Tuesday, 1 December 2015

KCNA Commentary Discloses U.S. Nature as World's Worst Human Rights Abuser

Pyongyang, December 1 (KCNA) -- The U.S. keeps trumpeting about "protection of human rights" only to be jeered by the world people.
    It is because they are well aware of the inhuman nature of the U.S.
    The U.S. keeps using the "human rights issue" as means for interference in the internal affairs of other countries and for regime changes there and a lever for world domination next to the nuclear stick.
    A typical example is "Arab spring" that swept across North Africa and the Mideast region.
    The "Arab spring" is a "color revolution" which the U.S. engineered for the purpose of forcing other countries to accept American-style "democracy."
    This brigandish "human rights" racket threw Libya, Yemen and many other countries in North Africa and the Mideast into extreme political chaos and the evil cycle of terrorism.
    For the purpose of bringing Libya under its control, the U.S. has desperately conducted propaganda to create impression among Libyans that the U.S. is "genuine guardian of peace and human rights."
    It put pressure on Libya to accept American-style "democracy" and give up everything and supported the anti-government forces while slandering the country as "human rights abuser" and "authoritarian state."
    Finally in 2011 the U.S. carried out indiscriminate air raids by hurling its followers, reducing the country into debris.
    The U.S. "human rights" campaign which promised "flower garden of freedom and democracy" resulted in the bloody massacre, overturn of social system and the death of more than 20 000. That was not all.
    More than 5 000 big or small armed groups are now locked in fighting in Libya. Consequently, not a single day passes without bloody conflict and confrontation there.
    The same is the case with Yemen, a country called "paradise of Arab" from the olden times for its favorable natural and geographical environment and rich natural resources.
    Yemen was deprived of its sovereignty by the U.S. policy of escalating "war on terrorism" aimed at interference in the internal affair and has long been torn with discord and conflict among religious sects and political factions. Consequently, it turned into mayhem, swept by the wind of "Arab spring."
    The political stability of the country has been disturbed, throwing the country into extreme chaos, disorder and evil cycle of terrorism.
    This notwithstanding, the U.S. is mulling escalating brigandish political and military intervention worldwide under the pretext of "defending human rights" and "combating terrorism."
    The U.S. is the world's biggest human rights abuser and a rogue state keen on interfering in the internal affairs of other countries and bringing down their social systems even by besmirching the sacred word human rights.
    The U.S. is now working hard to make the DPRK a victim of its "human rights offensive". On Nov. 19 it cooked up "human rights resolution" against the DPRK even by abusing the UN arena.
    The U.S. "human rights" racket targeting the DPRK is a conspiratorial move to bring down the socialist system, the life and soul of the Korean people.
    It is a height of folly for the world's worst human rights abuser and the kingpin of human rights abuses to say this or that about the genuine human rights performance in the DPRK. It is more ridiculous for the U.S. to go reckless, unaware of who its rival is.
    We have our own style socialist system centered on the popular masses which is envied by the world people and the single-minded unity of the army and people and the nuclear deterrence for self-defence which reliably protects everything valuable.
    The U.S. despicable "human rights" farce being staged in different parts of the world will fail with the bankruptcy of its foolish anti- DPRK "human rights" racket as a momentum. -0-

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