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Some Member Nations of UNSC Accountable for Their Becoming Marionette of U.S.
Pyongyang, February 6 (KCNA) -- The U.S. and its allies are keeping utterly mum about Japan's launch of a spy satellite though they made much fuss about the DPRK's satellite launch for peaceful purposes.

Rodong Sinmun Wednesday says in a bylined commentary in this regard:

Japan's spy satellite launch poses a serious problem. Japan is a war criminal state and, at the same time, it is a dangerous state as it gives spurs to its militarization while denying its past crimes, defying the demand of the international community. Japan is regarded as a target of vigilance in the international community because of its moral vulgarity and shamefulness.

Some countries in the world are airing their concern about Japan's spy satellite launch, expressing hope that it would neither spark off a vicious cycle nor give unnecessary impetus. Among them are passive onlookers to Japan's spy satellite launch. What type of world is the United Nations Security Council making?

The world is by no means the one for the U.S.

The U.S. tries to handle international issues in line with its strategy for domination from the standpoint of its interests, styling itself the "only superpower in the world" as it did in the past. Many countries know well about this but they are allowing the U.S. application of its double standards, taken in by its trick.

It is a well-known fact that the U.S. handling of issues according to its biased and ambitious decision is rendering the overall international situation complicated. It is irresponsible for some countries to fail to handle issues properly, reading the U.S. face in violation of their principles.

They should feel responsibility for allowing the UNSC to be reduced to a marionette of the U.S. after losing its impartiality.

Steadfast are the stand and will of the DPRK to legitimately exercise its right to launch satellites no matter what others may say, the commentary declares, urging the U.S. and its allies not to expect the DPRK to do anything contrary to its principle.

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