Minju Joson Blames S. Korean Regime’s “Human Rights” Campaign

Pyongyang, October 13 (KCNA) — Shortly ago, the south Korean puppet ministry of Unification made public the “2017 executive plan” pursuant to the “main plan for improving human rights in the north”.

Commenting on this, Minju Joson says it is an unpardonable act of confrontation with the DPRK as it is a blatant challenge to the dignified DPRK and mockery of its people.
The commentary goes on:
The “human rights issue” can never exist under the Korean-style socialist system where the popular masses are the masters of the state and society.
But, the south Korean puppet group is trumpeting about “human rights” in the north, and this is a revelation of the last-ditch effort of those frightened by the daily-increasing DPRK’s comprehensive military capability and strategic position.
The puppet group should mind its own business in south Korea which has turned into a colony of the U.S. and is ridiculed as the worst tundra of human rights, before finding fault with others
It is, indeed, the height of impudence for the puppet group to knock the door of dialogue as it is getting evermore boisterous in its “human rights” campaign for doing harm to the DPRK’s dignity and social system, not content with joining in the U.S. moves for a nuclear war and sanctions against it.
The south Korean puppet authorities should stop acting impudently, clearly mindful that if they continue doing harm to the DPRK’s social system based on the people-first principle, they will face a stern judgment.

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