Japan’s Attempts to Cover up Its Crimes Censured

Shortly ago, the Japanese Prime Minister made another reckless remark to find fault with the DPRK.

At a full-dress session of the House of Representatives, he said that he would actively cooperate with relevant countries while talking about the so-called abduction of the Japanese by the DPRK.

His impudent behaviour just like a thief calling “Stop thief!” further stirs up the Korean people’s resentment at the island nation.

The abduction issue much touted by Japan is undebatable, as it has already been settled irreversibly.

This being a hard fact, Japan seeks to cover up the unethical acts, including the world’s biggest state-backed abduction in the past while abusing the abduction issue to attain its political purposes and earn money and shamelessly describing itself as a “victim.”

It is illogical that Japan dares to talk about the abduction issue by the DPRK, and this goes to prove its cunning and moral vulgarity.

In fact, the “victims” pointed out by the Japanese politicians in the context of “possibility of the abduction by north Korea” have nothing to do with the DPRK, as they are the missing persons produced by the corrupted political climate and fin-de-siecle way of social life prevailing on the island.

Moreover, the fact that missing persons claimed to have been “abducted” by the DPRK are being found in Japan one after another clearly shows that the abduction issue touted by the Japanese reactionaries is groundless.

Clear is the purpose of Japan, the biggest abduction state, which tries to draw the attention of the world community while talking about the abduction issue.

Japan seeks to defame the dignity of the DPRK in collusion with hostile forces, justify its policy hostile towards the DPRK and dodge its responsibility for the past crimes against humanity, notably the world’s biggest abduction issue, by feigning itself to be the miserable “victim” before the world.

It would be the biggest mistake for Japan to calculate that it could avoid its duty of liquidation of its past crimes with mean farce.

The heinous abduction crimes Japan committed by abducting and forcibly drafting a lot of young and middle-aged Koreans to battlefields and slave labour sites and forced over 200 000 Korean women into sexual slavery in the past can never be covered up by any means.

The Japanese reactionaries should not persistently cling to the useless abduction issue and act recklessly, but make a sincere apology and thorough reparation for their heinous unethical crimes against the Korean people.

KCNA

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