calendar>>October 1. 2016 Juche 105
KCNA Commentary Hits out at U.S. Projected "Human Rights" Racket against DPRK
Pyongyang, October 1 (KCNA) -- The U.S., the world's worst human rights abuser, is getting desperate in the anti-DPRK "human rights" racket.

Recently, the U.S. Department of State reportedly announced its plan to organize a "prize contest" for "gathering information about north Korea's human rights issue, clarifying accountability for it and having access to it" and allocate millions of U.S. dollars for implementing it.

The plan is filthy in its contents as it includes "production of anti-north Korea radio broadcasting programs and other propaganda materials," "gathering of information about human rights abuses and publication of reports on them" and "facilitation of participation of defectors from the north in human rights activities. " Those who are likely to participate in the contest are all hues of riff-raffs and human scum.

This poor "human rights" farce to be orchestrated by tricksters of the U.S. feeling at the end of their tether in their fabrication of non-existent "human rights issue" in the DPRK is little short of "trying to get something in the dunghill."

It is, at the same time, the last-ditch efforts of those stunned by the tremendous national power of the DPRK.

The DPRK bolstering up its nuclear deterrent in every way and ushering in the new Mallima era of great upsurge and prosperity under the uplifted banner of simultaneously developing the two fronts has pushed the U.S. anti-DPRK hostile policy characterized by unprecedented military pressure and sanctions to a total failure.

Thrown into an extreme crisis, the U.S. is getting ever more desperate in its efforts to internationalize and dramatize its anti-DPRK "human rights" racket like a drowning man trying to catch at a straw.

As seen above, the hideous and foolhardy conspiratorial moves of the U.S. imperialists to tarnish the image of the dignified DPRK at any cost by fabricating its non-existent "human rights" issue have gone beyond common sense.

However, the falsity and hypocrisy of the worn-out anti-DPRK "human rights" ruckus of the U.S. have already been brought to light in the eyes of the world public.

It is well illustrated by the fact that the falsity of conspiratorial farces orchestrated by the U.S. including the well-known case of false testimonies made by a "defector from the north" and the story about "abduction of an American student" and "human rights abuses against workers abroad" is being brought to light one after another.

It is quite natural that strong voices censuring the U.S. "human rights" racket and supporting the just cause of the Korean people are heard from the international arena, as evidenced by the 17th NAM Summit.

Wretched, indeed, is the plight of the U.S. that should get something from a garbage heap to prolong its bankrupt conspiratorial racket.

There is a saying that every sin is followed by punishment.

The U.S. had better mind its own business.

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