An article disclosing the crimes committed by the US against humanity during the Korean war was recently posted on Washington Free Beacon, a US website. The article noted the US committed terrible evil doings against north Korea by dropping more bombs there than those it had dropped in all Pacific battle sites during the Second World War, destroying many cities, killing tens of thousands of innocent civilians and forcing them to suffer without shelter and from starvation.
This is just a tip of iceberg of the massacres and human rights abuses the US has committed in its mainland, human rights tundra, and other parts of the world for a long period. As disclosed, the US had committed horrible genocides against Koreans in various parts of the DPRK in less than two months since the outbreak of the Korean War.
In Sinchon County alone, they mercilessly killed by barbarous methods baffling human imagination more than 35 000 people or one fourth of the county's population. From the beginning of January to March in 1952 nine regiments of the US air force made a total of 804 sorties to spread germ-carrying insects and things and bombs over 169 areas in the northern half of Korea, an unprecedented germ warfare to exterminate the Korean nation. GIs have killed many innocent peoples of various countries under the pretext of "war on terrorism." More than 1 205 000 Iraqis lost their lives and a million were missing for five years since 2003 due to GIs' reckless military operations. Over 3 000 Afghans fell victims to the GIs' "war on terrorism" in 2011 alone. Due to the US drone attack under the pretext of "destroying bases of terrorists", many civilians lost their lives in various countries.
This notwithstanding, the US is styling itself a protector of "human rights" and a champion of "humanitarianism" while taking issue with others' "human rights performance." US Secretary of State Kerry reportedly urged the staff members of his Department recently to prevent information leakage after a series of top secrets were opened to public by media. Among the cases is the one that a high-ranking official of the Department of State in an "annual report" on flesh traffic diluted its contents in an effort to play down the records of a country's flesh traffic, which was opened to public by internet.
As seen above, all the "human rights reports" the US issues annually by inventing various pretexts to take issue with human rights performance of other countries are no more than sheer fabrications to interfere in the internal affairs of the countries and thus attain its ulterior purposes. It has become clearer this time that the "report of the Inquiry Commission" issued last year to take issue with the human rights performance in the DPRK was the one peppered with lies and fabrications.
No wonder, Kerry is troubled with the leakage of top secrets including the above-said fabrication of information about flesh traffic.
The US can never cover up its true colors as the worst human rights abuser in the world.