World War 3: North Korea labels Japan a ‘STOOGE’ and launches threats of ‘bitter doom’

Monday, October 23, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea has labelled Japan a “stooge” and threatened the country with “bitter doom”, Kim Jong-un’s puppet news agency has announced.

By JOSEPH CAREY
Express.co.uk
Mon, Oct 23, 2017

Rodong Sinmun, the paper under control of the despot leader, has upped world tensions another palpable gear with its latest threats to Tokyo.

The publication said: “During recent talks with the foreign minister of Denmark, Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono let loose a string of rubbish that ‘it is important for the whole international community to step up pressure upon the DPRK so as to get it change its policy.’

“Earlier, he clung to the sleeves of diplomatic officials of the UK, Germany, China, Ukraine and other countries to stoke an atmosphere of pressure against the DPRK, clamouring about the necessity to put renewed pressure upon it.

“It is ridiculous for Japan, no more than a stooge, to trumpet about maximum pressure.

“Now the economic policy of the Japanese authorities has faced doom.”

The latest threats come as the world is seemingly on the verge of World War 3.

The rogue nation’s puppet news outlet then targeted Tokyo’s current military efforts for stoking further tension on the Korean peninsula.

Rodong Sinmun said: “The Japanese reactionaries are also seeking to realise their goal of militarisation and ambition for re-invasion by abusing the increasing tension on the Korean peninsula.

“They are endlessly conducting all sorts of war drills in waters close to the Korean peninsula together with the US.

“If Japan, a parasite living under the wing of the US, dares keep on rash acts to make a showdown with the DPRK, the former will only face bitter doom.”

The latest threats from the isolationist kingdom come as Japanese leader Shinzo Abe is set for a thumping re-election victory after vowing to take a tough stance on North Korea.

Mr Abe called the citizens to the ballot last month, saying he needed a new mandate to tackle a “national crisis” from North Korea’s nuclear threats.

He has backed Donald Trump’s tough stance towards Pyongyang that all options, including military action, are on the table.

Donald Trump will meet with the re-elected leader on November 5 during his tour of Asia.

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