U.S. 'Human Rights' Campaign against DPRK Can Never Work: Rodong Sinmun
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, November 7 (KCNA) -- The U.S. is working hard to turn the DPRK into former Yugoslavia, Libya and Iraq through the groundless 'human rights' racket.
Rodong Sinmun Friday in an article terms this a daydream.
The Korean people have regarded the struggle to smash the 'human rights' racket conducted by the U.S. and its followers as a war without gunfire to defend and glorify socialism, the cradle of genuine life, it says, adding:
Of course, the Korean people do not lead as an affluent life as other people do.
They, however, curse the society unfit for human habitation where the rich get ever richer and the poor ever poorer and the corrupt and ailing capitalist society such as the U.S. where high-handed and arbitrary practices are rampant under the reign of the jungle law and genuine human rights are wantonly violated.
If those who put unreasonable pressure and threat have the 'power' of their own style, the Korean people have also necessary force and it is incomparably stronger.
The U.S. should never forget the fact that the 'nuclear racket against the north' kicked up by it for more than two decades in a bid to stamp out the DPRK's right to existence compelled it to acquire the status of the best military power possessed of powerful nuclear deterrence and the latest strategic and tactical rockets.
The DPRK does not hide the fact that it will fully demonstrate its nuclear force and political and military deterrent in the decisive battle to bury the U.S. imperialists, the chieftain of aggression and worst human rights abuser.
Top-class servants in the U.S. administration will keenly realize the fact that their sinister 'human rights' racket will go bust in the sacred battle against the U.S. in which human beings beat beasts, justice prevails over injustice and truth over lies.
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