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Doom of U.S. Is Inevitable: Rodong Sinmun

Pyongyang, January 30 (KCNA) — Shortly ago, the CBS of the U.S. conducted a poll on its nationals. Most of the respondents said that society was divided, ethnic and racial tensions mushroomed and they don’t trust the political system which enforces policies only for the good of the few.

This is the reality of the U.S., says Rodong Sinmun in a commentary Tuesday.
The daily-growing socio-economic inequalities in the U.S. are a realistic factor which quickens the national division, the commentary says, adding:
The U.S. is seen as a country with the worst socio-economic inequalities in the world, where the gap between the rich and the poor is increasing day by day and a large number of people live in poverty, whereas the privileged circles no more than one percent of the population have the majority of social wealth. As a result, the rich get richer and the poor poorer and class contradictions go from bad to worse. That’s because the government backed by monopolies enforces unfair economic policy for the sake of the few.
Not a few Americans are doing extreme actions with discontent with the unreasonable policies enforced by the authorities and social system which drive them into catastrophe.
Downhill is the inevitable fate of the U.S., the empire of evils.

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