Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
January 5, Juche 111 (2022)
A 15-year-old black student at a high school in North Carolina, United States, has recently shed light on the racial discrimination he has been subjected to at the school.
He said that while he came forward of his own free will to shed light on the racial discriminatory practices for the interests of many other black students who, out of fear, are keeping silent, he cannot be assured whether his action will be followed by any official measures against him.
According to his testimony, the white students are demanding that the black students collect up the cotton scattered across the floor or calling them in a racial contempt even before the teachers. Worse still, they are asking the blacks to go to the grave to be reborn as white men.
More appalling is that the school authorities and teachers would not take any measures though being fully aware of such racial practices rampant on the campus.
According to a report released in November 2021, one out of four students aged between 12 and 18 are reportedly experiencing all sorts of racial discrimination at their schools in the United States.
The U.S. likes to prattle on like a parrot about democracy at every possible opportunity, saying that an equal opportunity is the bedrock of American “democracy.” A light should be shed on the fact, though, that the ever-worsening racial discrimination showcased in the U.S. is indeed the true bedrock of American “democracy” being highly touted by itself.
The racial discrimination committed under the American “democracy” can be said to be incurable malignant tumor.