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U.S. Accused of Disturbing Justice and Peace

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

   Pyongyang, November 28 (KCNA) -- The United States perpetrated such a rash act as vetoing the UNSC resolution condemning Israel's monstrous atrocities, thereby self-exposing that it is a vicious harasser of peace in the Mideast and the worst human rights abuser. Minju Joson Tuesday says this is a signed commentary. It goes on:
    The U.S. exercise of veto on the resolution indicates that it is not interested in the Mideast peace and its loud-mouthed "respect for human rights" is nothing but a fig leaf to cover its true colors.
    In the international arena the U.S. does not bother to brush aside whatever proposal neither in line with its interests nor to its liking in handling any international issues no matter how reasonable it is and how urgently the international community requires.
    The same can be said of its attitude toward the Kyoto Protocol.
    The majority of developed countries of the world agreed to the protocol and took practical measures to implement it but it is only the U.S. which opposed it and pulled out of it in the end.
    Its real intention is to meet its own interests, utterly indifferent to whether the environment of the earth is protected or not.
    UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, addressing the meeting of ministers of environment on preventing the global warming held in Nairobi of Kenya, urged the U.S. to return to the protocol and implement it but the U.S. reneged on it.
    The U.S. high-handed and arbitrary practices and arrogance have reached their height in the international arena as seen above.
    The reality goes to prove that force is the only means of countering the U.S. which behaves as it pleases, showing off its strength, just as a mad dog should be dealt with a stick.
    The U.S. had better to behave itself, facing up to the situation.

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