Pyongyang, March 2 (KCNA) -- The Nigerian National Committee for the Study of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism posted on its website on Feb. 15 an article titled "Obama, mind your own business!"
Demos have continued in the U.S. in protest against racial
discrimination since a white police officer's killing of a young black
man in Ferguson City, Missouri State in August last year, the article
This case hit hard the U.S. vociferous call for the "human rights" of other countries.
The black people in the U.S. have waged a strenuous struggle for
their human rights for a long period but they have not yet been freed
from the yoke of slavery.
What stunned the world was the attitude on the part of the U.S. judicial authorities.
The judicial authorities in Missouri State declared the slain young
black man guilty while declaring the murderer police officer not guilty.
Angered by this, citizens staged demonstrations in many cities,
including New York, Washington, Los Angels, Huston and Seattle.
President Obama branded those demos as crimes and insulted the demonstrators, saying that violence is unpardonable.
Great irony is that Obama is also a black man.
He who is proud of being the first black president in the history of America should not forget that he is also a black man.
In the American society today in which whites' killing of black
people is being committed openly, no one can vouch that Obama can be an
He would be well advised to deal with the serious human rights
issues in his country before pulling up other countries over their
He had better care for his own life, to begin with. -