Saturday, March 21, 2009

"Lee Myung Bak Group's 'Human Rights' Racket against DPRK Flayed"

This keeps talking about a "human rights racket" as something one "kicks up." Then it becomes a "human rights ruckus." It's funny. There is a whole vocabulary of English words and phrases used for just about nothing else except Communist vituperation.
A spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea issued a statement on Friday denouncing the Lee Myung Bak group for more frantically kicking up a base "human rights" racket against the DPRK these days.

Citing facts to prove the ever-noisier anti-DPRK "human rights" racket kicked up by the Lee group of traitors, the statement branded it as a grave provocation to the DPRK and a treacherous act of driving the inter-Korean relations to such dangerous phase that a war may break out any moment.

It went on:

There can be no "human rights" issue in the DPRK in the light of the nature of its socialist system or its mission and aim as it is the most dignified socialist system centered on the popular masses which was chosen by the Korean people themselves and is being protected by them as their faith.

There is the human rights issue in south Korea where even the people's elementary right to existence, to say nothing of their political right, is being ruthlessly violated.

The Lee group dare not utter even a word about its U.S. master who is threatening the lives and security of south Koreans, lording it over south Korea. Nevertheless, the group is vociferating about the "human rights" issue in the north. This is, indeed, a shameless and ridiculous act.

The Lee group had better mind its own business before making much ado about nothing, while peddling the "human rights" issue of someone.

There can be neither dialogue nor the normalization of the inter-Korean relations as long as the Lee group kicks up the "human rights" ruckus against the DPRK.

The Lee group had better know that the above-said racket will get it nowhere and will only precipitate its destruction.

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