Pyongyang, August 28 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK gave the following answer to a question raised by KCNA Sunday as regards the U.S. renewed accusation against the DPRK over its "human rights" issue:
A spokesperson for the White House in a press conference on August
26 expressed "concern" over human rights situation in the DPRK while
releasing false information.
The mud-slinging made by the spokesperson against the DPRK is a
last-ditch effort aimed to cover up the failure in its hostile policy
toward the DPRK by resorting to the conspiratorial "human rights"
racket, taken aback by the DPRK's nuclear attack capability developing
at an extraordinarily rapid speed.
It is illogical and the height of American-way impudence for the
U.S., the world's worst human rights abuser and the biggest poser of
threat to the right to existence of the Korean people to express
"concern" about the human rights performance in the DPRK.
It is something ridiculous for those politicians in the U.S., tundra
of human rights where hideous human rights abuses are stunning the
world, to find fault with "human rights" issue in other country.
The more glaringly the U.S. reveals its sinister hostile attempt to
bring down the social system in the DPRK under the pretext of "human
rights" issue, the more proactively the DPRK will react to its campaign
by bolstering up the nuclear deterrence for self-defence in every way.