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Press Statement by Spokesman for Korea Association for Human Rights Studies
|Pyongyang, August 2 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Korea Association for Human Rights Studies Tuesday issued the following press statement:
It was reported that the U.S. Congress recently approved Julie Turner, named by Biden as an "envoy for the human rights issue in north Korea" of the Department of State.
Julie Turner, a woman of ambiguous origin and nationality, has gained notoriety for plotting anti-DPRK "human rights" schemes while spitting out coarse invectives against the DPRK in the past.
Her absurd remarks are nothing but grumbles of either a person ignorant of even the concept of human rights or a human rights abuser embodying the inveterate bad habit of the U.S. which revels in meddling in the internal affairs of a sovereign state and slandering it.
Now that such a person has dealt with "human rights issues" at the U.S. Department of State for 16 years, how many countries and nations have suffered mud-slinging from her.
The fact that such a wicked woman was appointed as an "envoy for the human rights issue" of the U.S. Department of State clearly shows how hostile the U.S. administration is toward the DPRK.
Turner, who had served as a junior official of the Department of State for more than ten years, is said to be looking forward to working as an "envoy for the human rights issue in north Korea" as early as possible. It seems that she regards the post of "envoy for the human rights issue" as a high government post.
Turner should know that she was chosen as a political housemaid and scapegoat for the "human rights" plots to pressure the DPRK, a poor policy set forth by the Biden administration driven into a scrape in the DPRK-U.S. nuclear confrontation.
Former U.S. administrations resorted to confrontation rackets against the DPRK, fingering the "human rights card", but, eventually, they could not but suffer greater defeat and disgrace. And it is the miserable end of "envoys for the human rights issue in north Korea" of the U.S. Department of State that would retire in dishonor without any achievements during their term.
Turner will horribly realize that her job of playing the main role in the U.S. administration's foolhardy "human rights" racket is one hundred times worse than a lifetime junior official of the Department of State.
Lamentation and regret over destruction always come too late.
The U.S. is now getting frantic in its "human rights" smear campaign while maximizing its military hostile acts against the DPRK. This reality once again teaches the DPRK to force, with more powerful and merciless counteraction than ever, the U.S. to pay a high price enough to be unforgettable.
A retaliatory action of justice is bound to follow a sinister move.
The U.S. should ponder all its words and deeds, mindful that the "human rights issue in north Korea" can backfire on it spawning severe security issues.
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