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U.S. "Human Rights" Racket against DPRK and Tortures in Various Parts of World Slammed
Pyongyang, March 3 (KCNA) — The Korean Jurists Committee on Tuesday issued a white paper laying bare the shameless and vicious anti-DPRK racket kicked up by the U.S., the worst human rights abuser in the world, under the pretext of "defending human rights", and its tortures in different parts of the world and illegal sanctions.
The white paper dealt with the criminal purpose and injustice of the U.S. "human rights" racket against the DPRK.
The criminal purposes of the racket are to tarnish the image of the dignified DPRK, create an atmosphere of international pressure on it and, furthermore, invent a pretext for invading it and thus stamp out its ideology and bring down its social system.
The U.S., just as it internationalized the nuclear issue on the Korean peninsula, has sought to find a "legitimate pretext" for interfering in the internal affairs of the DPRK and bringing down its social system by pulling it up over its "human rights issue" in international arena.
It let its henchmen fake up false documents on the human rights performance in the DPRK and massively spread them. At the same time, it took to different countries human scum who deserted from the DPRK after committing indelible crimes and let them make false testimonies in a bid to mislead world public opinion.
On this basis the U.S. and its followers railroaded a "human rights resolution" against the DPRK through the 69th Session of the UN General Assembly, more openly revealing their sinister attempt to bring down its social system.
In July, 2004 the U.S. cooked up the "North Korean Human Rights Act" and set up even the "envoy for the human rights issue in north Korea" in the U.S. Department of State. It is busy with the "human rights" smear campaign against the DPRK, interference in its internal affairs, by squandering lots of money every year.
The injustice of the U.S. "human rights" racket against the DPRK is manifested in abusing the UN for encroaching upon the sovereignty of independent states, violating people's human rights and carrying out its strategy for dominating the world.
The U.S. is using the UN Human Rights Council whose mission and duty are to contribute to settling the human rights issue worldwide as a major lever for interfering in the internal affairs of the DPRK and bringing down its social system.
The U.S. staged the farce of making "human rights abuses" in the DPRK an established fact and putting international pressure on it, abusing the basic mission and duty of the UN General Assembly.
If the UN makes profound confusing of right and wrong and blindly follows the U.S., pressurized by its high-handed and arbitrary practices, justice and truth will be trampled down and the global peace and security and the noble ideal of mankind to enjoy genuine human rights will never come true.
The white paper brought to light the truth about the barbarous tortures practiced by the U.S. in different parts of the world.
The U.S. chose torture as its policy not only in its mainland but abroad and put prisoners to tortures not only by mediaeval methods but by all other methods and means to which modern scientific and technological means are applied.
Prisoners in the U.S. who account for 25 percent of the total number of prisoners in the world, are suffering serious pain and many people were killed mercilessly due to the barbarous tortures committed at the connivance of its government and under its patronage.
The U.S. harsh tortures are being more shamelessly practiced at its overseas secret prisons.
Inhuman and mediaeval tortures were perpetrated systematically and in a premeditated manner at the overseas secret prisons with the approval of the U.S. president and under the patronage of the U.S. government.
The south Korean KBS reported that the U.S. set up secret prisons in 9 countries including Afghanistan and Iraq and has operated them on a permanent basis. It has 47 torture facilities across the world and spent nearly 81 million U.S. dollars for developing cruel torture technology.
The mass killings committed by the U.S. against Koreans during the Korean war go to clearly prove that torture is the U.S. inveterate bad habit and disease.
According to data, UK and 20 other European countries offered secret prisons and interrogation bases to the CIA and allowed the passage of prisoners through their countries and their stay there, a proof of active cooperation with the U.S. in its human rights abuses.
The U.S. and those European countries involved in its tortures should stop pulling up other countries over their "human rights issues". They should apologize for their crimes before the world and be punished by law for them.
The white paper lashed out at the U.S. for slapping base political and economic sanctions against the DPRK and anti-imperialist independent countries in different parts of the world.
The U.S. banned credit loan and foreign aid to the DPRK and individuals' investment in it, froze real estate in the U.S. in case their heirs and bereaved family members are DPRK citizens and barred them from receiving even life insurance.
The U.S. is now slapping "new sanctions" against the DPRK through the presidential executive order by groundlessly linking the cyber attack on the Sony Pictures Entertainment of the U.S. with the DPRK.
By taking issue with the nuclear issue on the Korean peninsula and the DPRK's launch of satellite for peaceful purposes, the U.S. prodded the UN Security Council into escalating the "sanctions" against it and is working hard to turn them into "permanent international sanctions".
The U.S. harsh economic sanctions against sovereign states are being slapped not only against the DPRK but against other countries.
Typical of them are the anti-Cuban sanctions and blockade being imposed since the 1960s, sanctions against Iran enforced since late in the 1970s, economic sanctions against Sudan which started early in the 2000s and anti-Russian sanctions getting serious recently.
The U.S. is running the whole gamut of gimmicks to justify its human rights abuses under the mask of "human rights champion".
All the U.S. criminal scenarios to bring down the social system of the DPRK will go totally bankrupt in face of the latter's powerful army, the white paper said.
It called upon countries and nations loving justice and truth and aspiring after genuine human rights to join a dynamic trend of the times to expose and condemn the U.S. barbarous human rights abuses and check and frustrate them. -0-[이 게시물은 관리자님에 의해 2015-03-07 21:33:19 새 소식에서 복사 됨]
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