KCNA Blasts U.S. Human Rights Racket against DPRK
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, April 8 (KCNA) -- The United States in its recent 2005-2006 record "Supporting Human Rights and Democracy" malignantly slandered the DPRK again. Its contents only increase the aversion to the charade of "human rights and democracy" as it is peppered with U.S. oft-repeated sheer lies.
The Bush bellicose group, a group of fascists in the 21st century, is not entitled to talk about human rights and democracy.
Is the U.S. not a typical barren land of human rights as it legalizes undisguised wiretapping and constant watch of residents and denies them elementary political rights and vital rights? The U.S., regarding aggression and war, exploitation and pillage as the principal means of its existence prompted by misanthropy, has set up prisons in Iraq, Guantanamo and various other parts of the world and practiced mediaeval torture methods only to stun the world. Is it not the worst human rights abuser in the world? It is the U.S. that has earned an ill-fame as a modern-type fascist state. Such being a hard fact, the U.S. is talking about "human rights performance" in sovereign states. This only provokes the world people's laughter. That is why the international community ridicules the U.S., urging it to mind its P's and Q's whenever it cries out for "human rights".
The Bush administration is pressurizing other countries to accept American-style "liberal democracy" rejected by the people in different parts of the world. This is a vicious challenge to genuine freedom and democracy as it is intended to remodel the world on the American pattern at any cost. This is nothing but a day dream unrealizable in the 21st century.
The Bush fascist group's hysteria of "human rights and democracy" is no more than a vivid expression of contemporary megalomania of the U.S. and its mental and moral frustration.
The evermore frantic anti-DPRK smear campaign of the U.S., the enemy of freedom and democracy, only reinforces its people's faith in Korean-style socialism centred on the masses and makes the single-minded unity of its army and people around the supreme headquarters stronger than ever before.
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