Wednesday, May 25, 2005

US Imperialists Indicted As Worst Human Rights Abusers In World History

Once again, we see that the US imperialists' hypocritical bluster of their so called "North Korea Human Rights Act" is nothing but a shrill cry designed to cover-up their desperate war-moves to stifle the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and its Juche-based system freely chosen by the people single-mindedly united in undying loyalty for the Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il.

The just-released Amnesty International report on human rights indicting the US as the most atrocious vultures for crimes against humanity proves that the US imperialists are the worst human rights violators in world's history, as reported by the BBC :

Amnesty accuses US over 'torture'

Governments around the world betrayed their commitment to human rights in 2004, Amnesty International says.

In a 300-page annual report, the group accused the US government of damaging human rights with its attitude to torture and treatment of detainees.

This granted "a licence to others to commit abuse with impunity", the human rights advocates said.

The report also criticized the world as a whole for failing to act over crises, notably in Sudan's Darfur region.

Afghanistan [now under US imperialist colonial rule -ed.] was slipping into a "downward spiral of lawlessness and instability", it added.


In Iraq some of the violence could be blamed on armed groups [such groups did not exist under the benevolent regime of the rightful Iraqi Leader President Saddam Hussein, only to appear with the arrival of the US imperialist occupiers, leading to suspicions that they are in fact CIA death squads -ed.] but the report also blamed US-led coalition forces for "unlawful killings, torture and other violations".

"Torture and ill-treatment by US-led forces were widely reported," it added.

The report also highlighted the London-based organization's concerns about:

Slow progress in achieving the Millennium Development goals

Lack of a full independent investigation into abuses against detainees in US custody in Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay.


"When the most powerful country in the world thumbs its nose at the rule of law and human rights, it grants a license to others to commit abuse with impunity."

The administration was seeking "to dilute the absolute ban on torture", Ms Khan added.

The US government has not commented on the report so far.

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