Friday, November 28, 2014

Rallies of Agricultural Workers and Women's Union Members Denounce U.S. "Human Rights" Racket against DPRK
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Pyongyang, November 28 (KCNA) -- Rallies of officials and members of the Union of Agricultural Workers of Korea (UAWK) and those of the Democratic Women's Union of Korea (DWUK) were held on Friday to support the statement of the National Defence Commission (NDC) of the DPRK and to vow to mercilessly foil the heinous anti-DPRK "human rights" racket kicked up by the U.S. and its followers.

Present there were officials concerned, officials and members of the UAWK and the DWUK.

The rallies were held at the plaza of the Susan-ri House of Class Education in Kangso District and in front of the tombs of 400 mothers and 102 children at the Sinchon Museum.

The statement of the NDC of the DPRK was read out at the rallies.

The speakers said the U.S. is the worst human rights abuser as it is the most barren land of human rights as evidenced by the fact that a police was declared not guilty despite his daytime murder of a young black man and the people who rose up against the lawless dark land where racism is openly justified, are arrested and suppressed as "rioters". It is highly ridiculous for the U.S. to dare take issue with someone's "human rights" issue, they added.

They went on:

The group of beasts committed slaughter that would make even beasts blush with shame everywhere they went including Sinchon. Such a group is waging the heinous "human rights" racket against the DPRK, the height of shamelessness and an unbearable affront to the DPRK.

The facts prove that peace of the country and genuine human rights can not be guaranteed as long as the U.S. imperialists and their stooges are allowed to go on the rampage.

They underscored the need to bravely turn out in the final sacred war for defending the country, should the aggressors provoke the DPRK even a bit. 

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