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The Korean Association for the Study of Human Rights posed an open question to the UN:

The Study of North Korean Human Rights Association sent an open questionnaire on Wednesday to the UN in view of the fact that the third Committee of the 71st UN General Assembly issued a “Resolution on Human Rights in North Korea” on November 15 ..

The US and some EU countries, as well as the Japanese reactionaries and others fabricated a “resolution on human rights in North Korea”; once again committing the unpardonable violation of the sovereignty of the DPRK and a serious act of state terrorism, which aims to destroy our social system, said in an open form.

US and THEIR vassal forces abusing UN harmful offend even the highest dignity of the DPRK, in which all the soldiers and the people see his whole life, destiny and future. This is a disgusting act of provocation that deserves a decisive and merciless punishment, said open profile

Association of the DPRK for the Study of Human Rights made the following open questionnaire, expressing a sense of humiliation over unreasonable UN behavior that took self-confident “solution” without a visit to the country.

Is the UN aware of the brilliant reality of the DPRK, in which the ordinary working masses enjoy genuine political right, which is the main criterion of human rights, as the host society?

Is the UN aware of the reality of North Korea, where the people’s interests are a priority, and all focused on improving people’s living standards, despite constant pressure and sanctions from the US and other hostile forces?

Is the UN aware of the reality of North Korea, which essentially ensures and provides genuine human rights, including the right to education, the right to receive free medical care and the right to work?

Does the UN know that daring to offend and defame the highest dignity of the DPRK is considered inexcusable, hateful provocation against its soldiers and the people, and that such behavior will cause for a merciless retribution and punishment?

Korea Association for the Study of Human Rights stressed that the UN should not shy away from responding to the open questionnaire.

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The UN has admitted that it played a role in the cholera outbreak in Haiti
Finally.
By Fiona MacDonald

The United Nations (UN) has finally acknowledged that it played a role in the cholera outbreak in Haiti that began nearly six years ago, and has killed thousands of people, and infected almost 800,000.

The Secretary General of the UN, Ban Ki-moon, admitted for the first time last week that the organisation was involved in starting the outbreak, and “needs to do much more” to fix the problem.

But a confidential internal report obtained by The New York Times took things one step further, concluding that the epidemic “would not have broken out but for the actions of the United Nations”.

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More than anything, it makes the United Nations look racist for not understanding Japanese culture, it makes them look ignorant for not having looked into the employment statistics relating to women in the creative arts field in Japan, and it makes them look sexist for trying to put women out of work.