Pyongyang, December 1 (KCNA) -- Rodong Sinmun says in an article on Sunday that even though the Western politicians and media under their thumb idealize capitalism, advertising that it is a "typical example" of sustained development and prosperity whenever an opportunity presents itself, they can never cover up the social evils precipitating its ruin.
The article cites data to prove that the gap between the rich and the poor, unemployment, moral decay, etc. are the cancer of capitalism and its fate is destined to sink like a setting sun.
It goes on:
The gap between the rich and the poor, unemployment and moral decay are not a passing phase but the fatal one jolting the root of the capitalist system.
Capitalism has maintained its existence while pretending to be a "model" of economic growth and "modern civilization" but is now driven into a tight corner.
The phenomenon in which the rich get richer and the poor poorer, moral decay, social disintegration and public discontent get more serious and grow larger, driving capitalism into a crisis.
The Western world is making desperate efforts to check the collapse of capitalism but it can not stop capitalism going downhill with anything. -0-