KCNA Commentary Blames Japan for Rushing Headlong into Revival of Militarism

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Pyongyang, July 11 (KCNA) -- Japan is going more reckless, heated with militarism.
It was said that shortly ago, the Abe government formally decided to extend the area of the "Self-Defense Forces" for overseas dispatch to Asia though it was limited to Africa under the pretext of its joining in the UN peace-keeping activities and hotly debated the issue of developing a next-generation fighter plane for the Air "Self-Defense Force".
Such daily-escalating military move is nothing but a reckless act of those bent on overseas expansion.
Japan's moves for the revival of militarism have reached extremes since the emergence of the Abe government, focusing on military advance overseas with a revanchist ambition after its defeat in the Second World War.
The Japanese reactionaries' such ambition and practical moves are not limited to Asia or Africa but aimed at the whole world.
It is natural that the Abe group's dangerous scheme for militarization is sparking strong opposition and rebuff of the international community.
Will the U.S., a senior ally of Japan, want the unlimited expansion of the latter capable of provoking the Second Pacific War?
In the final analysis, Japan's revival of militarism will only bring strong vigilance and backlash from the regional states and international isolation. -0-