Friday, 10 July 2015

Rodong Sinmun Terms U.S. Tundra of Human Rights

  Pyongyang, July 10 (KCNA) -- Shortly ago, a young white American made a shooting spree in a black church in Charleston, South Carolina State, leaving nine black persons including a father dead and several others wounded.
    Commenting on this, Rodong Sinmun Friday says this goes to prove that the U.S. is the worst veritable hell in the world where racial contradiction has reached the point of explosion, and tundra of human rights where misanthropy and indiscriminate killing only are rampant.
    The news analyst goes on:
    In the U.S. all racial crimes are prevalent and police kill defenseless people at random. However, the U.S. releases annual "report on human rights," shouting at other countries to improve human rights record.
    The U.S., the kingdom of man-killers, emerged on the land white aggressors massacred native Indians and grew rich at the cost of the blood and sweat African black slaves shed, threatened by whips and bayonets. Its looks remain unchanged.
    Great irony is that Obama, the first black president of the U.S., openly used the word "Negro", sparking off uproar.
    The U.S. would be well advised to be clearly aware of where it stands at present, not pulling up others over their "human rights issues".
    The U.S. is now called into question at the UN Human Rights Council.
    It is ridiculous for the U.S. to advise others though it is censured by all sides over human rights issue.
    It had better mind its own business. -0-

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