Japanese Reactionaries' Call for More Stringent "Sanctions" against DPRK Snubbed
Pyongyang, June 14 (KCNA) -- Shortly ago, the Japanese ambassador to the U.N., made an admonitory speech at a meeting of delegates of developing countries at the U.N., asserting that it is necessary to sincerely implement the "sanctions" against the DPRK and the like.
Minju Joson Tuesday observes in a by-lined commentary in this regard:
His admonitory speech made before them is nothing but a political cartoon to be jeered by people.
Japanese are voicing ever-mounting grievances about the ruling quarters for failing to take proper government measures to defuse the crisis caused by the earthquake and the nuclear accident.
Under the political situation prevailing in Japan where a regime change is about to take place and it is floundering in chronic political mayhem its neighboring countries are at a loss with whom they should discuss pending issues.
Even under this difficult situation the Japanese reactionaries are free to utter this or that about other's affair, poking its nose into it. This clearly suggests what extent their moral degeneration has reached.
What should not be overlooked is that they seem to pin a considerable hope on what they called "tightened sanctions".
The ideology and system chosen by the Korean people remain unshaken in any harsh "sanctions".
Their reckless behavior crying out for the tightened "sanctions" against the DPRK, failing to face up to the above-said reality, provokes more ridicule than wrath among the Korean people.
Japan would be well advised to mind its own business before pulling up others.