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Korean in U.S. Accuses S. Korean Authorities of Their Act of Treachery
Pyongyang, January 17 (KCNA) -- The advisor to the Federation of Koreans in the U.S. made public an article on Jan. 6 denouncing the south Korean authorities for their act of treachery.

The article blasted Japan for getting frantic with the moves to revive militarism in a bid to realize its wild ambition for reinvasion, not content with its more than four decade-long colonial rule over Korea.

This being a hard reality, south Korea is mulling concluding a military agreement with Japan, the article noted, and went on:

In June of 2012, the Lee Myung Bak regime passed an agreement for comprehensive protection of military information with Japan through a "state council meeting" in camera.

Civic and social organizations unanimously rejected it as the second "Ulsa (1905) Five-point Treaty" and termed Lee Myung Bak as the second traitor Ri Wan Yong.

Through the conclusion of the agreement the U.S. seeks to tighten the military nexus with Japan and south Korea. This would make the Korean peninsula enveloped in a war and put the Korean nation's movement for peaceful reunification at greater peril. This would also help Japan write off its past crimes and evade the blame for them.

After Lee Myung Bak failed to conclude an agreement for mutual logistic support with Japan, Park Geun Hye is working hard to do it in a deceptive manner.

Japan supplied 10 000 bullets to the south Korean puppet troops dispatched overseas, an intention to conclude the above-said agreement with south Korea.

The south Korean public are critical of the Park Geun Hye regime, terming it a group of pro-Japanese lackeys.

All Koreans should put an end to the U.S. domination and resolutely foil Japan's ambition for reinvasion by their concerted efforts.

If Park Geun Hye regime consistently pursues pro-Japanese policy, it will be bound to meet a stern punishment.

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