calendar>>May 6. 2014 Juche 103
Rodong Sinmun Condemns S. Korean Authorities' "Human Rights" Racket against DPRK
Pyongyang, May 6 (KCNA) -- The south Korean puppet authorities are now getting ever more reckless in anti-DPRK "human rights" racket. This is stoking distrust and confrontation between the north and the south and pushing the bedeviled inter-Korean relations to a more uncontrollable catastrophe, thereby rendering the situation on the Korean peninsula so tense that a war may break out any moment.

Rodong Sinmun Tuesday says this in an article.

The "human rights" racket kicked off by the south Korean authorities reveals their criminal intention to save the confrontation strategy from the danger of bankruptcy caused by the failure of their anti-DPRK nuclear row and step up their moves to stifle the DPRK in collusion with outside forces, the article says, and goes on:

The "human rights" racket and nuclear row against the DPRK can be called twin levers of the south Korean authorities for escalating confrontation with their fellow countrymen in the north. When their anti-DPRK nuclear row failed to work on the DPRK and proved futile, the group of traitors in south Korea is foolishly trying to realize their deep-rooted ambition for invading the north by ratcheting up the "human rights" racket.

Their "human rights" racket is nothing but a cynical ploy to cover up the miserable human rights situation caused by their unpopular rule and tide over the ruling crisis by diverting the people's attention elsewhere.

It is shameful, indeed, for the puppet regime to defame the most advantageous socialist system centered on the popular masses in the north after turning south Korea into a veritable hell and the worst tundra of human rights in the world.

The south Korean authorities would be well advised to mind their own business before talking about "human rights" in the north.

Their anti-DPRK "human rights" racket will only bring disgrace and miserable destruction to them.

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