calendar>> April 1. 2014 Juche 103
Reckless Remarks of U.S. Ambassador to S. Korea Blasted
Pyongyang, April 1 (KCNA) -- Recently the U.S. ambassador to south Korea blustered "human rights records in North Korea are deplorable," revealing his hostility towards the DPRK.

The U.S. imperialist forces of aggression stamped out all freedom and rights of the south Korean people from the moment they landed in south Korea, turning it into a tundra of human rights.

In September 1945, the then commander of the U.S. troops in south Korea ordered to severely punish without mercy those offering resistance and disturbing orders and security and deprived the south Korean people of all political rights and brought disasters to them.

GIs human rights abuses have become evermore outrageous with the passage of time.

The rate of crimes committed by them in 2009 was 64.2 percent higher than that in 2008.

The Ministry of Justice of south Korea said that traffic accidents caused by GIs in 2011 were 165 cases but those rose to 166 in the first half of the year 2012.

319 high profile crimes were committed by them in Kyonggi Province from 2010 to August of 2012.

Rights of south Korean women are mercilessly trampled down by GIs wherever they go.

They brutally kill south Korean women or force them into sexual slavery. When counting the damage done by them according to the standard to be applied for getting reparation for the sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army, it stood at a total of more than hundreds of billions of U.S. dollars as of early in the 2000s.

The horrible threat posed by the U.S. troops to the life and right to existence of the people in the areas under their occupation amounts to human right abuses which should no longer be overlooked.

The oil which leaked from the U.S. forces base in Ryongsan of Seoul in 2001 has contaminated since then the land covering over 12,200 square meters. A survey of underground water around the areas said carcinogenic substance was over 1,300 times higher than the tolerance limit.

A survey of soil in the U.S. military base in Kunsan in North Jolla Province and areas around it revealed that the soil contaminated by oil was 26 times the tolerance limit. Toxic substance exceeding over 30 times the tolerance limit was discovered in the U.S. base in Waegwan in Chilgok County, North Kyongsang Province.

It is preposterous, indeed, for the U.S. to dare find fault with the DPRK, trumpeting about "defense of human rights" though it trained anti-human rights gangsters keen on murder, arson, destruction and plunder.

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