Hostile Policy towards the DPRK Begets Nothing but a Crushing Defeat

On September 5, Japanese Prime Minister Suga made an official announcement that he will not run for the next presidency of the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan.

Suga, who held the post of Chief Cabinet Secretary for nearly 8 years under the Abe Administration to be followed by the assumption of premiership for the past one year, is one of the masterminds, along with Abe, behind the aggravation of DPRK-Japanese relations to the worst-ever state.

Sometime ago, Suga named, as part of his administrative achievements, his share in the complete ban on the entry into Japanese ports by the “Mangyongbong-92”, the vessel that used to sail to and fro, with the mission to promote comings and goings of people and humanitarian exchanges between the DPRK and Japan, which are devoid of diplomatic ties. Also enumerated as one of his feats were his orders given to NHK to commence, by means of coercion, its international broadcasting on the abduction issue.

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Bruno Kreisky Skis Again

Bruno Kreisky, the then Honorary Chairman of the Socialist Party of Austria and Vice-Chairman of the International Socialist Party, visited our country to meet President Kim Il Sung in September, 1986.

There is a story that is associated with his decision to visit our country, the politician who was once the premier of Austria and was also known as someone not bowing to anyone.

He once suffered a fatal disease that resulted in the paralysis of both his legs. Though he received treatment from renowned physicians, he was unable to walk. Being a ski addict, he asked the physicians to help him respond to the call of nature unaided at least.

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A Living Hell, Rather than an “Exemplary Human Rights State”

Though the U.S. poses as an “Exemplary Human Rights State”, it runs rife with shocking crimes of household violence causing the widespread of social anxiety and horror.

According to the U.S. media on September 2, a hideous crime was committed in U.S. Maryland – a matricide by a man in his fifties.

During the investigation, the police found out that he had committed serial crimes, i.e. injuring people by various weapons and committing acts of violence, and that he was the main culprit of three attempted murders that occurred in Washington D.C. during the period of 1992-2010.

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Young Victims of Gun-Related Crimes

On September 5, a 33-year old ex-Navy Seal soldier broke into a house and went on a shooting spree, killing four persons including a 3-month old baby.

Earlier to this, another shocking incident occurred on August 13 in a family in Minnesota of United States: A 5-year old boy shot to death a 3-year old girl.

According to data from a U.S.-based organization, 19,380 people were killed in the U.S. in 2020 as a result of gun-related crimes. Death toll of children, among them, amounted to 300, a 50-percent increase compared with 2019.

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