November 30, 2022
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Japanese Reactionaries` Fascist Violence Can Never Be Pardoned​

Date: 21/11/2022 | Source: DPRK Today (En) | Read original version at source

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Pyongyang, November 20 (KCNA) -- Japan is betraying its despicable nature as the sordid human rights abuser in the world continuously.

The impudent Japanese reactionaries are turning the whole of the archipelago into a theatre of rejecting Koreans, daring pick on the self-defensive measure taken by the DPRK in order to cope with the anti-DPRK war drills of Japan and other hostile forces.

On October 4 alone, they made threatening calls full of venom to Korean Middle and High School in Tokyo, Korean High School in Kobe, etc. saying that "North Korean schools cannot exist in Japan" and "If the law is revised in Japan, we'll destroy your facilities."

The right-wing gangsters even deployed loudspeaker cars around Chongryon (General Association of Korean Residents in Japan) organs in Aichi, Ishikawa, Gunma and other prefectures and shouted that "north Koreans, get out of Japan".

It is reported that they committed more than ten crimes against Korean schools, students and Chongryon institutions in recent days.

This is nothing but a premeditated and organized state crime committed by the Japanese authorities who are engrossed in the hostile policy against the DPRK and Chongryon such as national discrimination and suppression of Koreans.

It is well known that the Japanese reactionaries have been engaged in unethical crimes, unreasonably violating the human rights of Korean compatriots in Japan, regarding Chongryon as the primary target of the hostile policy toward the DPRK.

Japan is the only savage country on the earth as it attempts to make innocent children an object of entirely unjust discrimination and persecution.

Furthermore, there is no precedent in history that Japan has committed multi-current threats, violence and abusive words against Chongryon organs, Korean schools and young schoolchildren on a nationwide scale.

The Japanese reactionaries took the lead in the moves for invading the DPRK, together with the U.S. and other hostile forces. However, they are hell-bent on the anti-Chongryon moves while picking on the DPRK like a guilty party filing the suit first. Their sinister intention is very clear.

They are scheming to create a favorable environment for realizing the ambition for reinvasion by further escalating the hostility toward the DPRK in the whole of Japan.

Japan has revealed once again its true colors as a ferocious, shameless and morally vulgar state as it unhesitatingly tramples down not only elementary humanitarianism but also human ethics and morality in order to attain its criminal ambition.

Every sin brings its punishment with it.

The Japanese reactionaries' fascist violence can never be pardoned as it persecuted Chongryon representing the dignity and sovereignty of the DPRK and Korean compatriots in Japan and their children and inflicted all sorts of damage upon them.

The Japanese reactionaries should not act rashly, clearly understanding the Korean peoples' soaring will to settle accounts with Japan.

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