Wednesday, 25 November 2015

KCNA Indicts U.S. for Its Hideous Human Rights Abuses

  Pyongyang, November 26 (KCNA) -- The Korean Central News Agency in its indictment Wednesday said that the worst refugee crisis is sweeping the world at present.
    Tens of thousands of refugees who lost their homes due to the bloody wars being fought by the U.S. pursuant to its policy of intervention and its scenario to topple the governments of other countries are wandering in quest of a means of living, feeling nostalgic for their dear native places.
    Their wretched plight fully lays bare the hypocritical nature of the U.S. and the West who are styling themselves "human rights champions" and their true colors as the mastermind of the refugee crisis.
    The world is in the grip of the worst refugee crisis since the Second World War, the indictment noted, and went on:
    Europe turned into mayhem due to the unheard-of influx of refugees.
    It is said that more than 502 000 refugees are on the way to Europe except for those who have immigrated to it since early this year.
    Many refugees drowned on their way to Europe aboard old smuggling boats after being cheated by brokers.
    Even those who succeeded in reaching Europe are more dead than alive.
    Newspapers and TVs show photos and videos dealing with human rights abuses such as policemen forcibly deporting refugees by trucks like boxes, throwing food on them the way they do to animals and kicking a man running with a child in his arms to fall down. All these maltreatments are sparking off great resentment and concern.
    This refugee crisis is an inevitable product of the U.S. hegemonic policy of intervention aimed to realize its ambition to dominate the world.
    The alarming increase of the number of refugees in the Mideast and North Africa is mainly attributable to the collapse of governments and serious social instability in the regions caused by foreign forces' persistent interference and subversive activities and sabotage.
    In the new century the U.S. has ignited many wars under the various pretexts in order to dominate the world, triggering off an unprecedented refugee crisis.
    The air raids being made by the U.S. and the West on Syria under the pretext of "war against terrorism" are producing an unprecedented number of refugees.
    The "color revolution" which the U.S. regards as another mainstay for world supremacy along with war is one of the main causes of refugee crisis.
    Harboring illusion about the U.S. and toeing its line lead to self-destruction, the indictment noted, and went on:
    This is clearly evidenced by what is happening in Europe flooded with refugees.
    The reality in the Mideast and North African countries and utter chaos in Europe teach the truth of history that any country gets subservient to the U.S. without distinct ism and stance may make the prospect and future of the nation gloomy and bring it a tragic fate.
    Many countries and international bodies are busy with diplomacy calling for the early settlement of the refugee crisis.
    But this crisis can hardly find its solution and the world can't be peaceful as long as the U.S., the root cause of all the misfortunes and calamities of humankind, exists.
    The best solution to the refugee crisis is to severely punish the U.S., the world's worst human right abuser and disturber of the world peace and stability, the indictment stressed. -0

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