While not as entertaining (or scientifically groundbreaking) as the apparent announcement last month that North Korean archaeologists had discovered a unicorn lair, a statement from the Secretariat of the Committee for Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) published this week in response to a UN General Assembly resolution on human rights in the north, is remarkable in its Orwellian doublethink and depiction of a reality completely at odds to our own. We were always at war with Eurasia.
The Lee Myung Bak group of traitors came out as a co-sponsor of the “resolution on human rights in the north” peppered with groundless invectives and provocative sophism against the DPRK, while chiming in with the anti-DPRK forces’ “human rights” racket against it. This is an intolerable insult and another unpardonable politically-motivated provocation against the DPRK.
This act of treachery disclosed once again the group’s true colors as ignoramus and die-hard confrontation maniac.
The human rights issue exists in south Korea, a colony of the U.S. ill-famed for the unpopular fascist rule.
The people’s elementary political freedom and rights are harshly violated in south Korea.
South Korea is a dark land under fascism and a tundra of human rights.
It is ridiculous and shameless, indeed, for such fascist group to have come out as a “co-sponsor,” pulling up the north over its non-existent human rights issue.
The North’s “non-existent” human rights issues include torture, murder, and forced labour on a massive scale. There are an estimated 200,000 political prisoners in the DPRK, many of whom are the spouses or children of the original offender due to the regime’s use of collective punishment or “Sippenhaft“.
The human rights campaign kicked up by the group even in the international arena, not content with such ruckus inside south Korea, is aimed at tarnishing the dignified international image of the DPRK, justifying its despicable policy of confrontation with compatriots and creating hostile atmosphere towards it in a bid to realize international cooperation in the anti-DPRK campaign.
The “dignified international image of the DPRK” is that of an insane pariah state which still worships the bloated, mouldering corpses of deceased dictators Kim Il-Sung and Kim Jong-Il. It would be an international laughing stock were it not so terrifyingly willing to sacrifice its own people in conflict.
This will, however, bring to light its ugly nature as confrontation maniacs.
The group should look into south Korean society torn with distress due to its human rights abuses and acts of treachery before pulling up others and face judgment by history, the nation and people.
The DPRK will never pardon those talking about “human rights” and the like as part of the smear campaign against its dignified social system but sternly judge them.