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U.S. "Human Rights" Ballad Will Never Work on DPRK: DPRK FM Spokesman

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

Pyongyang, April 23 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK issued the following statement on Tuesday:

Recently the U.S. released the '2012 report on human rights' in which it malignantly slandered the DPRK.

It is unbecoming for the U.S. to style itself a 'human rights judge' though it is the biggest human rights abuser that killed innocent people and caused untold disasters in all parts of the world through aggression and interference.

The U.S. stages the farce of evaluating the human rights performance in more than 190 countries of the world every year, which is aimed to invent a pretext for putting pressure on those countries disobedient to it and toppling them.

The U.S. works out the 'human rights report' with countries' obedience to its strategy for dominating the world as a criterion. So those countries aspiring after independence have become target of the U.S. accusations and attacks without exception.

The U.S. 'human rights report' is a tool for aggression and interference to overturn the social systems of anti-U.S. independent countries. Herein lie its reactionary nature and danger.

It is a trite method of the U.S. to charge with 'human rights abuses' those countries with which it is displeased and interfere in their internal affairs with persistent 'human rights' ballad and thus cultivate dishonest forces.

The U.S. employed this method when bringing down socialist system in the former Soviet Union and Eastern European countries during the Cold War and also when overturning different countries in the Mideast and North Africa recently.

Finding it difficult to topple down the DPRK by force of arms, the U.S. is now resorting to such a base method.

As a result, the U.S. 'human rights' ballad is nothing but a conspiratorial means to realize its hostile policy toward the DPRK to topple down its socialist system chosen by the Korean people.

Such ballad will never work on the Korean-style socialist society in which all the service personnel and people are single-mindedly united around the dear respected Marshal Kim Jong Un, a country which is possessed of modern nuclear deterrent for self-defence.

The more undisguisedly the U.S. escalates its hostile policy toward the DPRK aimed at bringing down its social system, the further the DPRK will bolster its nuclear deterrent to defend its social system and will thoroughly shatter the U.S. 'human rights' ballad its own way.



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