Pyongyang, October 27 (KCNA) -- The U.S. human rights abuses are shocking the world.
As known, U.S. forces in Afghanistan bombed a hospital in Kunduz
Province on Oct. 3, killing dozens of children, patients and doctors,
wounding 37 and leaving 24 missing.
This is a human rights abuse that has to be investigated and brought to justice in the name of the world.
But far from repenting of its act of massacring innocent civilians
in disregard of international law, the U.S. is repeating senseless
remark that it was at the request of the Afghan forces.
This is an intolerable insult and a mockery of humankind indignant
at the shuddering crimes that pushed dozens to grievous deaths.
The recent barbarous bombing was an inevitable result of the hideous
policy of the U.S. which resorts to every possible means and method to
realize its ambition for world domination.
It was pursuant to this genocidal policy that it started wars in
Grenada, former Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya and in other
parts of the world and fostered civil wars, encroaching upon the right
to existence of a great number of people and reducing them to refugees.
In February 1991 the U.S. bombed an air-raid shelter in Al Amiriya,
Iraq, killing hundreds of civilians. In July 1988 it shot down an
airliner with a missile, killing hundreds of passengers aboard.
There are countless examples of the monstrous massacres committed by the U.S. in the world.
The U.S. is the world's worst human rights abuser and an enemy
common to humankind as it adopted it as its state policy to commit
systematic and deliberate human rights abuses.
Irony is that this worst human rights abuser in the world is styling
itself a "human rights judge", pointing accusing fingers at other
countries over their human rights issues.
The U.S. has neither justifications nor a face to talk about human
rights of others as it is beset with hideous human rights abuses that
are commonplace in the country.
The U.S. protects by law, namely article 2 of the modified
constitution, the possession of guns by individuals, the hotbed of
high-profile crimes, and any attempt to check or restrict it is
categorically rejected through Congress.
It is because the possession of guns and the continued free sale of them bring the U.S. no small profits.
The gun-related crimes are becoming an incurable malignant tumor in the U.S.
Even recently at a community university in Oregon State, the U.S., a shooting spree occurred, killing and wounding dozens.
In September a police man shot a black man to death.
As seen above, all human rights abuses taking place in the U.S. are a
product of the corrupt money-almighty doctrine and jungle law that
prevail in the society.
It is none other than the ruling quarters of the U.S. who are responsible for making society corrupt and ailing.
Denunciation and censure are not enough to put an end to the human rights abuses of the U.S.
This is possible only when the whole world dismembers the U.S. -0-