Monday, 27 March 2017

KCNA Commentary Reveals Sordid Nature of U.S. Policy toward DPRK

    Pyongyang, March 27 (KCNA) -- The U.S. again disclosed the sordid nature of its policy toward the DPRK.
    Shortly ago, the U.S. decided to contribute 200 000 to 550 000 U.S. dollars to NGOs supporting "defectors from the north" in Northeast Asia.
    This is a despicable farce of losers panic-stricken by the total bankruptcy of their hostile policy toward DPRK. They aim to tarnish the dignified image of the DPRK even by funding the burlesque of human scum.
    The U.S. is now restless in face of the shining reality in the DPRK stepping up the building of a socialist power at Mallima speed despite the U.S. unprecedented nuclear threat and blackmail and economic pressure.
    The U.S. which was working hard to make an excuse for its moves for stifling the DPRK through smear campaign over "nuclear threat from the north" has now gone desperate being thrown into confusion. It resorts to the "human rights" ruckus by use of the deserters.
    Its aim is to brand the Korean-style socialist system as an "inhumane system" and justify its hostile policy toward the DPRK.
    The anti-DPRK "human rights" bodies and a few deserters gathered in New York at the instruction of the U.S. administration on March 17 where they slandered the DPRK. This was a clear revelation of the U.S. intention to escalate the moves for stifling the DPRK even by using human scum.
    No matter how desperately the U.S. may work to undermine the ideology and social system in the DPRK by use of human scum, can it never tarnish the dignified image of the DPRK.
    A few years ago, Sin Tong Hyok called "man symbolic of defectors from the north" confessed that his anti-DPRK testimonies over the "human rights issue" were all concocted under the pressure of the U.S. This has brought to light the falsity of the U.S. "human rights" ruckus against the DPRK.
    What's noteworthy is that the U.S. disallows entry into its country of tens of thousands of refugees who fell victim to its "coloring revolution" and "war on terrorism", far from sympathizing with them and is keen on executing inhuman immigration policy. No matter how loudly it may trumpet about "human rights" while showing generosity to a handful of "defectors from the north", no country will be taken in by its rhetoric.
    The U.S. is the world's worst human rights abuser which has lost qualifications to talk about "human rights" as it is plagued by worst human rights performance in the country.
    Its "human rights" ruckus against the DPRK only reveals its dirty nature and wretched plight.
    It had better stop funding the useless and ridiculous farce, but use it for improving its human rights situation. -0

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