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U.S. Arbitrary and High-Handed Practices under Fire

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)

   Pyongyang, November 25 (KCNA) -- The U.S. imperialists' arbitrary and high-handed practices are very dangerous acts as they go against humankind's desire for independence and progress, peace and stability, says Rodong Sinmun Saturday in a signed article. The injustice of those practices of the U.S. imperialists finds its expression in that they turn the international relations into the unfair and unequal relations governed by the law of the jungle, the article notes, and goes on:
    The U.S. is apt to put political and economic pressure upon other countries and perpetrate high-handed military actions against them for the mere reason that they have different ideologies and social systems from it and they fail to meekly meet its demands.
    This is an outrageous breach of international law and a criminal act of blocking the development of the fair international relations. The U.S. authorities insist on their unacceptable American-style logic and arrogant conception that their will is precisely a law to govern the world and any country violating this law is liable to become a target of their military strike. If the above-said practices of the U.S. imperialists are overlooked any longer, the life style governed by the law of the jungle will prevail over the international community and justice and truth will be mercilessly trampled down and the world will turn into a lawless one.
    Their arbitrary and high-handed practices are criminal acts of seriously disturbing the peace and stability of the world. It was a typical example of those practices that the U.S. perpetrated brigandish aggression against Iraq defying the wishes and will of the UN and the international community. Any aggression against a sovereign state constitutes state terrorism and an infringement upon its sovereignty. The U.S. imperialists' "anti-terrorism war" is chiefly aimed at establishing an American-style order for dominating the world by force.
    The above-mentioned practices of the U.S. imperialists are criminal acts to block the independent development of all the countries and nations, the progress and prosperity of humankind. Only when the principle of non-interference in other's internal affairs is observed in the international relations can all the countries and nations choose ideologies and social systems according to their wishes to suit their specific conditions and exist with their own political life style and their own way of managing economy. The U.S. has openly interfered in other countries' internal affairs, advocating the unacceptable logic that there should be no ideologies and social systems that do not meet its will and interests.
    The U.S. is neither entitled to represent the international community nor capable of doing so. The U.S. imperialist's persistent arbitrary and high-handed practices in the international arena would precipitate their thorough international isolation.

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