calendar>>June 25. 2012 Juch 101
U.S. Hit for Pulling Up DPRK over "Flesh Traffic"
Pyongyang, June 25 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the DPRK Foreign Ministry on Monday gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA accusing the U.S. of pulling up the DPRK over the issue of "flesh traffic":

The U.S. State Department recently released a "report on flesh traffic" in which it committed such a politically-motivated provocation as malignantly slandering the DPRK again on the basis of its oft-repeated lies and fabrications.

Such thing as "flesh traffic" does not exist in the man-centred society of the DPRK where everybody is equal and the people's true democratic rights and freedom and worthy life and dignity as independent human beings are legally guaranteed.

If flesh traffic is committed outside the territory of the DPRK, it is a product of political plots hatched by unsavory hostile forces of south Korea and Japan. Touring areas near the border of the DPRK, they disguise illegal border trespassers as "political exiles" or sell them off for a petty amount of money given by the U.S. according to the "North Korean Human Rights Act".

By nature, flesh traffic is an evil produced by capitalist society where the dignity and value of human beings are judged by money and man is sold and bought by money. It is well known to everybody that the U.S is the kingpin of flesh traffic in the world.

It is nonsensical for the U.S. to talk about others' "flesh traffic" though it is the world's worst human rights abuser as all irregularities and corruption including flesh traffic are rampant there.

It is mean to cover up one's fault by slandering others. It is the trite double standards and political intrigue of the U.S. to point an accusing finger at only those countries which do not meekly obey it.

For the U.S. to take issue with the DPRK over the issue of flesh traffic is a typical expression of its hostile policy toward the DPRK. This only proves that the U.S. remains unchanged in its hostile intention to isolate and stifle the independent socialist system chosen by the Korean people.

The anachronistic hostile policy the U.S. has persistently pursued toward the DPRK would only harden its resolution to retaliate against the policy. This would entail the consequences of bolstering up its nuclear deterrent for self-defence.

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