Pyongyang, June 11 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Central Committee of the General Federation of Trade Unions of Korea on Thursday made public a statement accusing the south Korean puppet group of kicking up a frantic anti-DPRK racket.
The south Korean puppet authorities let subsidized institutes and
anti-DPRK "human rights" bodies made up of riff-raffs spout a litany of
such invectives as painting those workers sent by the DPRK to different
countries for external economic cooperation as "ones engaged in slave
labor" and "subject to exploitation."
They, at the same time, brought the "human rights" issue of workers
of the DPRK overseas for discussion at the meeting with the U.S. and
Japanese delegates to the six-party talks held in Seoul late in May
though it had nothing to do with the nuclear issue and agreed to use the
matter as a "new subject for pressing the north." They are making
desperate efforts to achieve their sinister aim by instigating the U.S.
and other hostile forces and international bodies.
The statement branded the racket as an unpardonable challenge to
defame the dignity and image of the DPRK and intolerable insult to the
overseas workers devoting themselves to the building of a thriving
It is the height of shamelessness for Park Geun Hye, descendant of
the notorious "yusin" dictator, and her group to vociferate about the
human rights of the overseas workers of the DPRK, the statement noted,
and went on:
Their anti-DPRK "human rights" racket is nothing but the desperate
efforts of those who are much upset by the DPRK making a dynamic
advance, powerfully demonstrating its might before the whole world as a
matchless military power and nuclear power for self-defence.
All the workers of the DPRK will surely smash the sinister anti-DPRK
"human rights" racket of the south Korean puppet group, hordes of rare