Friday, June 10, 2005

US Imperialist And Human Rights Standards

The stupidity and perfidy of the US imperialists know no bounds. Even though they have been rightly castigated as the worst human rights violators in world history by progressives all over the world and even in the US, such as progressive politician Charles Rangel (Democrat) or progressive academic political dissident Dr. Peter K. Fallon, Ph.D., the US imperialists keep on trampling human rights and dignity with their so called "human rights" standards in a very hypocritical fashion, a fact of life that as not escaped the Korean Central News Agency citing the Rodong Sinmun :

U.S. Style Human Rights Standards under Fire

Pyongyang, June 9 (KCNA) -- The United States issues an "annual report on human rights" every year in which it lets loose all sorts of vituperation against the DPRK and many other countries over "human rights record." In this regard Rodong Sinmun Thursday says in a signed article:

The U.S. style human rights standards can never be generally accepted. These standards are so ridiculous that when the opponents to the regime in any country are allowed to conduct undisguised legal activities against their government and social system America considers that human rights are respected there. This, in essence, is aimed at overthrowing the system in the countries falling out of the U.S. favor and this, therefore, has nothing to do with genuine human rights. The concept on human rights based on the American view on value can never be acceptable to other countries.

These American standards can never be generally accepted because the United States has the poorest human rights record. The article cites concrete facts to prove that the U.S. is the world's worst abuser of human rights and a tundra of human rights.

Recalling that the Amnesty International put the United States on top of the list of the worst violators of the five major human rights in the world, the article goes on:

It is a mockery and a challenge to genuine human rights and democracy that the U.S. cited "human rights record" in various countries, shutting its eyes to this hard fact, and tried to impose the American model of human rights upon the world.

If the U.S. style human rights standards are generally accepted, the world will turn into a lawless and dark one without human rights.

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