Friday, 28 March 2014


Rodong Sinmun Raps at Kerry's Anti-DPRK Remarks

Pyongyang, March 8 (KCNA) -- U.S. Secretary of State Kerry dared term the DPRK "a country of evils" at a recent press conference.

Rodong Sinmun Saturday observes in a commentary in this regard:

His invectives against the socialist system in the DPRK are no more than a manifestation of his uneasiness and frustration, prompted by the fact that any pressure does not work on the DPRK and it is winning victory after victory.

Before finding fault with others, Kerry had better think how the world people ridicule the U.S., tundra of human rights, which is perpetrating horrible genocide in different parts of the world in disregard of international law under the signboard of "freedom" and "democracy".

As far as the den of evils is concerned, the U.S. is the birthplace of evils.

The whole course covered by the U.S. is the continuity of wars for conquest leading to aggression, plunder, destruction and killing. The sovereignty of many countries was violated and their people shed blood due to the U.S. ceaseless state-sponsored terrorism, armed intervention and war of aggression.

It is none other than the U.S. which is bringing mankind the danger of a nuclear war and threatening the world by kicking up a new nuclear arms race, another Cold War, though it is talking about the "world without nuclear weapons" in the international arena.

The people of progressive countries aspiring after independence and peace are linking the U.S. with such disgusting names as empire of evils, the world's worst rouge state, harasser of peace and chieftain of war. The White House is a den of evils producing all evils in a serial way. This is the unanimous assessment of the international community.

The DPRK reminds Kerry of a saying: Dogs bark, caravan moves on.

U.S. Anti-DPRK "Human Rights" Offensive Is Bound to Go Bust: Rodong Sinmun

Pyongyang, March 27 (KCNA) -- The United States has purposefully fabricated "human rights issue" of the DPRK and made desperate efforts to hype and politicize it, but it can never work on the DPRK, says Rodong Sinmun Thursday in an article.

The article goes on:

The U.S. anti-DPRK "human rights" offensive is unprecedented in its persistence, viciousness and endurance.
It is the height of impudence that those who have no right to talk about human rights admonish others, styling themselves the "human rights champion".

In the U.S., the working people are subject to oppression and exploitation as victims of power and are treated as cheap labor, far from being respected as the master of the state and society.

The "freedom" trumpeted about by the U.S. ruling forces is the freedom of monopolists to exploit the people and the freedom of the toiling masses to get deprived of their rights to existence and labor.

The U.S. is severest in regional and racial contradiction and social inequality in the world of capitalism.
The ruling forces are talking about "welfare for all", but the results of a survey show that one century will not be enough for the lowest stratum of American society to catch up with the highest stratum.

The U.S. is the world's worst graveyard of human rights and freedom.

The U.S., which has become evermore desperate in its pressure, sanction and military blackmail policy toward the DPRK, took issue of the DPRK's "election issue", something unprecedented. This goes to clearly prove that its hostile policy toward the DPRK has entered a dangerous phase.

It is no more than a pipe dream for the U.S. to seek violating the sovereignty of the DPRK, its life and soul.
The U.S had better mind its own business, not talking such rubbish.

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