Pyongyang, September 21 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the DPRK Measure Council for Human Rights in South Korea issued a statement on Monday denouncing the south Korean authorities for trying to railroad the "bill on human rights in the north" through the "National Assembly". The bill is fanning up the confrontation with the fellow countrymen in the north, the statement said.
It went on:
Philistines including the ruling and opposition parties of south
Korea are daring to slander the social system in the DPRK centered on
the popular masses. This is an intolerable provocation and an
unpardonable crime against the nation.
All rights of human beings are fully guaranteed by law in the DPRK.
South Korea is, indeed, the world's worst tundra of human rights and a veritable hell.
It is nothing but a wild dream for the people in south Korea to wish
for rights as independent human beings as its sovereignty was usurped
by the U.S.
It is the height of impudence and shamelessness for the worst human
rights abusers to work hard to railroad the above-said bill, lost to
shame, as they deserve stern punishment of history.
The above-said moves of the south Korean authorities are aimed to
cover up their serious human rights abuses, do harm to the fellow
countrymen in the north and incite the confrontation with it in a bid to
hold in check the south Korean people's anti-"government" actions.
The DPRK will regard the moves of the south Korean authorities as a declaration of a war and strongly react to them.
The anti-DPRK "human rights" racket of the worst human rights
abusers in south Korea is bound to meet a shameful fiasco, rebuffed and
censured by all Koreans and the international community. -0