|calendar>>February 1. 2013 Juch 102|
UNSC "Resolutions" against DPRK Unjust
|Pyongyang, February 1 (KCNA) -- On Jan. 22 the U.S.-dominated UNSC fabricated the "resolution on sanctions" calling for hostile steps against the DPRK over its satellite launch for peaceful purposes.
The "resolution on sanctions" against the DPRK, a wanton violation of its sovereignty, is an entirely unjust one as it sought to prevent the DPRK from bolstering up its national defence, block economic development and infringe upon the right to satellite launch for peaceful purposes.
This time the U.S. and its allies cited the UNSC "resolutions" 1718 and 1874 as a ground for taking issue with the DPRK's satellite launch.
Those anti-DPRK "resolutions" were products of the U.S.-led offensive for international pressure upon the DPRK to bring down the ideology and social system chosen by the Korean people and the DPRK has, therefore, never recognized them from the outset.
Those countries meekly obedient to the U.S. are allowed to conduct nuclear test and launch missiles, but those countries courting its displeasure should be deprived of any right to bolster up defence capability or use space for peaceful purposes. This is the jungle logic that runs through the "resolutions".
On October 14, 2006, the UNSC at the prodding of the U.S. fabricated the "resolution" 1718 on "sanctions" against the DPRK allegedly to cope with its development of nuclear, missiles, etc., asserting that the first nuclear test of the DPRK posed "threat to the international peace".
Scientists and technicians of the DPRK successfully launched satellite Kwangmyongsong 2 by their own efforts and their own technology and wisdom on April 5, 2009 despite persistent political and military pressure, threats and blockade of the imperialist allied forces.
The hostile forces, however, made public on April 14, 2009, a "presidential statement" of the UNSC, taking issue with the DPRK's satellite launch, hurting the dignity of the Korean people and blatantly violating the sovereignty of the DPRK. On June 12, they cooked up another anti-DPRK "resolution" 1874, finding fault with its second nuclear test conducted as part of self-defence steps.
It is nothing new that the UNSC played into the hands of the U.S. in enforcing a hostile policy towards the DPRK, pressurized by its highhanded and arbitrary practices.
It was due to the U.S. that at any meeting of the UN Security Council its members could not have sincere dialogue and negotiations to find a fair solution to issues but used to allow the fabrication of unjust "resolutions" calling for unilateral sanctions, pressure and blockade against the DPRK, pursuant to the scenario of the U.S. characterized by the application of double standards.
The U.S. claimed that tightened sanctions alone can solve the Korean issue. It has systematically used the UN as a means for internationalizing the hostile conception and policy that the DPRK should be banned from using nuclear energy and developing space because they can lead to the bolstering up of its military capability, threat to the U.S.
The recent racket for "sanctions" against the DPRK is part of above-said impudent scenario of the U.S.
The prevailing situation goes to prove that the principle of equal sovereignty clarified in the UN Charter remains only in name and justice should be protected by every nation's own efforts and it is necessary to cope with the U.S. hostile policy by force, not by word.
It also proves that the road of independence, Songun and socialism chosen by the DPRK is the just one.
Even though the UNSC comes out with any "presidential statement" and "resolution" or with something tougher than them, the DPRK will never tolerate them but vehemently denounce them if they violate the just sovereign rights of the DPRK even a bit.
The UNSC should make an apology for the crimes it committed by seriously violating the sovereignty of an independent state as a marionette of the U.S. and withdraw all its unjust "resolutions" against the DPRK.
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