North Korea: ‘The U.S. Is The World’s Worst Human Rights Abuser’

Scott Greer Contributor
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North Korea did not take too kindly to a United Nations report that singled out the secretive nation for flagrant human rights violations.

So the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea decided to one up the UN and issue their own human rights report on Wednesday that strongly criticized America for its alleged abuse of basic human rights.

This very important report follows weeks of the DPRK’s state media crying foul and pointing a finger back in the West’s direction. The report’s conclusion on America’s alleged human rights record is very blunt.

“The U.S. is the world’s worst human right abuser and tundra of a human being’s rights to existence,” the North Korean analysis concludes.

The report depicts America as a land rife with racism, greed, poverty, famine, and is just an otherwise unpleasant place to live. North Korea analyzed several issues affecting the United States and came to stunning conclusions.

On Trayvon Martin:”The U.S. true colors as a kingdom of racial discrimination was fully revealed by last year’s case that the Florida Court gave a verdict of not guilty to a white policeman who shot to death an innocent black boy.”

On poverty: “The number of impoverished people increased to 46.5 millions last year, and one sixth of the citizens and 20-odd percent of the children are in the grip of famine in New York City.”

On general human rights: “The U.S. is a living hell as elementary rights to existence are ruthlessly violated.”

On the Second Amendment: “Meanwhile, bills on easing arms control were adopted in various states of the country, boosting murderous crimes. As a result, the U.S. has witnessed an increasing number of gun-related crimes in all parts of the country and even its military bases this year. In this regard, the United Nations on April 10 put the U.S. on the top of the world list of homicide rates.”

On the wealthy and prisons: “A Russian TV said that in the U.S. the wealthy classes are now keen on the investment in providing private prisons for their high profit and so more people will be imprisoned.”

North Korea also published a white paper that documented South Korea’s list of abuses as well.

In other news, Western powers in Geneva called upon North Korea on Thursday to eliminate its political prison camp system and release the estimated 120,000 individuals who are imprisoned under it.

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