Wednesday, 1 April 2015

KCNA Commentary Discloses Extreme Misanthropy Prevailing in American Society

Pyongyang, April 1 (KCNA) -- In recent years the U.S. has committed ceaseless crimes against humanity such as throwing into prison innocent people without trials and torturing them under the pretext of "war on terrorism".
    The U.S. set up and operated secret prisons in nine countries including Afghanistan and Iraq and squandered 81 million U.S. dollars for setting up 47 torture facilities around the world and developing harsh torture techniques.
    The prison in the naval military base on Guantanamo bears witness to the modern-day concentration camp disclosing U.S. tortures.
    Hundreds of "terror suspects" now under detention there have been subject to harsh tortures and living-body tests and are forced to lead a life little short of life-time imprisonment without legal procedures and trials.
    A recent disclosure put it that a Saudi Arabian Briton has been imprisoned in the camp on Guantanamo for 13 years for no justifiable reason.
    He was arrested by false testimony in 2001 when he was conducting humanitarian aid activities in Afghanistan. He has served prison terms in the concentration camp since 2002 and a verdict of not guilty was delivered on him twice afterwards but he has not yet been freed.
    His lawyer disclosed that during his imprisonment he has been subject more than 300 times to such tortures as "depriving captives of sleep for a week", "standing for a long time in an ill-balanced position", "having his head immersed in ice-cold water" and "having his head beaten against the wall".
    Russian citizen Mingazov has also led a 10-year prison life without judgment there.
    The U.S. and the West have taken lives of great many people in many parts of the world for the mere reason that they have different race and religious belief.
    The Turkish newspaper Turkey on February 11 reported 153 anti-Islam attack cases have occurred for just a month in the U.S. and the West.
    According to CCIF headquartered in Paris, anti-Islamic attack cases numbered 764 in 2014, 10 percent increase over that in the previous year.
    Serious racial discriminations deeply rooted in the American society have found their manifestations in various fabrics of social life.
    The USA Today said the unemployment rate of the white was 9.5 percent while that of the black 34.5 percent in October 2009.
    Investigation data of the FBI on Nov. 23, 2009 put it that a total of 7 783 racist crimes were committed in 2008.
    On February 10 this year three young Muslims were shot to death on a university campus in North Carolina and on March 6 a defense-less black young man met a death by a while police in Wisconsin State.
    In Fergusson City the police and judicial authorities have taken unfair and racist steps against African Americans in traffic interception, use of state power and detention. Among those who had been intercepted by traffic police in the period from 2012 to 2014, the black held 85 percent twice as many as the white offenders.
    Mississippi already infamous for lots of cases of the black men being hung from trees became a spotlight again for another similar case recently.
    CNN on March 13, reporting the results of the opinion poll, said in May 2009 only 6 percent of respondents noted that racial conflicts deepened after Obama took office but the figure increased to 39 percent in February 2015.
    All facts prove that bitterness and hostility toward heretics, Muslims, in particular, prevail in the American society and all things Islamic have become target of persecution and suppression.
    Unending racial discriminations are an inevitable result of extreme misanthropy endemic to the U.S. -0-

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