KCNA Refutes U.S. Talk about "Freedom" and "Democracy"
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, November 21 (KCNA) -- The U.S. chief executive in a recent lecture in Kyoto told rubbish about the Asian version of the "theory of spread of American-style liberal democracy". He slandered the DPRK again by classifying Asian countries and regions into democratic countries, countries in the process of heading for freedom and totalitarian states by American standards.
He let loose invectives, terming the DPRK a dark country, touring the U.S. air force base in Osan, south Korea.
We do not feel it necessary to recall that the U.S. admonition for "freedom" and "democracy" is to invent pretexts for violating sovereignty of other countries and nations and establishing its unchallenged domination over the world.
What matters here is that the U.S. chief executive's oft-repeated talk about "freedom" and "democracy" is a revelation of its fascist hysteria. As universally known, the U.S. is the world's worst human rights abuser as it has cruelly trampled down upon other countries' freedom and democracy. The bloody "anti-terrorism war" which the U.S. declared as "a worldwide ideological war" and "war against ideology" is an example vividly proving the fascist tyranny of violating the freedom of thinking and people's right to existence.
Anyone advocating peace against war is branded as "betrayer" whether he or she is lawmaker or singer and the president personally has taken action to suppress the freedom of press. This whirlwind of bellicose "patriotism" is now cutting across the American society.
Against this backdrop, the "war-like president" stayed in power despite the people's mindset desiring justice and conscience. He took the lead in advocating state-sponsored terrorism under the signboard of "color revolution" and openly defended murderous torture in prisons reminiscent of the Oswiecim concentration camp. This is a true picture of the "democratic U.S." "Freedom" advocated by the U.S. is, in a nutshell, freedom to perpetrate aggression and war, murder and robbery.
History proves that the ringleaders of fascism that stood stern trials for their crimes against humanity advocated "freedom" and "democracy" more noisily than any others.
The U.S. chief executive is gravely mistaken if he thinks such poor farce can help him get rid of the dire predicament in which he is now finding himself after coming to power, as evidenced by the increasing death toll of U.S. forces in Iraq and the "Leakgate Incident".
This will only more glaringly reveal his true colors as a wicked man whom the world compares to fascist fanatic Hitler.
Explicitly speaking, the U.S. rulers' sinister scenario of "American style democratic revolution" now in the making behind the scene of the DPRK-U.S. dialogue heightens the vigilance of the DPRK.
The basic spirit of the joint statement adopted at the six-party talks which the U.S. committed itself to implement calls for mutual respect and peaceful co-existence.
The U.S. chief executive should clearly understand that his reckless remarks would entail adverse consequences in the process for denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula.
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