Abe's Political Hysterics Flayed
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, March 1 (KCNA) -- Acting Secretary General of the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan Abe these days never opens his mouth without blustering about "economic sanctions against north Korea." Prowling about here and there, he let out a long string of rubbish, blaring "it is time now we applied economic sanctions" and that "a climate for the introduction of economic sanctions against north Korea is ready". And, as if it were not enough, he cried that "economic sanctions should be imposed on north Korea at once."
Commenting on this, Minju Joson analyst Tuesday says:
This torrential jargon of Abe is a venomous vituperation that can only roll off the tongues of those who are steeped to the marrow with hostile feelings against the DPRK and consciousness of toeing the U.S. line.
Abe's habitual anti-DPRK hysteria is intended to win popularity for gratifying his political ambition.
The ultra-right conservative forces are now swaggering about in Japan. They are openly crying for the revival of militarism and overseas expansion, undisguisedly revealing their scheme to stage a comeback to Korea. It is the crafty calculation of Abe, a political charlatan, that his political purpose can be attained only when he wins popularity among the ultra-right conservative forces. Due to the moves of those like Abe, the relations between the DPRK and Japan are pressing toward the worst phase of confrontation against the desire and demand of the people of the two countries.
Not only once have we warned against the malicious anti-DPRK maneuvers of Abe and other ultra-right conservatives of Japan.
In disregard of our repeated warnings, however, they persist in their hostile acts towards the DPRK, putting more punch into them.
They should act with discretion before it is too late, pondering over the catastrophic consequences of their malicious hostile moves against the DPRK.
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