Wednesday, 2 April 2014

SOCIALIST KOREA's EXCELLENT REBUTTAL OF iMPERIALIST 'HUMAN RIGHTS' WAR STRATEGY, DEFENCE OF INDEPENDENCE AND SOCIALISM AND REJECTION OF 'COLOUR REVOLUTION' FOR ASIA

For just what the european imperialists did to Korea in 1951-'53, they have no right to talk about human rights, 
but should be stranding in the dock themselves for such violations

U.S. "Human Rights" Racket against DPRK's Sovereignty Is Doomed to Failure: KCNA Report

Pyongyang, March 26 (KCNA) -- The U.S. anti-DPRK smear campaign over the human rights issue has gone to an extreme phase that can be no longer overlooked.

In this regard, the Korean Central News Agency issued a report on Tuesday, which says:

The U.S.-led "Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in the DPRK" made public a "report on human rights in the DPRK" at the 25th Session of the UN Human Rights Council now under way in Geneva, which slandered the DPRK for no ground.

This "human rights racket" is little different from modern-style declaration of war as it represents a new mode of aggression the U.S. has employed in realizing its anti-DPRK policy.

Terming the U.S. call for "human rights protection" a new slogan for war at present, the report further says:

Peace and stability can be hardly found in any part of the world, due to the "Sept. 11 incident", "color revolution", "Arab spring" named "democracy revolution" in the Middle East and other challenges over human rights issue provoked by the imperialists from early in the new century.

At present "human rights" and "democracy" have become synonyms for the imperialists' global disturbance.

The U.S. gained much profit from the wars conducted in the 20th century. It is now again making fabulous profits by such wicked war acts as instigating insurgents, seized with lust for power, to tribal strife and rebellion in those countries and regions related to its interests.

Styling itself the "world's human rights judge", the U.S. has annually estimated the world human rights situation in an improper manner. The U.S., in its recent "report on human rights situation in the world", slandered nearly 200 countries and regions over the human rights performance as it pleased.

Advocating the theory of "priority to human rights", the U.S., kingpin of human rights abusers, has blatantly engaged itself in violating sovereignty of other countries and toppling their governments.

The "regime change" in other countries, aimed to set up pro-American governments, has been the keynote of the U.S. foreign policy over the past 100 years.

The U.S. expends one billion dollars every year in its moves to overthrow governments in other countries.
The imperialists' interference in other countries under the pretext of "human rights protection" reaches to all spheres of state policies and social life.

The spearhead of the U.S. "human rights" offensive is directed mainly to the DPRK. Regarding the nuclear and "human rights" issues as the two mainstays for its anti-DPRK policy, the U.S. is now making desperate efforts to "change" the socialist system of the DPRK under the pretext of "human rights situation".

Today the DPRK advances toward the final victory of the Juche revolution by dint of the great ideology, the invincible military strength and the might of single-minded unity, and its overall national power is remarkably rising.

Upset by this advance, the hostile forces are getting hell-bent on the human rights racket to overthrow the socialist system of the DPRK invariably going along the road of independence against imperialism, destroy its history and traditions and grab its wealth of victory.

Among the scenarios for attack on the DPRK, worked out by the U.S. Defense Department, is OPLAN 5030 the keynote of which is to make a Northeast Asian version of "color revolution" through a psychological warfare. This scenario is aimed to shake the faith and will of the DPRK servicepersons and people by creating terror-ridden atmosphere and confusing ideology in the country.

After adopting it as its state policy to isolate and stifle the DPRK in the plea of "human right issue", the U.S. has taken every practical step for its implementation.

It cooked up "North Korean Human Rights Act", spending colossal state budget for its enforcement. Allegedly to improve "human rights records" in the DPRK, it has allocated tens of millions of dollars of the government budget to anti-DPRK organizations and individuals every year.

Calling for "free network" in the DPRK, the U.S. seeks to infuse the American-style political value concepts and ideals into its people.

So, it has persistently pulled up the DPRK over its strict control on such impure publications as pornography, in an intention to instigate alien elements. It went the lengths of claiming that the DPRK's strict step of removing the modern-type factionalists who seriously violated popular masses' human rights, construction of sports facilities and sport enthusiasm are contrary to the "human rights standard".

Recently the U.S. CIA gave an order to conduct offensive intelligence activities against the DPRK over the "human rights issue". There's no guarantee that the U.S., taking no account of international law, won't launch aggression on the DPRK anytime by invoking the "human rights act".

Sovereignty is what keeps a nation alive, the report stresses, adding:

The U.S. "human rights" offensive can never work on the DPRK whose people have experienced the fact that the human rights are insignificant if they are not guaranteed by the state power.

Stateless people are more miserable than a dog in a house of grief. This is the lesson of history the Korean people have drawn through 40-odd years of the Japanese imperialists' colonial rule over Korea and nearly 70 years of the territorial division and sanctions and blockade by foreign forces.

Witnessing the prevailing jungle law, the people in the DPRK came to keenly realize the truth that the human rights are just national sovereignty and this sovereignty is guaranteed by powerful deterrent.

Northeast Asia with the Korean Peninsula as the center is a region interwoven with the interests of big countries. If it were weak in national strength and thus its sovereignty had not been defended, the DPRK would have already been in the crisis worse than the "color revolution" or the Mideast situation and its people would have found themselves in a miserable fate of modern-type slaves in the 21st century.

The DPRK's socialism centered on the popular masses came to being in the course of its party and people's great struggle, and it exists and develops in keeping with the country's specific conditions and by the option and requirement of the working masses.

It is the true picture of human rights performance in the DPRK to give priority to the popular masses' interests, reliably guarantee them with the dictatorship for people's democracy and protect its citizens and their vital rights from aggression and interference by outsiders.

The DPRK's righteous human rights law shows no mercy with the sharpened sword of dictatorship to those who violate the working masses' rights, do all sorts of wrongs openly and covertly waiting for a chance for violence or commit violent crimes.

It is no more than a daydream to think that the political and economic system of the DPRK may be changed to suit the American standard.

The army and people of the DPRK have turned out in the struggle to reliably defend its sovereignty with their strong mental power and inexhaustible strength. The sovereignty of the DPRK, ensured by the great ideology, social system and people, can never be bartered.

The policy-makers of the U.S. should clearly see and know about the DPRK. They are advised to be mindful that any "human rights" challenge to the DPRK vigorously advancing toward rosy future is as good as a suicidal act of implanting a time-bomb in the heart of Washington.

The U.S. should judge the situation in a reasonable way and make a policy decision suited to the trend of the times. This will be a right option beneficial to itself at present.

Its hostile policy toward the DPRK can never be tolerated and it is doomed to failure in the long run.

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