Monday, July 20, 2009

"Japan Hit for Being So Vociferous about 'Combating Piracy'"

Time, once again, to visit the sneering, snarling world of the more bellicose Korean News articles. The bellicose ones are basically anything about Japan, South Korea, or the U.S. unless it is some meeting to appreciate the Juche idea or demand Korean reunification under the loving care of Great Leader Comrade Kim Jong Il. Japan claims to be undertaking anti-piracy measures, but North Korea isn't buying it for a minute!
The international community should be as cautious about the frantic moves of the Japanese reactionaries for overseas invasion under the pretext of "anti- piracy measures" as it is vigilant against acts of pirates.

Rodong Sinmun Monday observes this in a signed commentary.

It goes on:

It was reported recently that the second contingent of the Japan Maritime "Self-Defense Force" left for the waters off Somalia under the pretext of "combating piracy" and is expected to arrive there around the end of July when the "anti-piracy law" adopted at the Diet takes effect.

It is the ulterior intention of the Japanese reactionaries to dispatch more contingents in the future in the wake of the departure of the second contingent of the MSDF.

Japan already dispatched the SDF to the Indian Ocean under the signboard of "cooperation in the anti-terror war." This time it adopted the above-mentioned law, providing legal conditions for escalating the SDF troop dispatch overseas.

Japan is crying out for "combating piracy" at present but no one can vouch that it would not repeat its past history of aggression.

What is ridiculous is that the Japanese reactionaries are working hard to cover up the SDF troop dispatch overseas aimed at overseas aggression with phraseologies of "international contribution" and "combating piracy."

They intend to grant the SDF dispatched as part of "peace-keeping forces" a bigger right to use weapons and allow it to use even heavy weapons. This goes to clearly prove that "peace-keeping operation" and "international contribution" on Japan's lip service are nothing but sophism intended to lay a springboard from which to launch overseas aggression.

Should the Japanese reactionaries launch reinvasion, oblivious of the bitter defeat the Japanese imperialists sustained in the past, they will perish deep under sea just as the militarists did.
Mmm, mmm, that's good bile!

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