calendar>>February 8. 2016 Juche 105
Minju Joson Blames U.S. for Removing Tok Islets from Korean Map
Pyongyang, February 8 (KCNA) -- It was recently disclosed that the U.S. embassy in Seoul removed Tok Islets from the Korean map posted on its website and marked the East Sea of Korea as the "Sea of Japan" on it, according to the south Korean media.

Commenting on it, Minju Joson says the fact goes to prove that it is the real intention of the U.S. to back the Japan's moves to usurp the land of Korea.

The commentary goes on:

The U.S. is the sworn enemy of the Korean people which has worked hand in glove with Japan to invade Korea throughout history.

It was how the "Katsura-Taft Treaty" came into being, and the Japanese imperialists' invasion of Korea was also possible as there were the positive support and the patronage of the U.S.

It is the invariable method of the U.S. for aggression to efficiently use Japan for realizing its strategy for dominating Asia at the cost of the interests of the Korean nation.

The U.S. forced the south Korean ruling forces to gloss over the sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army, the hideous unethical crime of Japan. There is no guarantee that the U.S. would not admonish the transfer of Tok Islets, the part of inalienable territory of the Korean nation, to Japan.

The U.S., however, should understand that its criminal intention to attain the goal of aggression in violation of sovereignty, dignity and interests of the Korean nation can never work.

The stand-off with Japan over the past crimes has not ended and Tok Islets are the part of the inviolable territory of Korea which can never be encroached upon.

The U.S. should immediately stop its gangster-like act of violating the interests of the Korean nation.

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