The U.S., accustomed to picking on others, is very busy in its “human rights” racket against the DPRK even in the United Nations arena.
Recently, the U.S. representative to the United Nations (UN) appeared at a symposium and used abusive language picking on our country as a “human rights violator” which is involved in “international abduction and forced missing”.
Her thoughtless words of finding fault with the DPRK without any reason are only inciting our hatred against the U.S. as they are the sophistries which only betray only U.S. inveterate repugnancy and its unchanged hostile policy towards us.
On this occasion, I kindly advise the senior U.S. diplomat to think back about what kind of notorious abduction record her country has, before talking about others.
The U.S. is an immoral criminal state and a rogue state battened on endless aggression and plunder ever since its foundation.
American ancestors waged as many as 8,900 hunting wars to exterminate native Americans numbered by 10 million. They also abducted and trafficked 20 million black Africans and used them as slaves.
In 1861, when the American Civil War broke out, 500,000 inhabitants in Virginia – a quarter of 2 million of the state population - were black slaves. This is only part of showing the criminal nature of the U.S. which forced the fate of slavery upon countless black Africans.
After the civil war, the U.S. proclaimed that the white and the black have equal rights, but, in reality, the slaves were not emancipated and racial discrimination became more serious.
With the enforcement of the notorious “Jim Crow Law” by the white racists in the 80s of 19 th century, the previous black slavery in the U.S. had been turned into much more unequal and racist black segregation system.
The white racists abducted the Asian people, including the Koreans and the Chinese, in the name of “immigrants”, and forced the slave labor upon them to develop the waste land in the western part of the U.S. in the second half of the 19 th century.
It would be countless to mention about other sinful cases of abduction, ill-treatment and murder perpetrated by the white racists against other non-white people.
Nevertheless, the U.S. representative, an African American, didn’t mention a single word about the worst inhumane abduction crimes and acts of racial discrimination perpetrated by the white racists.
She may have forgotten about a legacy of hatred by her ancestors who were dragged to the foreign land of America as slaves and suffered all kinds of disgrace. She seems totally oblivious of the outcry of the second and the third of George Floyds who lose their life and are forced upon miserable life in the U.S. owing to the acts of extreme racial discrimination by the white racists.
American high-ranking politicians often talk about “human rights issue”. But their ulterior motive is to conceal their worst sinful crimes as well as their history of exploitation and extreme racial discrimination. It is also to establish a foothold for internal interference against other countries.
Japan committed inhumane crimes of forcibly drafting 8.4 million Korean young and middle-aged people to drive them to deadly working sites and battle fields. It also brought 200,000 Korean women to Japan as sexual slaves. But it still refuses to sincerely reflect on and apologize for such crimes. One devil knows another. It is quite ridiculous that the U.S. is behaving rashly without understanding the nature of abductions issue, just banding together with shameless Japan.
The U.S. should sincerely reflect on its aggressive history fattened on abduction and plunder against other nations. It should also learn how to make efforts to eradicate racial discrimination.
Doing so would be useful to improve its image tarnished as a “barren land of human rights” and to promote the sound development of international human rights work.
If the U.S. persists in “human rights” racket against the DPRK without listening to our advice, it would only bring upon itself undesirable consequences.