The United States is by far the biggest violator of human rights in all of human history and has no right to take issue with others internal affairs.
The true image of the “human rights” boasted by the United States is that of helpless Haitian refugees being abused and insulted by border officials.
While its flashing neon advertisements and privileged few present an image of wealth, below their feet are the forgotten members of society.
If the U.S. and its vassal are serious about ending the war they should end their hostile policy and brazenly aggressive rhetoric towards the DPRK.
Using a potential peace declaration as a smokescreen for its enormous military buildup, south Korea and the US continue its hostile policy.
Chief of External Information Section of Information Department of MFA Gives Answer to Question Raised by KCNA
The announcement of AUKUS once again confirms the pressing need for sovereign socialist nations to strengthen their defensive capabilities.
Dialogue and pressure are incompatible with one another, and the US should shut its mouth about denuclearlization until its drops its hostile policy.
Even after 20 years of barbaric US aggression, the empire suffered a humiliating defeat in Afghanistan, signaling a major crack in their global order.
Even while millions of its own citizens face a bitter winter houseless in a nation of vacant homes, the US still thinks itself a “human rights judge”.
The Cuban People Will Surely Emerge Victorious in Their Struggle to Firmly Uphold the Banner of Socialism
Upholding the slogan “Fatherland or death, we will win!”, the Cuban people are certain to smash the foreign interference and defend socialism.
Biden, a nuclear lunatic clinging to the Cold War/Space Race dogma of his youth a century ago, is making clear his intentions towards the Korean people.
The south Korean chief executive had the mad gall to proclaim anti-DPRK war games to be peaceful while labelling the north’s routine test as a provocation.
Blindly clinging to and currying favor with the U.S. imperialists, the Malaysian authorities have destroyed the entire foundation of bilateral relations with the DPRK.
The United States should recognize that the DPRK will respond tit for tat to the aggressive hostile policies being levied against the Korean people.
The critical failures in inter-Korean confidence building lies at the feet of the mad southern authorities bent on continuing serious hostile acts.
The continuous reckless confrontational moves of the conservative group of south Korea will invite greater trouble.
Press Statement by Kim Yo Jong, First Vice Department Director of Central Committee of Workers’ Party of Korea
Statement reiterates need for reciprocity in all dealings with the U.S. and hesitancy for summit talks by end of 2020 with Trump regime.
Statement reiterates Choe Son Hui’s statement declaring talks useless if there are no reciprocated measures by the US.
First Vice Minister Choe Sun Hui reiterates DPRK’s firm position that there is no need for more summits when the U.S. hostile policy remains totally unchanged.
Withdrawal of U.S. Hostile Policy towards DPRK – Indispensable Prerequisite for Peace and Stability on Korean Peninsula
Paper released by the Institute for Disarmament and Peace exposes the predatory nature of the United States towards Korea.
The wanton discrimination and slaughter of Black people in the United States lays bare the reactionary unpopular nature of its system.
George Floyd’s final words can be heard throughout the U.S. where righteous fury at the inhuman racist system has erupted.
70 years have passed, but the brutal crimes committed against the Korean people by the U.S. will never be covered up nor forgotten.
The south Korean authorities caved again to demands from their masters for more cash for the upkeep of occupying US forces.
Leader Kim Jong Il, just as his father, was a magnanimous statesman who would meet with friend or foe at an instant.