Human rights are the sacred rights of social beings who desire to live and develop independently and creatively. Accordingly, those who embody genuine human rights are none other than the popular masses.
Every country should duly take its people’s interests as a starting point as well as a finish line of its human rights activities, and it should choose the road to promotion of human rights that suits its actual circumstances.
The United States and other Western forces, however, are undermining national unity and social stability of other countries, and seeking overthrow of their systems against anti-imperialist, independent countries under the signboard of “democracy” and “human rights.”
“Human rights” clamored by the U.S. and other Western countries are the privileges of the rich, which make anything possible with money. To these countries, ensuring the jobless the right to work and the people with no support and the children with no parents the rights to food and housing are not initially counted as human rights.
It has been reported that the number of homeless people amounts to 3.5 million, whereas there are as many as 18.5 million empty houses in the U.S.
This piece of fact that there are many empty houses yet cannot be provided to people is just enough to appreciate the actual situation of human rights in the U.S., which nevertheless behaves like “human rights defender”, “human rights judge.”
Over 100,000 persons annually immigrate to the U.S. from nearly 40 countries including India and Vietnam and the regions such as Africa and Central and South America. But they are subject to forced labor without protection of any labor law or regulation, becoming victims of poverty, racial discrimination and all other social evils.
It is absolutely preposterous that the U.S. is making nonsense about “human rights” situation in our country.
In our country, where people-first principle cuts across all the state policies, an office building of County Party Committee is turned into home of the people affected by sudden natural disasters, modern dwelling houses are built, by turning misfortune into fortune, to be all provided to the people, and orphans learn to their hearts’ contents and enjoy a happy life in a wonderfully built palace.
The increasingly desperate American attempts to orchestrate anti-DPRK “human rights” plots will only serve to magnify their futility and disclose the true color of the U.S. as hypocritical “human rights defender.”