Friday, November 25, 2011

(North) Korean News: "U.S., Worst Rogue State in World"

"Misconducts rampant at schools"--not like in the DPRK:
Shortly ago, a 14-year-old student committed suicide in New York unable to endure long torment by rascals, sparking off public furor.

In the United States misdeeds are steadily and drastically increasing and they become diverse in style and form.

Especially, misconducts rampant at schools have become a serious trouble in the country.

In recent years, 77 percent of students throughout the country have undergone or are undergoing spiritual and physical torment by rascals, according to the survey of the U.S. Department of Justice.

160 000 students have reportedly refused to go to school for fear of violence.

It is universal in the U.S. that students go to school with guns. According to the recent survey, 100 000 students now bring guns to school with them. Thus, gun-related crimes are reported one after another from schools.

Meanwhile, gangsters have openly committed all sorts of crimes in the U.S., causing great social unrest and terror-ridden atmosphere.

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation on October 21 announced that there are about 33 000 groups of gangsters across the country at present.

The said figures and facts go to clearly prove that the U.S. is a hotbed of social evils.
Actually, we have the rascal problem relatively under control.

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