May 12, 2013
Floral Tribute Paid to Statues of Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong Il
1. Delegations of different countries and regions Sunday visited the statues of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il on Mansu Hill. The delegations came here to participate in the 16th Pyongyang Spring International Trade Fair.
They laid a floral basket before the statues of the peerlessly great men who made immortal contributions to developing the friendly relations among countries before paying tribute to them.
2. Rodong Sinmun Warns against Japanese Society’s Lurch to Right
The Japanese reactionaries should awaken from the nightmare of realizing their ambition for overseas expansion, clearly mindful that their society’s lurch to the Right would lead Japan to ruin, warns Rodong Sinmun Sunday in a bylined article.
The Japanese ruling quarters are putting a group visit to Yasukuni Shrine on an official and regular basis and justifying it, the article says, and goes on:
Nearly 70 years have passed since Japan sustained a defeat in the war. Politicians of Japan are, however, thronging to the shrine to console the departed soul of the top-class war criminals and pray for “the soul of Yamato”. This is nothing but a wriggling of a venomous serpent of militarism keen to militarize Japan and avenge its defeat in the war. It is not without reason that Japanese society is rapidly veering to the Right. Steeped in the idea of denying history to the marrow of their bones, Japanese politicians are making confusion of people’s thinking in a sly method to attain their sinister political aim.
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