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What Japanese Reactionaries Seek through Trumpeting about "Threat"?
| Pyongyang, March 6 (KCNA) -- The Japanese government and the ruling Liberal Democratic Party of late set about making a full-dress examination of the "defence programme guidelines" to be revised at the end of this year in a bid to include the issue of "acquiring the capability for attacking enemy's bases" in them.
The Japanese reactionary ruling quarters are letting loose a whole string of jargons that it is necessary to specify the capability to strike launching facilities of north Korea as its threat to Japan has entered on a new phase after the capability of its ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons has been improved.
Rodong Sinmun Wednesday observes in a bylined commentary in this regard:
Their ulterior aim is to build public opinion on the DPRK's "nuclear and missile threat" in a bid to justify their moves to stage a comeback to Korea, their old dream.
The Japanese reactionaries have frantically stepped up their rearmament under the patronage of the U.S. They loudly talk about "threat," describing any trivial happening in the DPRK as something very serious.
The size and capability of the Japan "Self-Defense Forces" have long gone beyond the limit of "self-defence." The Japanese ruling forces' talk about "acquiring the capability to attack enemy's bases" means, in essence, a call for bolstering up the capability for a pre-emptive strike.
By vociferating about the DPRK's "nuclear and missile threat", they seek to cover up their moves for bolstering up the above-said capability with such rhetoric as "self-defense" and "guarantee of security".
What should not be overlooked is that Japan is calling for increasing the capability for its independent preemptive strike.
Those who do evils can never have sound sleep and are always keen to find fault with others.
The Japanese reactionaries had better behave prudently, clearly mindful that the issue of Japan's security depends on their attitude.
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