Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Correctly Charges U.S. As “World’s biggest human rights abuser:” Blog Comment

As already known, the U.S. worked out "North Korean Human Rights Act" in October of 2004 and decided to finance the anti-DPRK plot-breeding organizations from its government budget every year.
    As the U.S. is now under fire for being the world's biggest human rights abuser, its policy for stifling the DPRK is rejected in different parts of the world and its human rights rackets kicked up by undesirable plot-breeding organizations prove futile, it is now left with no option but to use such criminals as human scum for its smear campaign against the DPRK.
    This once again betrays the deplorable position of the U.S. and its brigandish ambition to stifle the DPRK come what may.
    The U.S. is sadly mistaken if it calculates that such mean smear campaign will help bring down Korean-style socialism whereby all the servicepersons and people are single-mindedly united.
    The U.S. had better stop such clumsy farce and the south Korean authorities should not permit the operation of such anti-national and anti-reunification broadcasting services in breach of the spirit of the June 15 joint declaration.
    The south Korean authorities should take a resolute measure to stop the broadcasting at once, pondering over the serious impact it will have on the inter-Korean relations.


How does a terrorist, rogue state, the United States, conduct itself with regard to North Korea? I believe the rhetoric on both sides should emphasise conflict resolution. The U.S. rhetoric while mild by historic standards is nevertheless pursuing highly destabilising actions against the Kim Jong-il government. I denounce any efforts at a blockade which is what the Bush administration is pursuing. The Russians who have a small border with North Korea and the Chinese which has a large one hardly need imperialist American naval forces patrolling the Sea of Japan and stationed outside the D.P.R.K. ports.

This is how to bring peace to Northeast Asia:

1) Withdrawal of all American forces from Japan and South Korea.

2) The providing of North Korea with several nuclear reactors under I.A.E.A. safeguards to provide electricity to the poor nation.

3) The U.S. signing a non-aggression treaty with the north under bilateral auspices.

4) The resumption of the "Sunshine" reunification policy of the South.

5) North Korea entering into the N.P.T. again and accepting I.A.E.A. safeguards.

6) A peace treaty between the major parties of the Korean War. The north, the south, U.S. and China. The DMZ at the 38th parallel needs to be demilitarised and open for all the Korean people.

7) A direct American apology for genocide in the Korean War at No Gun Ri and other areas where U.S. fascist forces directly and deliberately shot women and children refugees fleeing from a war zone.

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