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US accused the DPRK and imposed new sanctions

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According to the US State Department, "the DPRK government continues to commit extrajudicial killings, kidnapping, illegal arrests and detentions, forced labor and torture. Many of these violations are committed in political camps, which, according to our calculations, can range from 80 thousands to 120 thousands of people, including children, family members of those who have been subjected to repression and censorship, "- said in a statement the State Department.




Based on the voiced data, it was concluded that there is a systematic and widespread violation of human rights in North Korea. In this regard, the United States added seven high-ranking officials of the DPRK to the sanctions list, including Minister of State Security Kim Il Nam, deputy minister of propaganda and deputy head of the party propaganda department, officials from the Ministry of Labor and the state plan. This step has expanded the already numerous sanctions against North Korea, imposed primarily because of the implementation of the DPRK nuclear program.
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  1. bouncyhunter
    bouncyhunter 12 January 2017 13: 49
    +10
    Exceptional continue to crap? This time for Eunu tea? Preheat a new feeding trough for yourself? Or a baboon spits on everything and everyone and decided to put on 3-D glasses and see ...
    1. cniza
      cniza 12 January 2017 14: 25
      +6
      These "democratizers" have already bothered everyone, let people live as they like and figure out what is good and what is bad.
      1. bouncyhunter
        bouncyhunter 12 January 2017 14: 28
        +12
        No, Victor, don’t go like that! The world gendarme does not need order! The more chaos in the world - the more attendants flow into their pocket. yes
        1. De laert
          De laert 12 January 2017 15: 50
          +4
          I watched a film about Korea, where political prisoners are kept in camps up to the 3rd generation, that is, children and grandchildren of "traitors". How "convenient to live" it is - I don't know .... the truth is, the methods are not American and their goals are different ...
          1. cast iron
            cast iron 12 January 2017 21: 17
            +2
            Well, yes, you watched an artistic fairy tale shot by the South Koreans with U.S. money about the DPRK and unconditionally believed in the crazy nonsense that was shown to you there)))) I recall that the Western media and movie makers made exactly the same crazy nonsense about the USSR.
      2. Blondy
        Blondy 12 January 2017 17: 58
        +1
        Well, go live.
        1. Uncle Murzik
          Uncle Murzik 13 January 2017 06: 35
          +1
          Read and look at Blondy and be very surprised! Factak without liberal prapogandy hi North Korea - myths and reality .: matveychev_oleg
          matveychev-oleg.livejournal.com ›2905384.html
          1. Blondy
            Blondy 13 January 2017 08: 57
            0
            Uncle, what can I read, I saw everything with my own eyes and from the Chinese side and with the South Korean and North Koreans, I spoke, both at the official level, and not very much. If it’s not politically correct - there your North Korean cockroaches started up, which you need to put pressure on - and it will become easier for everyone, including others, to live.
  2. Teberii
    Teberii 12 January 2017 13: 49
    +5
    Only the United States can openly abduct and judge people, not only at home, but around the world. And it will not allow anyone to challenge this right. (our citizens came under this press but everything is democratic).
    1. knn54
      knn54 12 January 2017 14: 46
      +3
      -Only the United States can openly abduct ...
      And Israel. And not only openly, and not only abduct ...
      -forcing to work.
      And what's that. crime???
    2. Blondy
      Blondy 12 January 2017 18: 01
      +2
      We will answer the Magnitsky list with the list of Booth.
  3. pts-m
    pts-m 12 January 2017 13: 53
    +5
    I don’t envy pendosia, they’re “terrorizing” her from all sides, even in the picture the representatives of the DPRK tell each other obscene jokes about pendos and laugh at them. Well, there’s no sympathy for the losing democrats.
  4. HAM
    HAM 12 January 2017 13: 57
    0
    And here the most terrible punishment is the ban on escaping into the "lamp of democracy", how the Yankees overestimate themselves.
    Apparently, these "poor fellows" also do not have a dollar reserve ...
    1. Zefr
      Zefr 12 January 2017 21: 10
      0
      And how can sanctions against the ban on escape affect? Really a runaway minister, and under the white handles and back to the DPRK? I do not believe. Then what is the meaning of the sanctions?
  5. RUSIVAN
    RUSIVAN 12 January 2017 14: 02
    +8
    The United States accused the DPRK of continuing political terror ....
    Well, who would teach morality to anyone ..., and so there are good words ..
  6. 34 region
    34 region 12 January 2017 14: 42
    +3
    Extrajudicial actions? If the United States is entered instead of the DPRK, then it will be so. Oh, how they like to create inhuman conditions under the pretenses of human rights and freedoms! What conditions in US-supported regimes we already know. Here the United States supports both free Afghanistan and Iraq. How is life there? Constant terrorist attacks and poverty is normal ?! Why aren't they worried about these people? The bandits supported by them! How do these wards of the United States with freedoms? How these moderates famously crack down on dissenters! And where is the US concern about this?
  7. Stinger
    Stinger 12 January 2017 14: 54
    +1
    Really sadism. There would be no way to transport everyone to Guantanamo, so there is no spread of rot at home without demand from the chief democrat of the planet!
  8. Comrade Glebov
    Comrade Glebov 12 January 2017 14: 56
    +2
    Mlyn, who would say ... I have the impression that they are looking in the mirror and for some reason they are calling their reflection to the DPRK. When will their brains finally come up?
  9. yuriy55
    yuriy55 12 January 2017 15: 33
    0
    While the dollar is perceived as a world currency, the country in which it is printed, in any matter the "printers" give carte blanche (unlimited powers granted by the principal to the trustee in carrying out a business transaction on behalf of the principal) ... But this country should simply be given a blanche put ... angry
  10. Zefr
    Zefr 12 January 2017 21: 03
    +1
    Again, the United States imposed something there. Why are they so timid?
  11. Barbulator
    Barbulator 12 January 2017 21: 06
    +2
    And I would rather like this article title:"The US blamed the DPRK and imposed." And with the sanctions, they are already fed up: all the time they just impose and impose, and there is simply no time left to do real things.
  12. razved
    razved 12 January 2017 21: 20
    +1
    Luminaries of democracy and human rights, damn it ...
  13. dedBoroded
    dedBoroded 12 January 2017 22: 01
    +1
    He imposed overseas sanctions, and imposed them on the Far East.
  14. Nemo35
    Nemo35 13 January 2017 05: 32
    +1
    Quote: cast iron
    Well, yes, you watched an artistic fairy tale shot by the South Koreans with US money about the DPRK and unconditionally believed in the crazy nonsense that was shown to you there))))

    Right Insidious liars. The North Korean people are happy that they live in a free, democratic, rich country and believe in their sun-shining leader, comrade Kim Jong-un!
    1. Uncle Murzik
      Uncle Murzik 13 January 2017 06: 36
      +1
      read and look and be very surprised! on the factase without liberal pragogandi hi North Korea-myths and reality .: matveychev_oleg
      matveychev-oleg.livejournal.com ›2905384.html
    2. cast iron
      cast iron 13 January 2017 21: 36
      0
      As I understand it in the United States, the American people were very happy in Ferguson and on Wall Street during the famous events? )))) You have some kind of childish wording. How many happy North Koreans told you about life in the DPRK?
      For some reason, the people of Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar do not flatter you, in which this very people prays for the local dictators-monarchs?
  15. Orel
    Orel 13 January 2017 11: 16
    +1
    The photo for the news is great! It is immediately clear that as soon as the owner laughed, then all the generals immediately did the same, even if not funny (strained, but squeeze out laughter)
  16. ispanec
    ispanec 13 January 2017 12: 10
    0
    The United States is primarily pursuing its own economic interests. They do not need a quarrel with China over the DPRK; sooner or later this state will fall apart.
    But, of course, it was the DPRK that should have been "democratized", not Libya or Iraq.
  17. den-protector
    den-protector 13 January 2017 20: 21
    0
    For some reason, Russia also supports the sanctions against the DPRK in unison. Apparently, we also do not need a "nuclear" North Korea, leading an independent foreign policy, but nuclear Israel, Pakistan and other hangers-on of the United States are quite acceptable.
  18. AGV Pagan
    AGV Pagan 13 January 2017 22: 59
    0
    Why me wink it seems that the leadership of the DPRK is "not to put" on all these American sanctions !!! wink