Pyongyang, December 18 (KCNA) -- The spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) Thursday gave an answer to a question raised by KCNA as regards the fact that the south Korean puppet group has recently become all the more desperate in its anti-DPRK "human rights" racket while overlooking the disclosed hideous tortures carried out by the CIA.
The truth behind the heinous unethical tortures practiced by the notorious CIA against prisoners in its secret jails has been disclosed recently, stunning the world public.
However, only the Park Geun Hye group of south Korea is showing such servile attitude as keeping utter silence about the thrice-cursed human rights abuses while reading the face of its U.S. master.
What is more ridiculous is that the puppet group dares pull up compatriots, over its "human rights issue," forgetful of its position whereby it only has to dance to the tune of its U.S. master, bereft of its own sovereignty.
Its mad-cap anti-DPRK "human rights" conspiratorial racket is nothing but the last-ditch effort to stir up the atmosphere of international pressure upon the DPRK by falsifying the "human rights issue in the north" now that its efforts for making a "human rights resolution" against the DPRK an agenda item at the UN Security Council may go belly-up as the public opinions at home and abroad are becoming evermore critical of the hideous human rights abuses perpetrated by the U.S.
Lurking behind it is also its sly ulterior purpose to cover up the human rights abuses of the U.S., divert elsewhere the public mindset focused on the case of Jong Yun Hoe's interference in state affairs and thus tide over the ruling crisis.
If the puppet group is truly concerned about the human rights issue, it should not trumpet about the non-existent "human rights issue in the north" but take issue with the disclosed human rights abuses by the U.S. and mind its own business on the verge of ruin.
The puppet group has neither face nor qualification to talk about human rights as it has no sovereignty and turned south Korea into the world's worst human rights tundra. -0-