Tuesday, 5 May 2015

KCNA Commentary Denounces U.S. Anti-DPRK "Human Rights" Racket

   Pyongyang, May 5 (KCNA) -- These days the U.S. is vociferating about its full-scale examination of the issue of slapping its independent "sanctions" against the DPRK over its "human rights abuses."
    Officials of the U.S. Administration openly say that the purpose of the "sanctions" is to internationally "isolate" the DPRK though they do not deal a big economic blow at it.
    This brings to light the ulterior aim sought by the U.S. in its anti-DPRK "human rights" racket.
    The U.S. "human rights" racket is aimed to tarnish the image of the DPRK and stir up atmosphere of international pressure upon it in a bid to bring down its ideology and social system.
    Therefore, the U.S. is now kicking up its "human rights" racket against the DPRK in an extremely reckless and violent manner after throwing off the signboard of "protection of human rights."
    The U.S. issued a "presidential executive order" to impose "new sanctions" upon important institutions, organizations and individuals of the DPRK at the beginning of the year by deliberately linking the hacking attack on the Sony Pictures Entertainment with the DPRK.
    Recently a spokesperson for the U.S. Department of State said that the "presidential executive order" gave "a fresh wide-ranging mandate for ratcheting up sanctions against north Korea", adding that on this basis it would examine "sanctions" against the DPRK over its "human rights abuses."
    The U.S. built framework of legal and institutional mechanisms to bar other countries and international organizations from having regular dealings with the DPRK and has played the role of "gendarme" monitoring them, escalating the "sanctions" against it.
    Several UN "resolutions on sanctions" against the DPRK adopted according to the U.S. scenario call for preventing the people in the DPRK from getting anything regarding human rights without limit to items subject to sanctions and their scope.
    To this end, the U.S. has so far let its servants cook up documents peppered with lies about human rights situation in the DPRK and widely peddled them. Meanwhile, it took to different countries human scum who fled the DPRK after committing indelible crimes there so that they made false testimonies in a bid to mislead world public opinion.
    It used those documents at the 69th session of the UN General Assembly, too. It wooed its followers into voting for the anti-DPRK "human rights resolution" at the session while pressurizing many countries to join them with economic aid and loan as bait. By doing so, Washington brought into bolder relief its hostile scenario to bring down the social system in the DPRK.
    The U.S. is disqualified to say anything about human rights as it is hit hard inside and outside for the disclosure of its serious human rights abuses almost every day. It is, therefore, nonsensical for it to talk about "human rights" and "isolation" of the DPRK.
    The U.S. can never succeed in its moves to break the single-minded unity of the DPRK, obstruct the building of a thriving nation and stamp out the vital rights of its people by escalating "sanctions" and blockade under the pretence of "human rights issue."
    It is a daydream for the U.S. to "isolate" the DPRK under the pretext of "human rights."
    Politicians of the U.S. would be well advised to cogitate about the hopeless "human rights" racket and stop it if they have perception even a bit.
    We cannot but warn the U.S. not to misjudge its rival. -0

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