Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Rodong Sinmun Lays Bare Purpose of U.S. "Human Rights" Campaign against DPRK

 Pyongyang, October 28 (KCNA) -- Rodong Sinmun Tuesday in an article says that the aim sought by the U.S. in its campaign is to tarnish the image of the DPRK by internationalizing its non-existent "human rights" issue and, furthermore, bring down by force of arms the social system and ideology chosen by the Korean people themselves.
    The article goes on:
    It is the U.S. trite method to find fault with the "human rights issue" in the countries that incur its displeasure, pull up them over the issue and interfere in their internal affairs and topple their regimes.
    The U.S. used this method for tarnishing the image of the socialist countries and bringing them down.
    In recent years legitimate governments were toppled and replaced by pro-U.S., pro-West ones in some countries of Europe and Mideast owing to the U.S. "human rights" offensive.
    It is a major method of fighting wars of aggression employed by the U.S. that it makes much fuss about "human rights" performance in other countries by exaggerating and internationalizing it and hurls huge troops into operations against it under the pretext of "championing human rights" when an opportunity presents itself and overthrows the legitimate sovereign state overnight.
    The wars in Grenada, Panama, former Yugoslavia, etc. in the 80s and the 90s of the last century were fought without exception under the pretext of "championing the human rights". The same can be said of the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and some other countries in the Mideast in the new century.
    History teaches the lesson that the U.S. "human rights" offensive is always accompanied by military intervention for aggression.
    The U.S. anti-DPRK "human rights" campaign is not a temporary one but a long-standing strategy prompted by its inveterate hostility towards the DPRK.
    The army and people of the DPRK will never allow the U.S. "human rights" campaign. -0-

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