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DPRK Foreign Ministry Spokesman Accuses U.S. of Its Human Rights Abuses

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

Pyongyang, December 12 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the DPRK Foreign Ministry issued the following statement on Friday as regards the fact that the human rights abuses systematically committed by the U.S. were revealed again:

On December 9, the U.S. Congress made public some parts of the report that exposed inhuman acts of torture applied by the CIA against suspects of international terrorist groups.

Those inhumane, medieval tortures have been committed systematically, premeditatedly and extensively under the approval and protection of the U.S. president. This makes it obvious that the U.S. is the kingpin of human rights violation and tundra of human rights.

The revealed acts of torture by the CIA this time are nothing new nor is it in all. They are a piece of the innumerous crimes against humanity the U.S., a sample state of human rights violation, has committed all over the world in the past.

The whole world is shocked at such atrocious tortures, and international human rights organizations and groups and all the countries are unanimously condemning them.

The kingpin of such human rights violation is pointing its finger at other countries over their human rights records, and this is the height of hypocrisy.

If the UNSC is truly interested in the settlement of human rights issue, it should not discuss the fictitious 'human rights issue' of the DPRK framed up by a few human scum but, from the viewpoint of setting an example, put into question the century-old heinous human rights violations self-revealed in the U.S., a permanent member of the UNSC, and bring before the court those who are responsible for such acts.

The world will judge the impartiality of the UNSC through its attitude towards the DPRK's just stand on the protection and promotion of human rights and towards the serious human rights records in the U.S.

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