Tuesday, 14 October 2014

U.S. Has No Face to Call for "Human Rights": Minju Joson

Pyongyang, October 14 (KCNA) -- It was recently reported that a middle school student in a city of North Carolina State of America fired at his schoolmate after quarreling for a while, injuring him.
This gun-related violence clearly shows the corrupt U.S. society riddled with misanthropic idea, Minju Joson Tuesday says in a commentary.
Gun-related crimes have become an incurable cancer in the American society, the commentary notes, and goes on:
It is common practice in the U.S. that residents do not hesitate to commit murder and violence for their own interests.
U.S. President Obama said at a recent meeting of group of black lawmakers in Washington that many young Americans groundlessly become objects of violence owing to the racial distrust existing in the U.S. society.
Obama's open recognition of vices in the American society may be appreciated. But he is seriously mistaken in judging the cause.
In other countries, too, there are people of different races getting along together but such gun-related crimes can hardly be seen.
The root cause is the rotten U.S. politics and Yankee culture.
The American politicians are wizards of swindle and trickery as they paint their corrupt social system with "respect and defence of human rights".
The U.S. is well advised to mind its own business before speaking ill of others. -0-

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