Monday, 2 November 2015

ASSPUK, JISGE and UK KFA reject remarks of UN "special rapporteur" for human rights situation in the DPRK

               London 2nd November Juche 104(2015)
The Association For the Study of Songun Politics UK(ASSPUK), the Juche Idea Study Group of England(JISGE) and the UK Korean Friendship Association(UK KFA) today issued a joint statement slamming the nonsensical outburst of the so called "UN "special rapporteur" for human rights situation in the DPRK":

We totally reject and condemn the remarks of the UN "special rapporteur" for human rights situation in the DPRK Darusman . Darusman has no place whatsoever to criticise the DPRK or make remarks about the human rights situation in the DPRK because Darusman was a supporter of the Indonesian fascist dictator Suharto and served for 15 years in its administration. The Suharto regime was widely known a human rights violator and came to power through a US backed coup in which 500,000 communists and leftists were murdered.   In the past Darusman had shielded "defectors from the north" and other riff-raffs with no clear identities in the UN arena only to be snubbed as the falsity of information presented by them as regards "human rights" in the DPRK was brought to light.
Now Darusman is raving about 'forced labour ' of DPRK citizens abroad . However as the  External Construction Guidance Bureau of the DPRK stated
 DPRK workers who are working abroad on the principle of voluntary job under legitimate contracts with relevant countries do labor under working and living conditions consistent with international law and domestic law.

This is yet another attempt by the US imperialists and their acolytes to smear and tarnish the reputation of the DPRK and stifle its socialist system under the pretext of 'human rights '. We support the call of the  DPRK External Construction Guidance Bureau for the dismissal of Darusman from the position of UN special rapporteur for human rights as he is clearly unsuitable and unqualified to perform such a role.


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