Wednesday, 11 March 2015

KCNA Commentary Discloses Absurdity of U.S. "Human Rights" Racket against DPRK

   Pyongyang, March 11 (KCNA) -- "There are neither jobless people nor homeless ones in the DPRK where free compulsory education and free health care are in force. Question is why the West describes it as a 'criminal country.' It is because it has not abandoned its socialism. The U.S. seeks to bring down its socialist system and convert it into capitalism."
    This is a paragraph of an article recently carried by the Bulgarian paper Novo Rabotnichesko Delo.
    This can be viewed as a fair comment on the true human rights situation in the DPRK and on the sinister purpose sought by the U.S. and other Western countries to hurt and take issue with it.
    The anti-DPRK "human rights" racket being kicked up by the U.S. and its followers is no more than a deceptive farce abusing the name of human rights as it is a sinister act aimed to stifle the DPRK.
    The hostile forces seem to be displeased with the fact that the Korean people are guaranteed all rights that can be enjoyed only by a privileged few in their countries.
    In another word, they are desperately working to bring down the socialist system of the DPRK that can prove the nature of the capitalist society where the fundamentals of existence are decided by the jungle law only and monopoly plutocrats who account for just one percent of the population own most of wealth.
    Having such abnormal repugnancy and inveterate bad blood toward the socialist system, the hostile forces are leaving no means untried to distort the reality in the DPRK and slander it.
    They let all reactionary propaganda means work round the clock to slander the DPRK. Last year they ran the whole gamut of base acts to make sure that the anti-DPRK "human rights resolution" was railroaded through a UN session on the basis of what they called "testimonies."
    But their absurdity has been brought to light.
    A U.S. army officer who had once visited the DPRK as a member of the group for finding remains of GIs told a group of U.S. lawyers who was on a visit to the DPRK in the same period that he had been told when leaving Hawaii for the DPRK that it is a veritable hell on earth but while staying there, he could realize that it is good to live in and what he heard from Western media and his seniors were all sheer lies.
    As far as the above-said "testimonies" are concerned, they were all made by human scum who defected from the DPRK after committing crimes against it and its people. As Sin Tong Hyok who had taken the lead in making such "testimonies" confessed that he had made false testimonies, many countries are getting skeptical about the "human rights resolution" against the DPRK.
    As seen above, the "human rights" racket being kicked up by the U.S. and other Western countries is run through with fabrications, from A to Z.
    The anti-DPRK "human rights" racket of the U.S. and its followers to falsify truth even in the UN arena is, indeed, an unpardonable challenge and mockery of justice and human conscience.
    With no rhetoric can the U.S. justify its absurd anti-DPRK "human rights" racket.
    The DPRK will certainly settle accounts with the U.S. for the crimes it committed by distorting the former's human rights situation and encroaching upon its sovereignty. -0

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