calendar>>April 27. 2014 Juche 103
US Is Not Entitled to Talk about Human Rights: Rodong Sinmun
Pyongyang, April 27 (KCNA) -- Of late, the present U.S. chief executive and high-ranking officials of the U.S. have vied with each other to float the story that the DPRK has serious "human rights issue," kicking off a hysteria by mobilizing those following them. They also talked rubbish that the world should try to settle the issue and that they would spare no support for the "human rights".

The U.S. aim is to justify its interference in others' internal affairs and armed invasion.

Rodong Sinmun Sunday says this in a commentary.

It goes on:

The U.S. is not entitled to talk about the human rights as it harshly abuses human rights through interference in others' internal affairs and wars of aggression in different parts of the world.

Looking back upon history, the U.S. human rights campaign has been used as a mean for interfering in others' internal affairs and bringing down their social systems, and as a prelude to wars of aggression.

It is a bitter lesson and truth of history that a catastrophe surely follows the U.S. human rights racket.

The U.S. "human rights" campaign is not a temporary tactic but a long-term strategy.

The main target of the U.S. human rights offensive is independent countries standing against imperialism and those trying to get rid of their stand of kowtowing to the U.S.

In particular, the U.S. "human rights" offensive against the DPRK is unprecedented in its stubbornness, viciousness and persistence.

The U.S. vicious "human rights" offensive reminds the DPRK of the truth of history that human rights precisely mean state sovereignty and without it there will be neither human rights nor the right to existence.

The state sovereignty is defended with powerful strength for self-defence, not with words. It is the only way of ensuring human rights to counter enemies with powerful strength.

The more the U.S. intensifies its moves to isolate and stifle the DPRK under the pretext of "human rights", the more the DPRK will increase the national capacity for self-defence to cope with it.

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