Friday, 18 November 2016

Researcher of DPRK Foreign Ministry Snipes at Anti-DPRK Invective by Official of U.S. Department of State

   Pyongyang, November 17 (KCNA) -- Jang Su Ung, researcher of the Institute for American Studies of the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK, issued the following commentary titled "Nonsense talked by those on deathbed" on Thursday:
    Robert King, "special envoy for human rights in north Korea" of the U.S. Department of State, recently sponsored together with the south Korean puppet regime the second meeting of the "consultative body for human rights in north Korea" and a seminar in Seoul, where he claimed that "the human rights issue in north Korea makes it hard to acknowledge the validity of its regime" and "in order to pressurize it, it is necessary to boost the flow of information such as broadcasting into it."
    What King uttered is just the last-ditch effort of the Obama group which failed in the political and military standoff with the DPRK.
    Riff-raffs of the U.S. and south Korea branded as human rights tundra gathered to clamor for "improvement of someone's human rights". This is a tragicomedy that makes the boiled head of a cow provoke a side-splitting laughter.
    It is just the U.S. where the society is seriously divided and the people live in uneasiness and horror amid the ever-festering conflict over racial discrimination and migrant crisis and large-scale demos taking place in New York, Los Angeles and many other cities even at this moment.
    What is extremely strange is that the U.S. has gone so imprudent as to hold a "human rights" confab in south Korea where the hatred of Park Geun Hye who is the worst human rights abuser equal to her master U.S. is running high among the public amid the candlelight actions involving millions of protesters.
    King often talks about the improvement of someone's "human rights" but this is no more than a petty trick to evade public criticism about his behavior of idling his time away under the weird mask of "special envoy for human rights in north Korea" and earn his daily bread.
    The U.S., failing to mind its own business, is crying out for putting "pressure" upon the DPRK and boosting "flow of information into it" in league with the south Korean regime on death-bed. This is no more than a poor farce of the Obama and Park Geun Hye groups whose ends are looming.
    No matter how desperately the U.S. works to paint a black picture of the "human rights" situation in the DPRK, they can never cover up the true situation of the DPRK where its people are enjoying the genuine human rights at the highest level as genuine masters of its society. -0-

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