Tuesday, 19 April 2016

DPRK Foreign Ministry Spokesman Blasts U.S. Annual "Human Rights Report"

 Pyongyang, April 15 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK gave the following answer to a question raised by KCNA Friday in connection with the fact that the U.S. slandered the DPRK in an annual "human rights report":
    On April 13 the U.S. State Department in the "2015 country human rights report" reeled off again a string of ungrounded calumnies against the DPRK's human rights performance.
    The "negation of the right to freedom", "operation of political prisoners camp", "self-willed execution", "flesh trafficking", "forced labor", etc. the "human rights report" claimed exist in the DPRK are a whopping lie.
    Every year the U.S. says this or that about human rights performance in other countries but the human rights abuser which should be taken to justice is none other than the U.S.
    The U.S. is the tundra of human rights where extreme racial discrimination and all kinds of crimes and world-shocking human rights abuses are rampant.
    The U.S. makes no scruple of committing extreme human rights abuses including massacre of innocent people while getting engrossed in aggression and interference in different parts of the world.
    The U.S. is a chief criminal that caused the "coloring revolution" in the Mid-east under the pretext of "defending human rights" that led to state subversion, civil conflicts and disastrous wars and the world's worst refugee incident.
    It is unbecoming for the U.S. to style itself "human rights judge" while trying to conceal its despicable true colors as a kingpin of human rights abuses.
    This time the U.S. talked rubbish about the human rights performance in 199 countries the world over but no one will lend an ear to such vicious remarks made by the U.S. which finds fault with others even though it has neither elementary qualifications nor justifications to talk about human rights performance.
    The U.S. should refrain from doing rubbish paperwork like "human rights report" but had better wipe its nose with the paper.
    The danger of the U.S. farce of publishing "human rights report" is that it is a means for aggression for bringing down social systems in other countries and realizing its hegemonic purpose through persistent intrigues.
    The U.S. persistent racket about "human rights" in the DPRK is a hideous hostile act aimed to tarnish the international image of the DPRK, undermine its society and realize at any cost the ambition for "subversion of its social system".
    Now that the U.S. resorts to the all-out pressure on the DPRK while taking issue with the "human rights" along with the military threats aimed at "regime change" and sanctions against the DPRK, it will take all necessary measures to cope with them to make the U.S. bitterly regret of its act. -0-

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