan's moves for becoming a military giant and launching overseas expansion are an impolicy prompting its self-ruin.
The Japanese militarists had better come to their senses and behave with discretion.
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