calendar>>July 29. 2014 Juche 103
Crime-Woven History Can Never Be Covered up: Newspapers
Pyongyang, July 29 (KCNA) -- Newspapers here Tuesday carry articles on the lapse of 109 years since the U.S. and Japanese imperialists fabricated "Katsura-Taft Treaty".

The then U.S. State Secretary Taft had secret talks with the then Japanese Prime Minister Katsura during his visit to Japan late in July of 1905. On July 29 they signed the brigandish treaty in which they promised the "security" of their colonies.

They agreed with each other to the effect that the Japanese imperialists recognize the U.S. imperialists' colonial rule over Philippines and the latter actively cooperates in the former's invasion of Korea and recognizes the former's "protective rule" over Korea and both conspire and collude with each other in the aggression of Far East.

The newspapers brand the treaty as an aggressive and brigandish document that recognized the Japanese imperialists' unchallenged domination over Korea and reduced Korea to their complete colony.

Rodong Sinmun says the Korean people still remember the crimes committed by the U.S. and the Japanese imperialists against the Korean nation in the past.

The U.S. is now resorting to desperate moves to conquer the inviolable and dignified DPRK by force, not discarding the attempt at invading it.

But this is nothing but a daydream. The DPRK is not what it used to be in the past when it had to read the face of others, being the target of scramble among big powers.

Minju Joson says the DPRK will never tolerate but decisively frustrate all the moves of the aggression forces aimed at violating the sovereignty of the country and the nation.

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