It seems North Korea has been spending a lot of time monitoring American news channels.

After being singled out by a scathing United Nations report, which declared the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea to have committed human rights violations “without any parallel in the contemporary world,” North Korea decided it needed to make its own Human Rights report.

The report revealed an elementary understanding of hot topics in American news, and ultimately concluded, “[t]he U.S. is the world’s worst human right abuser and tundra of a human being’s rights to existence.”

Coming out of the nation whose leader (allegedly) recently executed an alleged counterrevolutionary conspirator by FLAMETHROWER, the North Korean human rights report was somehow deemed to be less than credible. Still, it is interesting to see a dictator use American events in an effort to bolster his credibility as a man of the people.

In traditional dictatorial fashion, the report was critical of the second amendment:

Meanwhile, bills on easing arms control were adopted in various states of the country, boosting murderous crimes. As a result, the U.S. has witnessed an increasing number of gun-related crimes in all parts of the country and even its military bases this year. In this regard, the United Nations on April 10 put the U.S. on the top of the world list of homicide rates.

(If only Piers Morgan still had a show, perhaps Kim Jung Un could have come on to talk about the need for stricter gun-control).

The report also showed a clearly nuanced understanding of the issue of racism. After all, I imagine North Korea is a close second to America when it comes to population diversity.

Under the citizenship act, racialism is getting more severe in the U.S. The gaps between the minorities and the whites are very wide in the exercise of such rights to work and elect.

It even commented on the Trayvon Martin case.

The U.S. true colors as a kingdom of racial discrimination was fully revealed by last year’s case that the Florida Court gave a verdict of not guilty to a white policeman who shot to death an innocent black boy.

And called out President Obama for not taking matters into his own hands when the jury ruled “not guilty.”

It is also the president who called for respect to the verdict of not guilty given to a white policeman’s racialism…

Working conditions in North Korea must be tops, because apparently they took issue with our unemployment rate.

At present, an average of 300,000 people a week are registered as unemployed, but any proper measure has not been taken.

(Okay, I’ll give them that critique. But is the pot perhaps calling the kettle black here?)

Finally, the report took issue with NSA surveillance scandal.

The U.S. government has monitored every movement of its citizens and foreigners, with many cameras and tapping devices and even drones involved, under the pretext of “national security”.

(Again, not necessarily the worst critique, though slightly hyperbolic, and a little more than slightly hypocritical)

I’m willing to make a deal with North Korea. We’ll work on our unemployment rate, if they’re willing to stop executing political opposition and their relatives.

Read the entire (not so in-depth) report here.

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