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Published On: Sun, Mar 2nd, 2014

John Kerry’s ‘evil place’ remarks draws North Korea response

Last week, US Secretary of State John Kerry said during an interview on MSNBC that North Korea is an “evil, evil place” in response to human rights violations outlined in a 400 page UN report released in mid-February.

Kim Jung Un North Korea donkeyhotey“North Korea is one of the most closed and cruel places on earth. There’s no question about it. There’s evil that is taking place there that all of us ought to be deeply and are deeply concerned about,” Kerry said.

“There is no question that the level of depravity, the level of human rights violations, they have conducted executions, using 122-millimeter aircraft guns to obliterate people and force people to watch these kinds of executions.

“This is an evil, evil place. And it requires enormous focus by the world in order to hold it accountable. And I think every aspect of any law that can be applied should be applied.”

This prompted a response from Pyongyang. “This is another vivid expression of the U.S.’ hostile policy toward the DPRK,” a spokesman for North Korea’s foreign ministry said, according to Pyongyang’s Korean Central News Agency.

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The spokesman continued saying Kerry’s remarks are “are no more than a manifestation of his frustration and outbursts let loose by the defeated as the DPRK is winning one victory after another despite the whole gamut of pressure upon it over the nuclear issue.”

“Before blaming others, Kerry had better ponder over what to say of the U.S., a tundra of human rights, as it commits horrible genocide in various parts of the world in disregard of international law under the signboard of ‘liberty’ and ‘democracy,'” the spokesman said.

 

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